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M3GANScore

M3GAN

We've seen the sci-fi horror phenomenon, and have plenty of thoughts about the flick.

Text: Mans Lindman
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A Man Called OttoScore

A Man Called Otto

In a look at the importance of community in modern times, Tom Hanks brings another solid performance.

Text: Markus Hirsilä
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The Pale Blue EyeScore

The Pale Blue Eye

Scott Cooper and Christian Bale return with a dark thriller.

Text: Magnus Groth-Anderse
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TrollScore

Troll

The director of Cold Prey blends Hollywood with ancient Norse mythology in this surprisingly effective monster movie, and Mackan's got the ratings.

Text: Marcus Persson
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One Piece Film: RedScore

One Piece Film: Red

Many European countries are now screening a One Piece movie for the first time. Is the latest outing of Monkey D. Luffy a quality adventure, or nothing more than unashamed fan service?

Text: Ingar Takanobu Hauge
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Black AdamScore

Black Adam

Dwayne Johnson makes a big splash in an already tired film genre and André doesn't have much positive to say...

Text: André Lamartine
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Halloween EndsScore

Halloween Ends

Laurie Strode and Michael Myers are clashing one last time, in this horror thriller that fails to entertain.

Text: Marcus Persson
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BlondeScore

Blonde

Ana de Armas is provocative as Marilyn Monroe in a gritty portrait drama that engages.

Text: André Lamartine
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NopeScore

Nope

Jordan Peele is back for his third horror flick, and this is definitely one to watch out for.

Text: Magnus Groth-Andersen
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BeastScore

Beast

We've seen a sweaty, terrified Idris Elba fighting computer-animated lions and are not entirely dissatisfied.

Text: Mans Lindman
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Day ShiftScore

Day Shift

The latest of Netflix's latest productions features a pool attendant who kills vampires and an apprentice who pees himself at the mere thought.

Text: Petter Hegevall
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Bullet TrainScore

Bullet Train

Brad Pitt and David Leitch have teamed up for a daft, chaotic, and fun action flick.

Text: Ben Lyons
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The Gray ManScore

The Gray Man

What does Netflix get when it pays out a ton of money to the brothers behind Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame? A bloated version of a spy movie.

Text: Petter Hegevall
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The Sea BeastScore

The Sea Beast

Disney veteran Chris Williams weighs anchor and invites us on a brisk sail of ambition and refreshingly folksy storytelling in Netflix's big summer effort.

Text: Marcus Persson
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LightyearScore

Lightyear

We've seen Pixar's latest flick, based on its iconic spaceman Buzz Lightyear.

Text: André Lamartine
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Top Gun: MaverickScore

Top Gun: Maverick

Tom Cruise is back as the ace pilot, and we've seen the movie and have plenty of thoughts.

Text: Mans Lindman
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The NorthmanScore

The Northman

Robert Eggers' hotly anticipated third feature film is finally here and we've rated it.

Text: Marcus Persson
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MorbiusScore

Morbius

We've been to the premiere of Sony's new anti-hero movie Morbius and have some thoughts.

Text: Henric Pettersson
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Turning RedScore

Turning Red

Pixar's coming-of-age story is now on Disney+, and we've watched it and have plenty of thoughts.

Text: Ben Lyons
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The BatmanScore

The Batman

Matt Reeves take on the Caped Crusader trades comic book tropes for a exciting, tangling crime thriller.

Text: Magnus Groth-Andersen
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Uncharted (2022)Score

Uncharted (2022)

Nathan Drake is back! This time on the big screen, but with just as many epic action-sequences and fantastical treasures to find as in the games!

Text: Martin Lindgaard Svane
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House of GucciScore

House of Gucci

House of Gucci is filled with caricatured Italian performances and lots of smoke and espresso, but unfortunately has no memorable substance.

Text: Martin Lindgaard Svane
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Red NoticeScore

Red Notice

Netflix's $200 million project is never particularly good, but is also never particularly bad.

Text: Petter Hegevall
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FinchScore

Finch

If you ever doubted that Tom Hanks isn't the finest actor of this generation, this Apple TV+ film helps rectify that.

Text: Ben Lyons
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EternalsScore

Eternals

Marvel's latest action-packed epic follows a bunch of immortal beings as they re-group to defend humanity from ancient enemies.

Text: Magnus Groth-Andersen
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The French DispatchScore

The French Dispatch

Chess revolution, prison art and kidnapping drama. Wes Anderson's quirky journalistic romance is a pure and simply enjoyable film.

Text: André Lamartine
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The Last DuelScore

The Last Duel

Ridley Scott's medieval trial drama features a stacked cast, and tells the story of France's last legal duel.

Text: André Lamartine
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Monster Hunter: Legends of the GuildScore

Monster Hunter: Legends of the Guild

The Netflix adaptation of Capcom's iconic series serves up a more faithful adaptation than W.S. Anderson's feature film, but still struggles to impress.

Text: Kieran Harris
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Free GuyScore

Free Guy

We've all seen the story before, but never told in this intriguing way.

Text: André Lamartine