If you're looking to find out what's new in cinemas around Ireland, you've come to the right place.

We tell you what movies are unmissable and which you'll want to avoid. As well as what's new in cinemas, we have a weekly pick of what's still showing.


What's new in cinemas


us-movie Jordan Peele's 'Us'

Adelaide Wilson (Lupita Nyong'o) returns to the beaches of Santa Cruz thirty-three years after a traumatic event, for a holiday with her husband (Wilson Duke) and two children (Evan Alex and Shahadi Wright Joseph). However, their peace is cut short when a family that looks just like them appears in their driveway and begins to terrorise them.

"By equal measure shocking, smart, sophisticated and stunning, 'Us' is a bold and uncompromising entry into the canon of modern horror."

Read our 4/5 stars review here.


Ben is Back

Lucas Hedges and Julia Roberts star in Ben Is Back

A drug addicted teenage boy who is currently undergoing treatment in rehab shows up unexpectedly at his family's home on Christmas Eve. While mother Holly (Julia Roberts) is delighted that Ben (Lucas Hedges) is back, his stepfather Neal (Courtney B. Vance) and sister Ivy (Kathryn Newton) are sceptical about his return.

"Hedges and Roberts’ performances are absolutely fundamental to making ‘Ben is Back’ work and both of them 100% deliver."

Read our 3.5/5 stars review here.


The White Crow

Ralph Fiennes and Oleg Ivenko in 'The White Crow'

The incredible true story of legendary dancer Rudolf Nureyev is brought vividly to life by Academy Award-nominee Ralph Fiennes and BAFTA winning screenwriter David Hare. 'The White Crow' is a gripping, revelatory look at a unique artist who transformed the world of ballet forever.

See the trailer here.


What to avoid

What Men Want

Josh Brener and Taraji P. Henson in What Men Want

Ali Davis (Taraji P. Henson) is a top sports agent but finds herself shut out of the dominantly male environment. After drinking a ‘potion’ from a psychic at her friend's hen party, Ali realises she can hear the inner thoughts of all the men around her. She decides to use the newfound ability to her advantage.

"It’s just not as funny, progressive or challenging as the concept would have allowed it to be."

Read our 2.5/5 stars review here.


Still showing

Captain Marvel

captain-marvel 'Captain Marvel'

Set in 1995, ‘Captain Marvel’ follows Carol Danvers (Brie Larson), a former U.S. Air Force fighter pilot, as she turns into one of the galaxy's mightiest heroes.

"‘Captain Marvel’ gives everything a fan girl or boy could want – spectacle, action, heart, and inspiration."

Read our 4/5 stars review here.