WONDER WOMAN 1984 is a beautifully produced and acted adventure epic, brought down by unsavory politics and a muddled plot.
Zack Snyder's JUSTICE LEAGUE is exactly what you'd expect. A deeply unpleasant and cynical vanity project which, at four hours, is borderline unwatchable.
Arriving on Amazon Prime after thirty years in obscurity, COMING 2 AMERICA is a painful reminder you can't go back home again.
Gorgeously animated and perfectly acted, RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON suffers from a messy narrative that can't decide what it wants to say.
Nioh 2 arrives on the PC in a remastered Complete Edition, including all available DLC. Fans of the series will love it; others, less so.
Arriving in cinemas mid-lockdown, THE WITCHES is a decent adaptation of classic material that occasionally shines brightly.
ALLEN V. FARROW is trashy, superficial and manipulative. It's the worst kind of tabloid sensationalism that's best ignored.
NEWS OF THE WORLD is a mature and thoughtfully composed western that tells its minimalist story exceptionally well.