Antoine Fuqua’s enjoyable western is simple and unsophisticated, but rich in strong iconography.
The Enterprise crew are back, but with a lack of ambition and a forgettable villain, this is a disappointing sequel to JJ Abrams’ fantastic reboots.
George Clooney and Jack O’Connell lead this entertaining thriller with unfulfilled aspirations of changing America.
Roland Emmerich’s latest carnage-fest is abundant in thrilling silliness, but is almost too incoherent to function.
Eddie Redmayne is unforgettable as transgender pioneer Lili Elbe, but Tom Hooper’s painterly film lacks edge and originality.
Katniss and the gang say “adieu” in the narratively unnecessary but culturally essential final Hunger Games film.
A dull script and Ridley Scott’s typically mediocre direction don’t hinder this tremendously entertaining space adventure.
Marvel finally unveil their hugely troubled adventure, but does this “tiny” blockbuster stand out from the superhero crowd?
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