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Spies in Disguise Review

Pure, honest to god entertainment oozes out of every feel-good moment. Who knew Will Smith as a pigeon would be a winning formula? Troy Quane and Nick Bruno make their directorial debut with an animated Bond gone wrong. Pairing together the voices of big Willy himself, Will Smith, and the newest Spider-Man, Tom Holland for the long in development fun-sized...

Playing With Fire Review

The physical comedy could be just the remedy to wash down all those Christmas leftovers, but let's face it, it’s not going to burn the house down. Pair a big tough ex-wrestler with a few mischievous kids together in a slapstick comedy and anyone would think you are on to a winner but there is no smoke without fire. John Cena’s...

Top Gun Maverick starring Tom Cruise in cinemas summer 2020 – Trailer out now

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The trailer for Top Gun Maverick is out now and stars Tom Cruise, Jon Hamm, Miles Teller & Jennifer Connelly. After more than thirty years of service as one of the Navy’s top aviators, Pete “Maverick” Mitchell (Tom Cruise) is where he belongs, pushing the envelope as a courageous test pilot and dodging the advancement in rank that would ground...

1917 Press Conference Highlights – Sam Mendes, George MacKay, Mark Strong, Roger Deakins and more on the making of the awards contender

War films are ten a penny but every so often one comes along that will simply blow you away, not for its grandeur but for its ability to immerse the audience within the action telling a more human side to fateful men’s story. Sam Mendes awards contender, 1917 is just that film with its breathtaking cinematography, including the illusion...

Cats – Watch the brand new trailer

Cats stars James Corden, Judi Dench, Jason Derulo, Idris Elba, Jennifer Hudson, Ian McKellen, Taylor Swift, Rebel Wilson and introduces Royal Ballet principal dancer Francesca Hayward in her feature film debut. Oscar-winning director Tom Hooper transforms Andrew Lloyd Webber’s record-shattering stage musical into a breakthrough cinematic event. Featuring Lloyd Webber’s iconic music and a world-class cast of dancers under the guidance...

Exclusive: Director Kasi Lemmons talks making ‘Harriet’ and working with Cynthia Erivo

Considering Harriet Tubman was one of the most prominent and courageous women in the fight against slavery, her story has never made it to the big screen... until now. Kasi Lemmons finally brings her story to light aided by Cynthia Erivo as Tubman in a poignant and revealing story which is just as important now as it was back...

Warner Bros. Studio Tour infographic charts the history of Harry Potter

Have you ever wanted to see all the best Harry Potter film series information in one place? Now you can, with a new infographic. If you like to be the go-to Harry Potter guru – the friend everyone turns to for Harry Potter trivia – then this infographic is for you. Get a snapshot of all the important movie dates...

Le Mans ’66 Review

Buckle up and enjoy the ride, this one comes with a complete full-service history that corners like it's on rails. Soaked in blood, sweat and greasy oil, James Mangold takes pole position in the latest of a long line of sporting films that will grip hold of the speed senses.  Based on the true story of Ford Vs. Ferrari in...

Sex Education S2 returns to Netflix with 8 brand new episodes

Sex Education will be returning to Netflix in 2020 with 8 new episodes... See the new images below. Otis Milburn (Asa Butterfield), a socially awkward high school student who lives with his sex therapist mother, Jean. In season 1 Otis and his friend Maeve Wiley set-up a sex clinic at school to capitalise on his intuitive talent for sex advice....

Last Christmas Review

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For all its unoriginality there is something inherently likeable in this fondue mess. ‘Tis the season to be jolly, well almost thanks to Bridesmaids and A Simple Favour filmmaker Paul Feig. Combining the much-loved back catalogue of George Michael and Wham, the wholly predictable and cheese-laden script - co-written by Emma Thompson - isn’t enough to make you have faith...

Doctor Sleep Review

Stands on its own merits with a balancing act that stays faithful to the madness of The Shining but injects an air of horror mastery. Almost 40 years after Stanley Kubrick gave us his adaptation of Stephen King novel The Shining, filmmaker Mike Flanagan unleashes his sequel to the much–loved classic with Doctor Sleep.  Apprehension and expectation lay heavy amongst...

Sorry We Missed You Review

Ken Loach is back on his socialist horse three years after I, Daniel Blake hit right at the heart of austerity Britain. Once again he shouts loud for the working class grafters hit hard by poverty, trying to earn a living in a battered and divided country with relentless passion.The story focuses on one young family in a docu-soap...

Must-watch films about finance

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Blockbuster films are known to hammer down the stereotypes of the subjects they portray, and finance is no different. But, there is more to the financial world than suits and ties hurrying up and down business districts with papers falling out of briefcases and jargon filling the ambience of busy offices.Typically portrayed as a competitive, ruthless industry in shiny, plush...

The Beach Bum Review

McConnaughey goes deeply method in a sleazy hedonistic adventure of messy misadventure. Spring Breakers filmmaker, Harmony Korine returns to the big screen with the chameleon of acting Matthew McConnaughy. Korine yet again pushes buttons in a sleazy hedonistic adventure of responsibility in a haze of sunshine drenched beaches accompanied by sex, drugs and alcohol-fuelled irresponsibility.Anyone would assume McConnaughy’s Moondog is...

Watch: Bloodshot trailer – Starring Vin Diesel, Eiza González, Guy Pearce and Talulah Riley

Sony Pictures has released the awesome trailer for Bloodshot starring Vin Diesel and it's coming to cinemas February 21 2020 Based on the bestselling comic book, Vin Diesel stars as Ray Garrison, a soldier recently killed in action and brought back to life as the superhero Bloodshot by the RST corporation. With an army of nanotechnology in his veins, he’s...

Zombieland: Double Tap Review

10 years down the line Ruben Fleischer reunites the old-team for the sequel zombie comedy which stays faithful to its predecessor with hilarious stupidity. It’s been ten years since Ruben Fleischer’s zombie comedy Zombieland became a bit of a sleeper hit, making this picture into somewhat of a cult movie. Now Fleischer has reunited the same team and gun-toting cast...

Official Secrets Review

Deceit and corruption amongst political leaders is far from a new revelation, those who possess power in Government have been abusing their positions for hundreds of years up to the present day. The unsung heroes who are brave enough to call out the deception are very rarely heralded but Eye in The Sky director Gavin Hood once again takes...

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil Press Conference Highlights with Angelina Jolie, Elle Fanning and more.

Less than24 hours after the stars of the Disney sequel Maleficent: Mistress of Evil graced the red carpet in the heart of London for the movie’s premiere a number of the cast gathered in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Knightsbridge for a press conference to give us their thoughts on the magic and message of the new film.The film picks...

Gemini Man Review

Sharply clinical action sequences and digital technical prowess fails to ignite the thrills. Filmmaker Ang Lee ventures into the digital de-ageing trend of modern cinema with this Will Smith offering, it’s a trend that comes with a fine line of balance to mix realistic visuals with a gripping and a well thought out script. Well, if you are hoping this...

Joker Review

Phillips and Phoenix deliver a shattering and fresh new take on an age-old character, a character study of the birth of the supervillain with darkly disturbing vigour. “Put on a Happy Face” is the war cry for the invisible, the ones suffering from depression and the lonely outcasts of society who are simply classed as that just for being a...

Downton Abbey Press Conference Highlights

Three years after the residents and staff of the beloved Downton Abbey left our TV screens fans of the show can finally let out a huge sigh of delight as the Crawley family and their ever-loyal staff head to the big screen this week. With the film just around the corner, cast members and the filmmakers attended a press...

BAD BOYS FOR LIFE new trailer released – In cinemas January 17, 2020

Will Smith & Martin Lawrence are back for one last ride in BAD BOYS FOR LIFE, hitting UK cinemas January 17, 2020. Also starring Vanessa Hudgens, Alexander Ludwig, Charles Melton, Paola Nunez, Kate Del Castillo, Nicky Jam and Joe Pantoliano, Marcus Burnett (Martin Lawrence) is now a police inspector and Mike Lowery (Will Smith) is in a midlife crisis. They...

IT Chapter Two Review

A perfect casting can't defeat the curse of a repetitive narrative and an overzealous need for detail. Director Andy Muschietti is back to unfurl the second half of Stephen King’s classic novel, 27 years after the Loser’s club first encounter with the freakishly frightening clown of Derry, Pennywise. Even in adult form and problems of their own in their grown-up...

The Informer Review

Predictable cliché heaven but immensely thrilling, sucking you into every minute of the action. We’ve come to that point in the summer where blockbusters have more or less been and gone. Smaller budgeted films now get their chance to spend some time at the mid-year box office, director Andrea Di Stefano - who steps into the helm for his second...

Good Boys Review

In all its r-rated glory, there is simple pureness of innocence hidden in plain sight. When describing Good Boys, a tween Superbad wouldn’t be too far off the mark. What will come as no surprise is the r-rated swear-fest comes from the men behind said film and who also brought you the likes of Sausage Party and Pineapple Express, Seth...

4DX cinema sets new record on monthly screenings! Book your Cineworld tickets now and experience 4DX

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4DX has set a new record in July this year with its largest monthly global audience of 3.07 million. The previous record for the number of global 4DX monthly audiences this year was 2.25 million in June thanks to 'Aladdin' and 2.46 million in August 2018 when `Mission Impossible: Fallout ' was released to audiences. 'Aladdin', which has surpassed 1 million...

Once Upon A Time in Hollywood Review

Tarantino's love letter to Hollywood is rife with heady brilliance and controversy that will suck you in and spit you out. Ever since the announcement of Tarantino’s ninth and penultimate film, assumptions this would be focused on the infamous Manson Murders of the late 60’s early 70s’, where rife. It’s worth remembering this is a Tarantino fairytale, a love letter...

Blinded By The Light Review

An anger-inducing social commentary and likeable lead can't save the awkwardness and tedium of this little musical number. Bend it Like Beckham’s Gurinder Chadha is back trying to regain the form that so enamoured audiences with the Keira Knightley lead favourite. This time around Chadha relies not on Beckham and football to speak to the masses, but like Danny Boyle’s...

Top Boy 2019 cast revealed – Ashley Walters, Kane (Kano) Robinson + more…

Top Boy 2019 cast revealed - Ashley Walters, Kane (Kano) Robinson + more...

Netflix has finally revealed the cast for Top Boy 2019 with the likes of Ashley Walters and Kane (Kano) Robinson reprising their roles as ‘Dushane’ and ‘Sully’ and joined by newcomer Micheal Ward as ‘Jamie’ (The A List, Blue Story). The series features musical artists Simbi Ajikawo ‘Little Simz’, David Omoregie ‘Dave’. Shone Romulus (Out) returns as ‘Dris’ and Ashley Thomas...

The Angry Birds Movie 2 Review

The Angry Birds take a flight of adorability with a slap-stick lesson in loving your enemies. As game adaptations go, The Angry Birds Movie has to be up there with one of the most successful, so it’s not surprising these cutesy birds are back for another adventure. Having to set aside their differences the residents of Bird and Pig Island...