Wise Children’s Wuthering Heights is theatrical and epic to the extreme, but is tonally worlds away from Brontë’s classic novel
After 13 years of established canon, What If…? gives viewers a glimpse into the richness of the Marvel Multiverse
Annie Murphy truly shines in this ambition blend of television genres
Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’s film adaptation demonstrates what all good musical theatre films need: a coherent narrative drive
Developed by the minds behind The Play That Goes Wrong, The Goes Wrong Show is chaotic, farcical hilarity
While wonderful to have Amy Sherman-Palladino’s unique writing voice back on screens, it is frustrating to see Midge back on the bottom rung after such a lengthy hiatus
Starring Kristen Bell, The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window delights in poking fun at common psychological thriller tropes, but could have gone much further with its comedy
Freeform’s exceptional series, The Bold Type, remains faithful to its characters until the very end
Ryan Reynolds and Dwayne Johnson’s winning chemistry elevates an otherwise unremarkable, though twisty, heist flick
Director Ruben Fleischer’s adaptation of the Uncharted video game series does not reinvent the wheel, but proves pleasant enough due to the watchability of lead Tom Holland
A gentle romantic comedy with queer protagonists with a happy ending! That’s how low the bar is!
Kenneth Branagh’s sequel is sumptuously shot, gorgeously cinematic and incredibly performed, though is a little slow out of the harbour
Despite being relatively unchanged since its genesis, ‘Blood Brothers’ proves almost as relevant now as it ever did
Moulin Rouge!, much like its diamond, is all sparkle and little substance.
Netflix’s latest collaboration with Harlan Coben is just as thrilling as viewers have come to expect