"Phillips' has astounded and stunned with this version of DC's iconic character, reinventing the Joker once more in perhaps the most twisted way yet."
"It's safe to say that this does the first film justice, and won't be spoiling your childhood memories anytime soon."
After nineteen long years, 20th Century Fox says farewell to the mutants by giving us a film about one of the strongest mutants in X-Men history - Dark Phoenix.
We've written a spoiler-free review of the very last movie in Marvel's Cinematic Universe's third phase.
The Ryan Reynolds-voiced Pikachu joins forces with 21-year-old Tim on a case to find a missing detective.
A sequel to the 2014 reboot has landed but is it a creature feature worth a trip to the cinema to see?
"It actually sets itself apart with some key style choices and extras like new songs, but it doesn't quite reach the heights of the 1992 original."
With the cinematic saga coming to an end, here's our spoiler-free assessment of the Russo's crowning achievement.
DC has already brought their most well-known superheroes to the silver screen, but all the same, it is Shazam who gives us new hope for the DC universe.
We're in for a trip back to the 90s as the final piece of the Marvel puzzle ahead of Endgame slips into place.
An unexpected reinterpretation of the great Disney classic.
Get Out was Jordan Peele's stunning debut, but how does the director do with his sophomore film.
An interactive story on Netflix is a pretty new concept, but Bandersnatch isn't exactly original.
Wreck-It Ralph is back in action, and this time he and Vanellope are heading online.
It's not a disaster, but it's by no means a hit.
Shane Black has a crack at the sci-fi favourite.
Dead in the water.
The latest movie in Disney's Star Wars Story series charts the origins of the most popular smuggler from A Galaxy Far, Far Away.
The penultimate chapter of this epic series is upon us.
An extraordinary love letter to video games and '80s and '90s pop culture in all of its forms.
Less camp; more camping.
The best sci-fi isn't just about future tech and spaceships.
Guillermo del Toro's latest film offers up love, Cold War drama, and an aquatic man.
Because board games are so 1995.
Just like the original series, there's very little here aside from eye-candy.