Review – ‘Aquaman’ goes straight in as a top-end DC film

Aquaman, directed by horror maestro James Wan, is a mad and unhinged superhero blockbuster, but it’s up there with the best of DC.

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DVD Review – ‘The Littlest Reindeer’ is a perfectly acceptable kids’ film for Christmas

Josh Hutcherson and Samantha Bee star in family-friendly Christmas film The Littlest Reindeer, which is out on DVD in the UK now.

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Review – ‘First Man’ is a sophisticated masterpiece about a human triumph

Damien Chazelle directs Ryan Gosling to a terrific take on Neil Armstrong and the journey to the moon in historical biopic First Man.

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Review – Chloë Grace Moretz finds a prime role in ‘The Miseducation of Cameron Post’

The insidious methods of gay conversion therapy camps provide the focus for The Miseducation of Cameron Post.

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Review – ‘The Spy Who Dumped Me’ misses the action-comedy balance

Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon are left all at sea in a movie that can’t make up its mind when it comes to being funny or hard-edged.

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Review – ‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout’ weaponises Tom Cruise’s madness

Tom Cruise has no fear, and that’s what Christopher McQuarrie uses to make Mission: Impossible – Fallout a wild action ride.

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Review – The subdued silliness of ‘Skyscraper’ suggests The Rock doesn’t know his own strength

Dwayne Johnson dangles from a burning skyscraper by his own prosthetic leg, and yet Skyscraper still isn’t silly enough.

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