Netflix has plenty of classic films in its catalogue – and in recent years, the streaming service has also produced some remarkably original films of its own, from the animal rights satire Okja to the Oscar-favourite Roma. But for every award-winning drama, there are just as many trashy B-movies (such as the risible romance A Christmas Prince).
The latest iteration of Robin Hood, released by Lionsgate, has turned out to be 2018’s biggest bomb yet, having made only $14 million (£10.9) in a five-day opening against a budget of just under $100 (£128.3) million.
If you were a child when Sabrina the Teenage Witch was a big deal, you’ll have fond memories of sassy sorceress Melissa Joan Hart, her kooky aunts Hilda and Zelda, her devoted floppy-haired boyfriend Harvey and, of course, Salem, the fairly unconvincing but charming animatronic talking cat.
Oscars 2018, as it happened: George Osborne joins Kendall Jenner and Matt Smith at the afterparties