Review – ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ is Marvel at its most blandly disposable

Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly take centre stage for Ant-Man and the Wasp, which follows up Infinity War with something lighter.

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Blu-ray Review – Paul Verhoeven’s ‘Flesh + Blood’ is a muddy, grim medieval adventure

Paul Verhoeven’s plague-riddled medieval adventure Flesh + Blood, starring Rutger Hauer and Jennifer Jason Leigh, is an uncomfortable watch.

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Review – A good idea falls flat amid the neon lights in ‘Hotel Artemis’

Drew Pearce squanders a really fun idea in Hotel Artemis, which is like John Wick if it had no sense of confidence or control in its tone.

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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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Blu-ray Review – ‘The Boondock Saints’ is blood-soaked vigilantism with a darkly comic edge

Troy Duffy’s controversial vigilante thriller has lost none of its edge in the 20 years since it first exploded onto screens.

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DVD Review – Giant ant movie ‘It Came From The Desert’ knows exactly what it is

It’s big, it’s stupid and it’s obviously bargain basement filmmaking, but it’s hard not to enjoy a knowingly ridiculous giant bug movie.

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