Rupert Grint returns in this 60s-set caper which doesn’t quite get to where it wants to be, says new Features Editor Rehana Nurmahi.
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Culture Editor, Harrison, reviews Quentin Tarantino’s extremely divisive western.
For fans of fun and an old-fashioned romp through space, fans could do no better.
This wickedly-funny 80s sequel is a total treat for horror fans the world over, says Film Editor Ben Robins.
Spielberg’s latest is further proof of his immense filmmaking skill, says Jack Gracie.
Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin’s anti-biopic is excellent, says George Seabrook.
Jason Lei Howden’s debut is a wickedly funny treat, says Film Editor Ben.
The latest Bond offering isn’t quite as good as its Craig-era predecessors says Chris Meads.
Guillermo del Toro’s stab at gothic romance is a wonder to behold, says Head of Design Jack.
This invaluable box-set from the late French director is an essential for cinema fans, says James Slaymaker.
Ridley Scott’s latest sees a return to form says Culture Editor Harrison Abbott.
Paul Bettany’s directorial debut isn’t quite up to scratch, says Film Editor Ben.
Andrew Haigh’s low-key British drama is perfect in its simplicity says Matt Clarson.