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Despite an intriguing premise and sound artistic direction, Japanese dramatic thriller ‘His Lost Name’ is a dull, meandering film that doesn’t say much.
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The superhero's coming-of-age journey can also be read as a typical gay teen's experience of coming out.
This year saw us watching everything from stretchy superheroes to talking dogs. It was hard to pick favourites – but the YP team loves a challenge.
There are so many movies set at, or based on the run-up to December 25 - Netflix this year seems to have spent half its budget on them. Not all of them should've seen the light of day. Avoid these like the plague.
From the same animation studio that brought you the ‘Despicable Me’ franchise, this Christmas tale is fun for the whole family.
We can't lie, if these films are on, we will always watch it.
John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman reprise their roles in this heartwarming tale of friendship and discovery.
The creators of Ralph Breaks the Internet took on a huge challenge when they decided to take their video game characters into the Internet.
Adapted from the bestselling Japanese novel of the same name, Million Dollar Man forces the audience to contemplate the nature and value of money, but the story sort of loses its appeal when delivered on screen.
Amber Heard and Nicole Kidman also star in this standalone superhero movie about the true King of the Seven Seas.