Vicky Krieps and Daniel Day Lewis in Phantom Thread.
Daniel Day Lewis makes his last appearance in Phantom Thread as master of a fashion house disturbed by his relationship with a waitress.
Thor: Ragnarok sees Thor do battle with Hulk.
The new Thor: Ragnarok movie out today tackles some of the superhero issues fans have long questioned. But how does the science stack up?
Arnold Schwarzenegger in Terminator 2: Judgment Day, now in 3D.
It's more than 25 years since Arnold Schwarzenegger returned in the Terminator 2: Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Now he's back in glorious 3D, so how does the story and the science stack up today?
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Peter Parker knows the formula for angular acceleration of a pendulum, and applies his science knowledge with gusto in the latest Spider-Man movie.
The latest film about Britain's revered war leader struggles to capture the man – or give his wife the credit she deserves.
Netflix's new film is a timely intervention into discussions on whether it can ever be ethically sound to eat meat.
Sofia Boutella plays the new Mummy.
The latest reboot of The Mummy is all you should expect from a Hollywood blockbuster on an ancient Egyptian curse. But what about the science?
Rachel, Daphne du Maurier’s enigmatic, modern heroine, played by Rachel Weisz.
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The revered novel's enigmatic, modern heroine captivates and beguiles in a new blockbuster film adaptation.
The iconic Captain Jack Sparrow in action.
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Captain Jack Sparrow sails the high seas again in the fifth outing of the Pirates of the Caribbean series. So did the filmmakers get the science right in the action packed adventure?
What’s going to happen next in Alien: Covenant?
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The latest outing of the Alien film franchise pits another human crew against a terrifying enemy. But how does the science stack up?
They’re back: Gamora (Zoe Saldana), Nebula (Karen Gillan), Peter Quill (Chris Pratt), Drax (Dave Bautista) and Rocket voice by Bradley Cooper).
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The Guardians of the Galaxy team are rocking the universe again in the latest volume of the science fiction blockbuster. But how does the science stand up to some number crunching?
Dev Patel as Saroo Brierley in Lion (2016).
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Lion, which has screened to critical acclaim around the world, seems to think it's a political film. In reality it's an effective melodrama that uncritically embraces a colonial fantasy of white saviours.
Dev Patel plays the Indian genius Srinivasa Ramanujan in The Man Who Knew Infinity.
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The film presents some of the best descriptions of mathematics yet seen on the big screen. It shows mathematics as art and as a creative process of discovery.
Captain America (Chris Evans) takes on a political crisis – and some beautifully choreographed fight scenes – in Captain America: Civil War.
Superhero movies – at their best – reflect the political concems of our time. Captain America: Civil War is a two-and-a-half hour, action-packed critique of post-9/11 government overreach.
An eye in the sky from the movie of the same name – the reality of drone warfare.
The moral and ethical dilemmas of future warfare are depicted in this tight British thriller. But what will happen when humans become more removed from the weapons of war?
DC has dialled up the grit, as Batman grimly faces off against Superman.
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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has committed performances and Zack Snyder's trademark action. But it can't overcome a confused internal logic – and has the colour palette of an ashtray.
The Coen brothers’ Hail, Caesar! romps through several genres, and only occasionally wallows in self-indulgence.
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The Coen brothers may have returned to form with the genre-spinning Hail, Caesar! It still remains to be seen if they'll ever reach the heights of their glory days again.
Daisy Ridley plays the character Rey.
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The manic light-and-sound show is more tribute than groundbreaking film.
A gay subculture revolves around risky, drug-enhanced sex. The reasons why are complex and deserve attention.
Chemsex, Pecadillo Pictures.
Drugs scare us and fascinate us. Societies might fight “wars” against drugs – but we also drink, smoke, ingest and inject an awful lot of them. The Ancient Greeks captured this instability with their concept…
The headquarters of The Boston Globe.
For a former Boston reporter, Spotlight evokes the thrill of hard-hitting, influential reporting.