A fun-filled sequel that dials everything – including the ridiculousness – up to 11, with some stellar performances, great effects, and genuinely funny moments, even if the plot is a bit cookie-cutter.
A fun-filled, cameo-packed advert for museums everywhere with plenty to enjoy, even if there isn't a huge amount of depth.
A really well crafted take on the concept of immortality with exceptional action and some brilliant performances from the main cast.
A totally fine TV movie that had just enough star power and one great song, but it doesn't feel like it's ageing too well.
Who knew that Hollywood would manage to produce a movie that somehow does the ridiculous spectacle of Eurovision justice, whilst crafting an entertaining and surprisingly musical comedy in the process.
A fascinating mixture of creative talents leads to a fairly lacklustre and amateurish attempt at meta storytelling. It's weird and there are some brilliant performances, but I'm not sure it ever manages to justify it's own decisions.
Comfort food in film form. There's nothing overly nourishing on offer, but it's still highly enjoyable and will leave you feeling all warm and full-up of good vibes.
More pantomime than reality, but somehow that works out very much in its favour, becoming a rare sequel that appears to have improved on the original in just about every way. Funnier, more quotable, and with an expanded all-star cast; a whole lot of fun.
A fun flick with more depth and talent than it ever needed, which has helped it hold up nearly 20 years later.
A fun return to the franchise, nicely reimagined and with a great cast, but lacking polish and suffering from a lacklustre plot.
A wonderful, revolving cast of great British comedians and personalities, set against a genuinely novel and interesting quiz format, make this a classic of modern television, regardless of whether Fry or Toksvig is sat in the big seat.
A totally typical rom-com with some genuinely funny, quirky moments and a decent cast, but it won't light your world on fire.