REVIEW: Tale of twinkly-wrinklies robbing a bank's nothing new but it has enough tricks to make it a sure-fire hit.
REVIEW: Handsome Devil is a charming and charismatic coming-of-age story that's part Dead Poets Society, part Sing Street.
The French horror is a smart, painfully black comedy about what happens when a young vegetarian begins to eat meat.
REVIEW: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 will keep you grinning but the storyline is nowhere near as good as the original.
REVIEW: Beyond the Known World's stylish, speedy pace leaves little time to explore the emotional side of a parent's worst nightmare.
REVIEW: It might not be for the faint-hearted or squeamish – but that doesn't mean Raw isn't one of the most visceral, vital and visually inventive films you're likely to see this year.
REVIEW: Denial is a gripping and fascinating insight into libel law and the Holocaust.
REVIEW: It's pretty hard to hate something as gloriously nutty as Furious 8.
REVIEW: This Smurfy animated-adventure boasts a tween-potent combination of brightly coloured visuals, toe-tapping tunes, empowered female protagonists and no shortage of sass.
REVIEW: Likeable characters, relevant issues and entertaining dance numbers combine to create a very enjoyable teen dance flick.
REVIEW: Why this Aussie tale is the best teen dance movie since Save the Last Dance.
REVIEW: After the last installment's relative restraint, this high-octane series is now back doing what it's always done best:
REVIEW: Rachel Weisz's latest is a compelling courtroom drama, peppered with some truly sublime performances.
REVIEW: In her latest film, Sia Trokenheim displays an impressive maturity and depth of performance.
REVIEW: Rom-com about screenwriters trying to build morale in wartime Britain is a delight.
REVIEW: The writing in The Lego Batman Movie sends everything else into lacklustre territory.
OPINION: Both movies have similar concepts, but Get Out is a better Ghost in the Shell than Ghost in the Shell is.
Graeme Tuckett gets animated about the Lego Batman and Smurfs: the Hidden Village for the school hols.
REVIEW: A picture to win the war and leave you enthralled.
REVIEW; The Boss Baby might just be the most fun for young and old at the movies these school holidays.
SPOILERS: Headlines said it sold just one ticket at the UK box office. Is Shia LaBeouf's new film that bad?
REVIEW: Kristen Stewart's latest an atmospheric thriller that evokes memories of the best of Lynch, Hitchcock, De Palma and Argento.
REVIEW: Chris McKay's freewheeling and anarchic Lego sequel will reward long-serving Bat-fans.
REVIEW: Why the CHIPS remake is more Dukes of Hazzard than 21 Jump St.
Inside jokes for Bat fans are abound in the frenetic Lego take on Batman.
REVIEW: Peyo's creations once again do the business like the all-singing, all-dancing, indigo-skinned, squeaky-voiced and defiantly surreal champions they are.
REVIEW: CHIPS won't just waste 100 minutes of your life, it will also destroy your affection for the original show.
SPOILERS: With only three episodes to go, you've think the pool of suspects would be a little shallower. You'd be wrong.
REVIEW: Ghost in the Shell delivers an engaging story, an intelligent script and universally fine performances from an eclectic cast.
REVIEW: Anarchic animated-adventure pays a true fans' homage to the best of the character, while sending up Batman's many ridiculous conceits.