“You could ask for more, but Star Trek Beyond is more than enough to be contented with,” finds Alex Doenau.
“Almost everything about Love & Friendship feels precisely as it is supposed to be,” says Alex Doenau.
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.
“Sing Street deserves to be an enduring antidote to nostalgia, a giant of modern Irish cinema,” says Alex Doenau.
“Where Ghostbusters works is its own brand of comedy and character,” finds Alex Doenau.
“There’s definitely an appeal to Maggie’s Plan,” says Alex Doenau.
“Central Intelligence is an action comedy that suffers many of the genre’s normal setbacks,” finds Alex Doenau.
The BFG “is both uninspired and uninspiring,” says Alex Doenau.
“Everybody Wants Some!! is a package as sleek as the baseball players it chronicles the adventures of,” finds Alex Doenau.
Mom and Me is “a 77-minute heartfelt confection,” says Alex Doenau.