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Film reviews: Unfriended: Dark Web

Damon Smith
WRITER-director Stephen Susco's belated sequel to the 2014 horror thriller Unfriended retains the neat stylistic conceit of piecing together a fractured narrative in windows that appear on a central character's laptop screen.

Cinema Day returns with 29 events across the north

CINEMA Day is back with 29 events taking place across Northern Ireland including a screening of Paddington 2 at Crumlin Road Gaol in Belfast and a Steven Spielberg double-bill at Derry's Nerve Centre.

Film review: The Darkest Minds

Damon Smith
ADAPTED from the first instalment of a trilogy of young-adult novels penned by Alexandra Bracken, The Darkest Minds conjures dystopian nightmares that will be achingly familiar to fans of The Hunger Games and Divergent series.

Film review: Sgt Stubby: An Unlikely Hero

Damon Smith
BRAVERY on two and four legs during the First World War wags the tail of director Richard Lanni's charming if lightweight computer-animated history lesson.

Film review: Ant-man And The Wasp

Damon Smith
EARLIER this summer, larger-than-life characters from the Marvel Comics galaxy united to combat the threat of mighty Thanos in the superhero showdown, Avengers: Infinity War.

Film review: Teen Titans Go! To The Movies

Damon Smith
THE long-running animated TV series Teen Titans Go!, a tongue-in-cheek spin-off from the DC Comics universe, makes its big-screen debut with a grin-inducing flourish thanks to co-directors Peter Rida Michail and Aaron Horvath.

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