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This poetic Australian documentary takes its own astonishing, heartbreaking path through the global refugee crisis.
Alicia Vikander and James McAvoy play yearning lovers in a film about everything.
Naff French film by director Lorraine Levy avoids the caustic humour of earlier versions of Dr Knock.
In its sixth film in 22 years, the Mission: Impossible franchise cements its place as Hollywood's most reliable action franchise.
Denzel Washington makes his first sequel in this vigilante effort, but The Equalizer 2 only slightly improves on its predecessor.
A taut character study as well as a psychological thriller, this superbly acted film examines beasts and beauty on several levels.
An astonishing debut performance drives this expressionistic coming-of-age film, toying with life, art and everything in-between.
Dwayne Johnson takes on the world’s tallest building, a sky-high fire and generic villains in this derivative action effort.
Women and comedy and the working men's clubs of England's north: not so funny but unforgettable.
The dino franchise lumbers into derivative territory in a mash-up of prehistoric creatures, erupting volcanos and gothic houses.
This enjoyable jaunt through Han Solo’s origins charts expected territory, but the latest Star Wars side story still engages.
Might versus right set in a picturesque fishing village populated by gentle and the not so gentle – a small tale of human viciousness.
The wisecracking superhero is back, once again trying to pass off snarky, self-referential gags as substance.
Chronicling a powerful year in the band’s history, this documentary is at its best when it’s capturing their fans’ passion.
It might delve into parallel worlds, but this Australian sci-fi effort can’t find its own space or escape its generic nature.
Richard Linklater’s latest again explores the influence of the past on the present, but can’t always balance its varied tones.
Marvel's massive superhero mash-up proceeds with purpose and precision, and earns the 19-film investment of its audience.
Resilient Brits, a holidaying heroine and heightened emotions combine in this warm but undemanding romantic mystery.
17 years after the first comic cop effort, this stretched sequel proves a dire rehash.
This monster mash lurches through its cartoonish carnage, relying heavily upon Dwayne Johnson’s charms.
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