A behind the curtain peak at the male-dominated, misogynistic and often-ageist world of television, Late Night is a timely #MeToo take on the struggle women face to make it - and stay relevant - in the media industry.
An intimate, riveting and serious biopic that explores the life of the legendary American astronaut Neil Armstrong from the start of his journey in 1961, up to the moment in 1969 when he first set foot on the moon.
Following last year's Infinity War, which saw the Mad Titan Thanos successfully wipe out half the universe with a click of his fingers, Marvel Studios bring us Avengers: Endgame, the conclusion to a saga spanning 11 years and 22 films, which arrives as one of the most anticipated films of a generation.
Those expecting a straight forward feel-good sing-along musical from Elton John biopic Rocketman should strap in - because it's actually a hedonistic rollercoaster that acts as a warning of the darker side of fame.
Lupita Nyong'o stars as mother of two Adelaide Wilson who, during a family holiday, returns to the scene of a childhood trauma only to come face to face with her psychotic double and those of her family.
After the much-publicised troubles that have beset this movie, it comes as a pleasant surprise that Bohemian Rhapsody is such a fun ride, with a roster of superb concert recreations, including Life Aid - where Queen gave what many consider the greatest rock performance of all time.