Set in the year 33 we meet Mary of Magdala, or Mary Magdalene, struggling to find her purpose in life. She brings shame on her family by refusing an arranged marriage and by praying in a synagogue at a time of her choosing rather than the set time for women. Believing she is possessed by…
Lara Croft has been with us in video game format since 1996 and last hit the big screen in 2003’s The Cradle Of Life. Fifteen years on and we have a very Scandinavian reboot of the hit franchise with Norwegian Roar Uthaug on directing duty and Oscar winning Swede Alicia Vikander as the slightly more…
Following the death of her father (Sean Bean), Alice (Ruth Wilson) returns to the farm she was brought up on to claim her right to the tenancy. Her brother Joe (Mark Stanley) has been looking after the farm, along with their dad, and disputes her claim and wants the farm for himself.
Following the death of his father, Prince T’Challa, our Black Panther, takes his place as the King of Wakanda, a seemingly impoverished third world nation. What the rest of the world doesn’t know is that
I, Tonya is a dramatisation charting the rise of notorious figure skater, Tonya Harding, as she triple axels her way into becoming America’s sweetheart before her world comes crashing down around her and she finds herself America’s most hated woman virtually overnight.
After a string of critical flops, Geostorm, London Has Fallen and Gods of Egypt spring to mind, Gerard Butler returns with Den of Thieves in desperate need of a hit film.
Attempting to ease the problems brought about by the continuous growth of the world’s population, scientists invent Downsizing; a procedure that shrinks humans to about five inches in height.
Through a rather nifty opening montage we meet ex-cop Mike (Liam Neeson) and his family. The tedium of his daily commute is cleverly revealed to us, as well as his financial difficulties. Two mortgages and a son about to start college are all taking their toll and Mike desperately needs some luck. But, he gets…
The death of a young US Marine reunites three Vietnam Veterans as they embark upon a bittersweet road trip where their past deeds are confronted and their futures considered. Bryan Cranston, Laurence Fishburne and Steve Carell are our heroes
Based on the real-life events surrounding the publication of the Pentagon Papers, The Post brings together, for the first time, three Hollywood heavyweights; Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep under the direction of Steven Spielberg. With over 30 Oscar wins and nominations between them