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It seems like every other generation, more or less, gets their Charlie's Angels reboot. The original TV series ran for the second half of the 1970s, while the noughties played host to two film outings for a new version of the team. This time around, we're rebooting the Townsend Agency for an era in which
Conventional wisdom tells us that the story of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table is an utterly timeless one. Certainly, when The Kid Who Would Be King begins with a handsomely animated whistle-stop retelling of that story, there's a comforting familiarity to the tale. And with Attack the Block director Joe Cornish
The tenth instalment in the X-Men franchise, Logan tells the story of an ageing, dying, war-weary Logan trying to make life better for himself and the now senile Charles Xavier, but when a mysterious young girl named Laura Kinney enters Logan’s life, he and Xavier embark on one final adventure before their time is up.
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