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An audacious contemporary take on Frederico Garcia Lorca's Yerma, presented by National Theatre Live and Sharmill Films.
The slick spy franchise returns, tongue still in cheek, but with repeating its past success its main aim.
The third LEGO-based movie proves jam-packed with energy, and at its best when it's nodding to real-word play.
A Bond and Bourne wannabe that’s content with being generic.
Endeavouring to coast by on star power, this odd-couple action-comedy can only take bickering and shootouts so far.
A new film by Damien Power to put you right off camping in the bush.
National Theatre Live does justice to Edward Albee's classic. If only he'd been able to see it...
A rousing, affecting exploration of the consequences of coming of age while trying to overcome cultural prejudice and oppression.
The latest Apes effort proves the series is at its best when probing the moral complexities at its core.
Director Ivo van Hove returns to National Theatre Live with Obsession.
The epic becomes the intimate in Christopher Nolan's symphonic account of endurance and survival during the Dunkirk evacuation.
Stepping into the world of competitive poultry fanciers, this documentary couldn’t be more sincere and affectionate.
Everyone's favourite web-slinger returns, tackling potential superhero fatigue by thinking small, not big.
Tackling difficult subject matter, this confrontational drama offers an assured, commandingly acted powder keg of emotions.
A personal, illuminating portrait of a star struggling to reconcile living her dream existence and being herself.
A superhero origin story infused with the spirit of feminist adventure, and told with smarts, heart, and a different point-of-view
While striving improve and satirise its inspiration, this cheesy TV-to-film effort layers one kind silliness on top of another.
An impassioned exploration of capitalism versus community.
A gentle Irish comedy with a warm heart and something to say.
The documentary Bill Frisell: A Portrait is an intimate and insightful study of the acclaimed jazz musician and his music.
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