CinemaWicked Little LettersA sweary black comedy set in a humdrum English town in the 1920s, Wicked Little Letters may look like a Miss Marple spin-off, but don't let the lush period setting fool you. Inspired by a real-life incident, Me Before You director Thea Sharrock lets the F, B and C bombs fly with abandon in this fabulous crime caper.
CinemaThe Taste of ThingsIt's easy to see why Tran Anh Hùng picked up the best director award at Cannes for The Taste of Things, a delicate love story between two middle-aged soulmates who have bonded over their love of fine foods and homemade cuisine.
CinemaMigrationBrought to the screen by the same creative team who gave us the likes of Despicable Me, Sing and The Secret Life of Pets, Migration immediately has a lot of expectation on its shoulders.
CinemaThe HoldoversDirector Alexander Payne knows how to do sincere, heart-warming drama and he certainly delivers this and more with his latest film.
CinemaBob Marley: One LoveBiopics of legendary musicians are nothing new but, instead of following the standard rags-to-riches format that usually results in a battle with addiction followed by a miraculous comeback, Bob Marley: One Love focuses instead on a pivotal year in Marley's life that saw him survive an assassination attempt while attempting to unify the Jamaican nation with his One Love Peace concert back in 1978.
WELL, 2023 turned out to be quite an eventful year at the multiplex, didn't it? It's the year we witnessed physicist J.R. Oppenheimer go toe-to-toe with America's favourite plastic, fantastic doll and, if nuclear holocaust and pre-screening pink martinis were not enough for you, we were also treated to another thrilling multi-dimensional web-slinging adventure, Into the Spider-Verse.
CinemaFerrariIT’S taken the best part of two decades to make it to the big screen and Ferrari has been a passion project for director Michael Mann.
CinemaAquaman and the Lost KingdomThere's been very little hype in the run-up to the release of The Lost Kingdom, sequel to 2018’s Aquaman. Could it be the DC Extended Universe is finally losing its appeal with audiences?
CinemaPlease Don't Destroy: The Treasure of Foggy MountainIf you're familiar with the US comedy sketch series Saturday Night Live, then you'll no doubt know how big a deal it is for up-and-coming comedians to get a regular slot on the show.
CinemaNapoleonAn old-school Hollywood historical epic in every sense imaginable, Ridley Scott's thundering biopic of the infamous military leader is a cinematic feast, festooned with stunning visuals, intense battle scenes and a coolly aloof performance from the one and only Joaquin Phoenix.
CinemaSaltburnBoth visually and emotionally provocative, Saltburn is one of those movies that's more about the journey than the destination. An outlandishly playful and lurid swipe at the British class system, director Emerald Fennell takes quite a lot of delight in introducing us to a mix of quirky, privileged and oddball characters as they engage in a summer of excess at a stately home in the countryside.
CinemaDream ScenarioKnown for being a bit of a wildcard, Nicolas Cage is one of those actors you either adore or could do without.