One for those after something more Cormac McCarthy than George Miller.
Chill, it's still a decent 'Star Wars' pic with plenty of good aspects.
Reign and Supergirl go head to head in what is probably the best fight in the entire series.
Repetitive elements and a disappointingly ambiguous ending aside, this low-budget pic is still gritty and rather entertaining.
A refreshingly honest and humorous portrayal of a man on a mission to create something beautiful.
Sombre in some moments and bursting with joy in others, this animated Japanese wartime film is a wonderful piece of storytelling.
It may tell its story in fairly familiar fashion, but Teller & Brolin deliver and that last-act gut punch still lands.
The first part of DC’s four-way crossover.
An admirable attempt at body horror/sci-fi cross-pollination, with a surprising reveal and an almost ethereal style.
A remarkable-looking film that leaps off the screen, but there is very little substance to deem it a triumph.
Takes an irresistible sci-fi notion, populates it with rich characters, and says a thing or two in the process. It’s absolute magic.
'Supergirl' gets a pretty eventful episode before the huge DCTV crossover hits our screens.
The sequel is more hit than miss, even if those misses are pretty hard to overlook.