The Idea of You (2024) Review - Anne Hathaway stars in 'The Idea of You', an age gap romance fantasy that avoids saying anything real but is better than it needs to be. Review by Margaret Roarty.
Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes (2024) Review - 'Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes' (2024) seeks to update the classic 'Planet of the Apes' franchise for a new generation, and it looks fantastic in doing so. Review by Sam Sewell-Peterson.
Abigail (2024) Review - An ensemble cast bring to life criminals stuck in a horrifying situation in 'Abigail' (2024), a film that tries to be multiple things but falls short of being any. Review by Rob Jones.
Challengers (2024) Review - Zendaya, Mike Faist and Josh O'Connor star in the erotically charged tennis drama 'Challengers' (2024), an at times exhilarating but often underwhelming film from Luca Guadagnino. Review by Margaret Roarty.
‘Seven Samurai’ at 70 – Review - Akira Kurosawa samurai film 'Seven Samurai' speaks of the reality of the human experience in masterful ways, making it an unmissable experience even 70 years on. Review by Bella Madge.
The Book of Clarence (2023) Review - Jeymes Samuel follows 'The Harder They Fall' with the visually striking but narratively disjointed 'The Book of Clarence' starring LaKeith Stanfield. Review by Rehana Nurmahi.
Rebel Moon – Part Two: The Scargiver (2024) Review - Some lasting images contrast with expository dialogue in Zack Snyder's latest action-space opera 'Rebel Moon - Part Two: The Scargiver' (2024). Review by Sam Sewell-Peterson.
‘Sherlock Jr.’ at 100 – Review - Buster Keaton action-comedy 'Sherlock Jr.' (1924) features some of the best action moments in cinema, and is surprisingly sophisticated; an incredible film. Review by Kieran Judge.

Civil War (2024) Review - 'Civil War' (2023), from writer-director Alex Garland, is a taught and searing nightmare for the times that will frustrate as many people as it will please. Review by Sam Sewell-Peterson.
Charade (1963) Review - 'Charade' (1963), Stanley Donen's thriller starring Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant, has it all: laughter, suspense and a killer romantic pairing. Review by Margaret Roarty.