1917 may not be Mendes’ best film, but it is definitely his most personal, and when it truly soars, the perfect summation of his approach to cinema.
There is nothing quite like the magic of Star Wars, and while there are some flaws, The Rise Of Skywalker is a blast on the big screen.
Even better than the previous film, come for the laughs, stay for the heart‐warming message about friendship.
An incredibly funny second instalment that was well worth the wait. The zombie comedy sequel achieves what few do and surpasses its predecessor.
This is a horror blockbuster, one designed for the big screen, and one that always places the heart and characters above the scares.
When discussing the best films of all time, Francis Ford Coppola's cinematic giant Apocalypse Now is never far from the conversation.