Once Upon a Time in Hollywood review – Why Margaret Qualley’s ‘Pussycat’ makes the entire film

Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is an unabashedly glorious study of the washed-up actor. Both DiCaprio and Pitt are equally intriguing and lovable, but as expected, the events of the Tate murders, and Tate herself are relegated to mere background noise, and it doesn't quite fit.

Midsommar review – an epic (and funny) technicolour trip into savage grief

Ari Aster's sophomore is as disturbing as the remarkable Hereditary, but brings a surprising amount of humour to a tale that is otherwise about the torment of grief and our need to adhere to tradition and culture, even if it literally rips us to shreds.

Godzilla: King of the Monsters review – so bad that it’s… no it’s just bad

After the complaints that 2014's Godzilla didn't give the titan adequate screentime, King of the Monsters does fans justice by packing some serious monster... kaiju, but despite the sheer size of the beast, who looks like he's been hitting the gym, it's just not worth it.

Avengers: Endgame review – the most epic superhero movie ever made

Avengers: Endgame is a poignant, thrilling and revolutionary superhero film, and a well-deserved finale to the MCU's Infinity War saga. It's also a 'greatest hits' film showcasing everyone and everything we love about the franchise... It's also three hours long, so plan your toilet breaks wisely.

Pet Sematary review – probably the creepiest cat in cinema history

The new Pet Sematary is one of the best Stephen King adaptations in recent years. Teeming with dread and suspense, it's a horror nerd's wet dream. It successfully reanimates its source material while still managing to put an original spin on the final act... plus it boasts one of the scariest cats in cinema history.

Us review – what is Jordan Peele’s latest film actually trying to be?

Us is full of big ideas and social commentaries. From racism to class divide, Jordan Peele's latest explores some of America's issues, but fails to do so by playing around with one too many horror conventions and sub-genres. What on earth was that?