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James Wan throws everything at the wall.
It’s the best Solo movie of the year.
Nothing new or outstanding, but it’s a nice watch.
You will also come to know the name ‘Jihae’.
Words like “weird” or “eccentric” can’t do justice to it
When the film makes a narrative shift, its distinction is lost.
It lacks the knockout blow of Ryan Coogler’s first.
Little ones will love it. Kids over 8 may be less forgiving.
Plenty of blood-soaked, broken-limbed moments, impactful scares and gross-outs.
An incredible portrait of generosity and precarity.
He’s not that noble, he just stumbles into nobleness.
The excellent lead performance and brilliant details win out.
Aquaman is completely ludicrous – and all the better for it
You’ll count yourself lucky for seeing the nigh perfect Free Solo on the big screen
Second Act is at its best when it lets Jennifer Lopez do her thing
Mortal Engines is a beautiful, burly, bustling blockbuster
Robert Rodriguez’s 18 minute VR film The Limit is a wild and visceral ride
Remembering Geoff Murphy with one of his tallest Hollywood tales
Sorry to Bother You is an astonishing, surreal, shit-stirring satire
Despite its ambitions, Beautiful Boy is simply exhausting
Creed II packs a solid sequel punch but has a rather muddy moral
Interview: Bad boy of French cinema Gaspar Noe on making Climax and taking psychedelics
Spooky spirits and restless souls: 10 of the greatest horror anthologies
The rising popularity of spinoffs and why we should embrace it
First look review: Widows is an electrifying thriller about gender, race and survival
Is Bad Times at the El Royale the strangest Hollywood movie of the year?
Jamie Lee Curtis makes the new Halloween a standout horror