Review: Star Trek Beyond

“You could ask for more, but Star Trek Beyond is more than enough to be contented with,” finds Alex Doenau.


Review: Love & Friendship

“Almost everything about Love & Friendship feels precisely as it is supposed to be,” says Alex Doenau.

Our Kind of Traitor

Review: Our Kind of Traitor

Our Kind of Traitor “retains the necessary energy and commitment to mystery that keeps hurtling le Carre’s duplicitous dilemmas towards viewers,” finds Sarah Ward.


Review: Sing Street

Sing Street deserves to be an enduring antidote to nostalgia, a giant of modern Irish cinema,” says Alex Doenau.


Review: Ghostbusters

“Where Ghostbusters works is its own brand of comedy and character,” finds Alex Doenau.


Review: Central Intelligence

Central Intelligence is an action comedy that suffers many of the genre’s normal setbacks,” finds Alex Doenau.


Review: The BFG

The BFG “is both uninspired and uninspiring,” says Alex Doenau.


Review: Everybody Wants Some!!

Everybody Wants Some!! is a package as sleek as the baseball players it chronicles the adventures of,” finds Alex Doenau.