A pretty good sequel, but Deadpool 2 ain’t even half as much fun as the first – forsaking its established character bent for something much more plot heavy.
Here for a good time, not a meaningful one. Life of the Party offers more than its share of laughs, but at the expense of having anything to say.
Slickly put together and well-acted, Anon doesn’t offer anything new to the sci-fi genre but playfully cannibalises ideas done better elsewhere.
A Sherlock comedy first and a Gnomeo and Juliet sequel second, Sherlock Gnomes is infinitely more fun as the former than it is being a follow-up.
Whilst not groundbreaking for the documentary genre, Skid Row Marathon delivers an emotionally enthralling story with slick delivery.
The captivating Charlie Plummer returns in Lean on Pete – a sterling coming-of-age drama that’ll run you through the emotional wringer with lasting impact.
Shallow Hal gets an inversion for a decidedly lacklustre effort from Amy Schumer, I Feel Pretty phones in a decent concept with nothing real to say.
Michael Pearce offers up a sterling and assured debut with Beast, elevated further by captivating leads in Jessie Buckley and Johnny Flynn.
After ten years, nineteen movies, a cavalcade of TV shows, and over $14 billion worldwide, Avengers: Infinity War is finally here.