Terminator: Dark Fate is probably the first Terminator film since Terminator 2 to (sort of) do the originals justice. Compared to James Cameron’s iconic films, it’s not that great, but compared to all the other sequels and reboots, including 2015’s disastrous Terminator: Genisys, it’s a pretty decent blockbuster and boasts the return of one of the franchise’s most lovable characters…
Ad Astra is a stylish, fascinating and meditative journey on the horrors of loneliness and depression that sticks with you even if it occasionally gets a little too Hollywood. Brad Pitt brings everything to this role – a career best performance.
The Prague filmed Jo Jo Rabbit finally gets its first trailer, and it’s full of familar streets, buildings and countryside in and surrounding the Czech capital.
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 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?
Mortal Engines is a stunning steampunk world with gorgeous production design and decent action sequences thanks to Peter Jackson, but feels rushed and falls short when it comes to compelling characters.
Festival hit The Favourite from Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos is finally coming to Czech cinemas this January.
The new Czech biopic Jan Palach will have an English subtitled screening at ‘Catch-Up Tuesday’ in Prague’s Kino Světozor on September 4.
New sci-fi action movie Upgrade looks like a twisted combination of Robocop and John Wick.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is a disaster movie / conspiracy thriller that director J.A. Bayona uses to build his signature visual sequences of tragedy and horror, but it’s not enough to save the horrendous script which suffers from identity crisis, and is just banal at times.