For anyone who loves movies, Boxing Day is the most exciting day at the cinema. While it's scorchingly hot outside, you can enjoy the AC with one of the year's biggest releases.
This week, we've got every film covered for the big day - though you can catch many of these films at advanced screenings, or even on Christmas Day itself in many of the capital cities!
So take a look through our collection of Boxing Day films, and let us know if you agree with our reviews of these highly-anticipated movies.
A film about family dynamics, it's in the quiet observation of working-class parents and their children that 83-year-old Ken Loach's latest film hits its nuanced, deeply emotional notes.
If 'Shoplifters' was a beautifully-crafted painting, this would be stick figure doodles. Catherine Deneuve gives the best performance, with Juliette Binoche and Ethan Hawke criminally underutilised.
This is a rare and precious film, breathtaking in its craft and intensely honest in its passions, and one of the best films of this or any year. This is great, great cinema.
Through his use of music and uncanny ability to find humour and heart in the darkest of moments, Taika Waititi has created a story that gives the power back to the persecuted and hope to the lost.
The film is punchy, landing some great jokes that will make you laugh out loud, with an entertaining, slightly predictable story. It wasn't as good as the original, but it is full of family fun!
It's a boring musical with forgettable songs and uninteresting choreography... and then it also fails as a bad film, since it offers no batshit fun. So the big question: who is this for?