A spectacularly scattershot, pandering mess of pulp junk, cheap-looking animation, and poisonous gender dynamics. A charmless cash-grab that can’t be bothered with the slightest stab at originality.
Audacious, outrageous, bleakly funny. Not since Charlie Chaplin sent up Hitler and invited us to laugh at terrible reality has there been a movie like this.
A riveting BBC political thriller offering one of the most trenchant explorations yet of the sick symbiosis between big government and big business.
The Men of Harry Potter Week concludes — though there may be a Week 2 next week — with Jason Isaacs, suggested by Clare.