On Cinema

Dune: Part Two is in cinemas — and it’s more of the glorious same

We should be giving copies of this magazine away at every screening

“The Boys On The Boat” is wholesome but unconvincing

On Ridley Scott’s Napoleon and the challenge of biopics

The role of the war film in British cinema

On money, morality and motive in three films

How did a film wishing to highlight the sexual exploitation of children become a culture war?

What happens to film franchises when action heroes age?

The shrinking world of the superhero franchise film.

On screen savage battles, middle-aged villains, decline and disease are reviewed by Robert Hutton