Up there with the greatest third instalments of all time.
At times gut-bustingly hilarious and at time gut-wrenchingly potent, make sure you prepare your gut.
Tom Hardy shines in a moody, enticing, slow-paced opener.
An emotionally charged, well made thriller delivered in one long shot.
J.A. Bayona has crafted a touching fantasy, a therapeutic fable that demonstrates the power of stories.
A near magnificent war picture that will transport you to a period that you won’t, nor should you ever, forget.
Arousal by plant life, armed robbery and the sight of a man weeping are all covered in this good-natured comedy.
An overdose of style and substance that is as kinetic as it is engrossing.
Answers a lot of questions and ends on an unsure note moving into the second half.
While it’s unlikely to be an experience you’ll want to repeat, it’s a worthwhile experience nonetheless.