In a world of Toy Story and The LEGO Movie, why settle with being a Tom and Jerry?
There’s magic. There’s whimsy. There’s kung-fu fighting babies. This is one of the best Disney movies ever.
With some of the most exceptional performances, The Father is – to put it simply – impressive yet devastating.
Barb & Star is an absurd film, featuring talking crabs and violin-playing mice. And it’s just perfect.
If you can find a film with better performances, I’ll give you a tenner.
Is Locked Down a relationship drama? A heist movie? A romantic comedy? Or all three?!
You can only refer to Wonder Woman 1984 as one thing – a wonder, naturally.
Much like any Pixar film, you WILL cry at Soul, and it’s moral which is more important now, than ever.
Children will enjoy The Witches. If they can get past the terrifying Pennywise-esque nightmare scenes.
Without the heart, humour or magic, the live-action Mulan pales in comparison to the original.
I implore that you watch TENET now on a big screen, or regret it forever.
From Pirates of the Caribbean to Mortdecai, what are the best (and worst) of Johnny Depp’s films?