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The Time Traveler's Wife is a tale for those who believe love lasts a lifetime.
The Essex Serpent proves itself to be a tempestuous tale of heart over head, with generous lashings of irrationality over solid reason.
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The Staircase is a contemporary thriller that asks what some people are prepared to do for love.
Lucasfilm has released a new trailer for Obi-Wan Kenobi, the upcoming six-part Disney+ series, as part of its Star Wars Day celebrations.
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In the wake of his retirement from acting for medical reasons earlier this year, we only have a few new Bruce Willis projects left to savour.
Prime Video delivers a new Chris Pine thriller and a high-concept dating series this month.
The return of 'Stranger Things' is the highlight of the streamer's May offering.
Ewan McGregor's return to the 'Star Wars' universe is the centrepiece of May on Disney's streaming service.
When audiences watched Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman) as his business partner dissolved in acid, it delivered a statement of intent.
Not sure what to watch? There's something for everyone on the UK streaming platforms this weekend.
Slick, stylised and polished in every sense, Ten Percent comes on like Extras with lashings of PR farce.
Bill Hader and Henry Winkler's HBO hit-man turned actor series returns in some style, but it's Antony Corrigan's Noho Hank stealing all the limelight again.
Netflix's Natasha Lyonne show Russian Doll returns for a second season, but does it capture the magic of the first?