This Boxing Day, we're in for a day guaranteed to entertain film buffs - we're getting access to not just 2022's top cinema - we're being treated to top-star animations, dark comedies from the best in the business, and colourful biopics.
We're covering every single film 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. We'll keep adding to this page as more reviews come in, so make sure you keep checking back for the latest verdicts!
For all its shortcomings, 'Triangle of Sadness' is an entertaining dive into the lives of the rich and the famous, even if the dive is as shallow as its characters are made out to be. Thank goodness the laughs make it worth it.
You leave wanting to sit in the calmness of the film's sadness, the echoes of these extraordinary characters ringing in your ears, the weight of their lives heavy in your heart. Ridiculous and witty, beautiful and heartbreaking, we are left enraptured.
It's delightfully agreeable and pleasant to sit through, with enough comedy to keep you entertained, and enough adventure to keep you interested.
Landing neatly on its feet as one of the best animation, action, and family films of the year, it has something for everyone: feet-tapping songs, gorgeous animation, and at its core a heartfelt examination on confronting our mortality without fear of death.
It's a singing crocodile and that's wild at times, but when the film really works it packs everything you could ask for from a musical family adventure.
Fans will be happy - they get their songs and a shiny new starlet worthy of the role. However, film lovers need to try the next cinema over for something worthy of their time and money.