Time travel is not always all fun and games. It's not always wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey shenanigans in an old police box, as Doctor Who would have you believe; nor is it...
Baywatch is worth a look if only for a good perv at all the beautiful boobs, bums and abs on show – and this big-screen update is actually a lot more fun on the small screen
Journey to the Center of the Earth is silly but fun with everything you'd want from a sci-fi blockbuster
My Life As a Courgette is an undeniable triumph of tenderness and joy which will stay with you for weeks on end
Dressed up in its shiny sci-fi/horror suit, Colossal is actually a very dark drama with a sly sense of humour
Sean Foley and Julian Barratt provide a zany, cheesy and yet commendably human comedy that stumbles here and here, but ultimately remains upright
A young psychic is pulled into a mysterious government scheme where nightmares meet reality and a threat to the world must be stopped
The Smurfs return in their first fully animated big-screen feature but can they entertain adults as well as little ones?
These are a must-have for any fan of Yakuza movies and fans of gangster epics in general. Their influence and style can not be understated
Julia Ducournau's unconventional horror film is certainly shocking – but underneath the meat and eroticism, there is a genuinely compelling take on the coming-of-age genre