Remaking 'Cloverfield' with a giant radioactive lizard from post-war Japanese cinema and the guy from that TV show you need to watch seems a strange first outing for a cinematic universe. So why did it succeed were so many others have stumbled?
It's an epic saga where the Doctor gets dragged to hell and back and changes as a person forever. It also mostly doesn't exist anymore.
I saw the Han Solo movie. I really liked it. So why has it been so hard to write about it?
The current vogue for nostalgia shows no signs of fading, and this film from the man who revived Star Wars might explain why.
With the future of the DC Extended Universe unclear, was the first installment of the ever-stalling franchise a wasted opportunity or just a foundation of sand?
What links the Vikings and the Royal Wedding? How much context do you need to understand an historical event? And why isn't the Queen related to any of the Tudors?
Ryan Reynolds returns as the irreverent super-assassin, but with the future of Fox's long-lived X-Men films seemingly in doubt, what does the future hold for their breakout star?