If you’re anything like us, you’ve found that you suddenly have a lot more hours to spare where you aren’t really doing anything – and you can’t do homework all the time.
Crime thrillers – we love them, we really, really love them. There’s nothing better than seeing (eventually, after a very long pursuit) the bad guy get their comeuppance.
Assassin's Creed could not be saved even with killer performances from Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard and Jeremy Irons [Review]
Come for the stunning fight sequences and stay for the ... erm ... Magneto's abs?
Fans were too far gone in their feels to ask for more Darth Vader and then...Rogue One spoilers ahead. Don’t be tempted by the Dark Side and read this if you haven’t yet seen the movie.
Here are the movies that affected us the most and the ones we are eagerly awaiting.
Popcorn at the ready!
Donnie Yen Ji-dan was once sarcastically called “the strongest in the universe” by Hong Kong’s entertainment press for his presumed overconfidence in himself. But the last laugh is on them.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story may be the franchise's first standalone movie, but it's not a standout [Review]
Rogue One - more like Rogue yawn
Asa Butterfield on working with Martin Scorcese and Tim Burton, and growing up on camera like the Harry Potter stars
He isn’t quite a name everyone knows yet but, at the age of 19, Asa Butterfield has built up a list of acting credits that even a Hollywood veteran would envy.
Ten Years is a movie set in the year 2025, depicting a dystopian world in which Hongkongers rights, freedom and ways of life have been eroded by the influence of the mainland Government.