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The Kid Who Would Be King

'The Kid Who Would Be King': Review

Joe Cornish returns with a big-hearted children’s tale loosely based on Excalibur.

Glass

'Glass': Review

The conclusion of M. Night Shyamalan’s ’Eastrail 177 Trilogy’ features James McAvoy, Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson.

Storm Boy

'Storm Boy': Review

Four decades later, a remake of Australia’s beloved family staple proves both troubling and affecting

How To Train Your Dragon The Hidden World

'How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World': Review

The beloved DreamWorks franchise soars out on a high

All Is True

'All Is True': Review

Kenneth Branagh directs and stars in this dramatisation of Shakespeare’s final years

Welcome To Marwen

'Welcome To Marwen': Review

Steve Carell stars in a self-consciously offbeat biopic

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'Vice': Review

Christian Bale stars as former US Vice President Dick Cheney.

The Witch Part 1 Subversion

'The Witch: Part 1. The Subversion': Macao Review

A gifted teenage girl is pursued by figures from a past she can’t remember

The Mule

'The Mule': Review

Clint Eastwood directs and stars in this real-life tale of a nonagenarian drug mule

Mary Poppins Returns Disney

'Mary Poppins Returns': Review

Naughty, no-nonsense, and very very nice, Emily Blunt steps into Julie Andrews’ sensible shoes

White Blood

'White Blood': Macao Review

An Argentinian drug mule faces the horrific consequences of her actions

Aruna And Her Palate

'Aruna & Her Palate': Macao Review

A epidemiologist goes in search of disease and local delicacies in this quirky road-trip movie

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'Aquaman': Review

Aquaman injects some goofy fun into the Justice League franchise

Scarborough

'Scarborough': Macao Review

Two relationships come under the microscope in the Northern England seaside resort of Scarborough

Dear Ex

'Dear Ex': Macao Review

A young man grows close to his late father’s male lover in this comic melodrama

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Glass

'Glass': Review

The conclusion of M. Night Shyamalan’s ’Eastrail 177 Trilogy’ features James McAvoy, Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson.