Redesigned, energised and with a spring in his step, the Blue Blur dashes onto the silver screen to defy disaster in a solid, if somewhat shallow adaptation
Cinematic legends come together in a unique and inspirational documentary that proves, without doubt, that sound is 50% of the viewing experience
There's nothing offensive or particularly awful about Men in Black: International, but there's nothing to treasure either
WWE are back with their newest home video release The Miz - A-List Superstar
See Paige, the real life star behind Fighting with my Family, in some of her most iconic WWE bouts
In one of the most fascinating cinematic worlds, The Crimes of Grindelwald miserably fails at what the Harry Potter series was good at: character building over world building.
Irish comedy-drama omnibus Lost and Found from Liam O'Mochain
Crowhurst is the story of Donald Crowhurst, whose attempt to sail around the world in 1968 ended in disaster, guilt and deceit.
An adaptation of a decidedly sub-par novel is a decidedly pleasant surprise, as a master's touch elevates this VR adventure to unexpected and genuinely enjoyable heights
Steven S DeKnight's sequel to Guillermo del Toro's robo-blockbuster may be rusty in some ways compared to its predecessor – but it's still no less of an enjoyable, if basic, action romp