• Sophie Turner stars in a lousy film that spits on the memory of the X-Men; dispassionately performed, ineptly scripted and gratingly scored.

  • They’re insisting that this is the end, but it’s like Tony choosing pizza over cheeseburgers – we all know that’s never going to happen. The more movies they keep making, the more they’re going to dilute the impact of Endgame, But for fans who’ve been there from day one, it will be the satisfying conclusion they’ve been waiting for, and a love letter to the franchise they adore. The MCU, in this moment, has given us a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Cherish it. Hold it dear. Whatever it takes.

  • An unmitigated disaster, may it rot in hell….Director Neil Marshall and star David Harbour take over from Guillermo del Toro and Ron Perlman, only to deliver an utter catastrophe.

  • Oscar-winner Lupita Nyong’o delivers a stunning dual performance in Jordan Peele’s groundbreaking follow-up to Get Out.

  • As it stands, The Hidden World is a satisfying conclusion to the trilogy. It’s likely, however, that in times of need in the future, Dreamworks might reboot the series for an entirely new generation of fans, forcing us to confront the bittersweet nature of franchise filmmaking. Like Hiccup, we will be forced to make difficult decisions – about moving on, yet never forgetting the past.

  • Travis Knight saves the Transformers series from the scrapyard with a heartfelt new adventure, starring Hailee Steinfeld.

  • A magical Emily Blunt reinvents the Disney classic for a new generation.

  • Jason Momoa and Amber Heard star in the DCEU’s best film since Wonder Woman. James Wan just saved a series from drowning.

  • JK Rowling’s annoying streak of making irreparable changes to her Harry Potter series breaks all limits of decency.

  • Director Wes Anderson’s latest, despite featuring a talented voice cast that includes Bryan Cranston, Edward Norton and others doesn’t have his usual bite.

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