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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘What the hell just happened?!’

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘What the hell just happened?!’

Cats: Two hours of only song and dance.

MOVIE REVIEW: How Knives Out has reinvented the whodunnit

MOVIE REVIEW: How Knives Out has reinvented the whodunnit

This razor-sharp whodunit with a wonderfully eclectic cast.

MOVIE REVIEW: Renée Zellweger catches a falling star

MOVIE REVIEW: Renée Zellweger catches a falling star

Renée Zellweger’s mesmerising turn in Judy Garland bio-pic.

MOVIE REVIEW: Sly should have left Rambo in the 80s

MOVIE REVIEW: Sly should have left Rambo in the 80s

JOHN Rambo hasn't evolved much in the 40 years since First Blood.

MOVIE REVIEW: What is the point of this sequel?

MOVIE REVIEW: What is the point of this sequel?

THE TV show wrapped up with a happy ending. Why are we here again?

MOVIE REVIEW: Gibson and Vaughn cop it lean and mean

MOVIE REVIEW: Gibson and Vaughn cop it lean and mean

Mel Gibson gets down and dirty in this hard-boiled crime drama.

MOVIE REVIEW: Old-fashioned tale of courage and mateship

MOVIE REVIEW: Old-fashioned tale of courage and mateship

This solid war movie reduces battle to its bare essentials.

MOVIE REVIEW: Location overpowers drama on insular peninsula

MOVIE REVIEW: Location overpowers drama on insular peninsula

PALM Beach an unrelatable subtropical version of The Big Chill.

MOVIE REVIEW: Double act hits stride with show of diversity

MOVIE REVIEW: Double act hits stride with show of diversity

Mindy Kaling and Emma Thompson star in engaging comedy Late Night.

MOVIE REVIEW: The Public an old-fashioned crowd-pleaser

MOVIE REVIEW: The Public an old-fashioned crowd-pleaser

Passion project depicts a small act of civil disobedience.

MOVIE REVIEW: True soccer story kicks plenty of goals

MOVIE REVIEW: True soccer story kicks plenty of goals

Story of PoW who overcame hostility a little staid but manages a win

MOVIE REVIEW: The Lion King remake’s big mistake

MOVIE REVIEW: The Lion King remake’s big mistake

DISNEY'S latest remake falls into its own trap.

MOVIE REVIEW: Women shape portrait of man behind the myth

MOVIE REVIEW: Women shape portrait of man behind the myth

The women in Michael Hutchence’s life shape this documentary.

MOVIE REVIEW: Beatles rom-com hits all the right notes

MOVIE REVIEW: Beatles rom-com hits all the right notes

The natural exuberance of Yesterday carries you along.

MOVIE REVIEW: Tolkien consigned to middle-of-the-road biopic

MOVIE REVIEW: Tolkien consigned to middle-of-the-road biopic

Biopic fails to capture flair of father of modern fantasy.

MOVIE REVIEW: Spy drama should stick to the facts

MOVIE REVIEW: Spy drama should stick to the facts

JUDI Dench can't save Red Joan from its split personality.

MOVIE REVIEW: Squirmy remake has no reason to exist

MOVIE REVIEW: Squirmy remake has no reason to exist

It feels as if we’re the ones who have been conned by The Hustle.

MOVIE REVIEW: Ikea-loving con artist hard to resist

MOVIE REVIEW: Ikea-loving con artist hard to resist

Bollywood meets Ikea in this gabulist, feel-good entertainment.

MOVIE REVIEW: Moore dances to a new tune in glorious remake

MOVIE REVIEW: Moore dances to a new tune in glorious remake

DIRECTOR'S rich, complex and compassionate role for Julianne Moore.

MOVIE REVIEW: Little is a sweet but uneven twist on Big

MOVIE REVIEW: Little is a sweet but uneven twist on Big

Inspired by a 1980s classic, this new comedy comes with a twist.

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