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Life Itself Review

Life Itself Review

Life will surprise you, or not as the case may be

Triple Frontier trailer: Ben Affleck plans to rob a violent drug cartel

Triple Frontier trailer: Ben Affleck plans to rob a violent drug cartel

A film directed by J.C. Chandor, also starring Oscar Isaac

Life Itself trailer: Oscar Isaac drops some serious tear

Life Itself trailer: Oscar Isaac drops some serious tear

Looks like it's going to get a little emotional

Annihilation Review

Annihilation Review

Have Netflix bought another dud, or does Alex Garland's film live up to the hype?

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review

In a galaxy far, f... oh you know the drill.

This Week's UK Cinema Releases

This Week's UK Cinema Releases

Check out the films released in the UK later this week

See Ridley and Driver in the Training for The Last Jedi featurette

See Ridley and Driver in the Training for The Last Jedi featurette

A last look behind the scenes before next week's big launch

This Week's UK Cinema Releases

This Week's UK Cinema Releases

Check out the films released in the UK later this week

Step closer to Annihilation in the first teaser trailer

Step closer to Annihilation in the first teaser trailer

A team of explorers venture into the heart of a mysterious exclusion zone

X-Men: Apocalypse Review

X-Men: Apocalypse Review

The latest big screen adventure of Marvel mutants reaches truly apocalyptic proportions.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens Review

Star Wars: The Force Awakens Review

J.J. Abrams gets the band back together as this massive blockbuster hits Blu-ray

Ex Machina Review

Ex Machina Review

Thriller or love story? Or both? Alex Garland makes A.I. cold and sexy

A Most Violent Year Review

A Most Violent Year Review

The third film by director J.C. Chandor stars Oscar Isaac as an ambitious businessman in 1981 NYC

Ex-Machina trailer

Ex-Machina trailer

Sci-fi psychological thriller fun

Inside Llewyn Davis (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Inside Llewyn Davis (London Film Festival 2013) Review

The Coen brothers bring their idiosyncratic comedy and pathos to New York's 1963 folk scene