Review: The Gran Turismo movie is worth a watch even if you've never touched a gaming controller in your life.
Now this is more like it.
A little less Quantum and a little more Mania would really have benefited Ant-Man & The Wasp: Quantumania.
Review: after a mediocre year by its normal standards, can Black Panther: Wakanda Forever tempt you back into your local multiplex?
Out in cinemas now, Thor: Love and Thunder is a strong entry in Thor’s catalogue and to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a whole.
Hot off the heels of Spider-Man: No Way Home, Marvel’s other multiversal mash-up movie, comes the long-overdue sequel to 2016’s Doctor Strange.
While it makes a few missteps, 2022's The Batman stands out for its exceptional acting, directing and pacing, and sublime cinematography.
With its high-octane action sequences and quippy dialogue, the Uncharted movie perfectly captures the essence of the hit video game series.
As a follow-on from 2018's Venom, Venom: Let There Be Carnage hits most of the key notes needed for a sequel.
Martial arts meets superhero.
Here's our pick of the best horror films on Netflix UK. Just make sure you've got a cushion to hide behind for when things get a bit too much to bear.
I've just been to see Weathering With You in theaters and I couldn't be happier with this successor to director Makoto Shinkai's previous film Your Name.
Palpatine’s laugh at the of the trailer for Rise of Skywalker was a surprise to be sure, but a welcome one.
While it’s tied up a lot of plot strands from the various Marvel Cinematic Universe films, Endgame also left us with several unanswered questions.
It’s always a dizzying list of movies, TV, and comedy specials to fit all ages and tastes in entertainment.
Hemsworth has signed up to play Hulk Hogan in a biopic directed by Todd Phillips, the guy behind The Hangover.
The very best action films combine immersive, spectacular scenes with compelling writing and direction. Here are the best available on Netflix UK.
The first teaser trailer for Frozen 2, the sequel to 2013’s megahit has been released, and it looks pretty ambitious.
Apparently, even after six movies, the appetite for all things Middle Earth is not yet sated.
For a potent dose of Rian Johnson’s potent cinematic vision, you need to watch Looper. And now it’s on Netflix, you’ve got no excuse not to.
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