Theatrical Reviews

An enjoyable but somewhat hit and miss film, with fine performances from Ewan McGregor and Eeyore.

More cringe than laugh out loud, The Festival is unlikely to be an event you’ll be returning to.

Great to see Denzel return to this role in a fun & frenzied follow up, but it lacks the original's intensity.

The Meg is just too serious, when a blood fest or wholly tongue-in-cheek approach might have been more fun.

An interesting and intelligent diplomatic drama, but it barely scratches the surface of the political issues.

Good fun and well worth a watch, but lacking originality, and pales to the other recent Marvel movies.

A raw, emotional and uncomfortable drama, with a spellbinding performance from Gemma Arterton.

Tense, thrilling and unrelenting with an emotion punch, the only problem is how can they top it next time?

Despite a familiar storyline, the fine turns & pure fun result in this sequel just about pulling it off.

A tense, claustrophobic thriller with a first rate cast and an interesting premise which just falters.

Beautifully shot, creepily tense, with some fine performances, Marrowbone is a satisfactory treat.

Powerful, tense & thought-provoking, with a truly spellbinding performance by Ethan Hawke.

Fun, funny and up there with the best of Pixar, Incredibles 2 is a joy to watch.

A fine cast and charming story cannot prevent this slow and ponderous movie from slowly sinking out of sight.

A fresh take on the Purge franchise, which entertains, but fails to follow through on its interesting ideas.

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