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Repertory Rundown: What to Watch in London This Week, From Little Women to Sergio Leone

From classics to cult favourites, our team highlight some of the best one-off screenings and re-releases showing this week in the capital

Oppenheimer review – relentlessly gripping and gargantuan account about the weight of genius

Christopher Nolan's epic take on the "Father of the Atomic Bomb" is a compulsive culmination of the director's career so far

Air review – a feature-length shoe advert elevated by a superb cast

Whilst its status as a corporate exercise is unavoidable, Ben Affleck's nostalgic underdog story has laughs and charm in spades

Shazam! Fury of the Gods review – DC sequel makes an uncompelling case for its own existence

Though there are a few nice ideas, this follow-up to the surprisingly good 2019 original is bogged down by the genre's worst instincts

Creed III review – Michael B. Jordan delivers a knockout threequel

The actor and now director plays the essential Rocky hits, all while confirming Jonathan Majors as Hollywood's Next Big Thing

Cat Person review – adds nothing meaningful to the feminist film canon

Emilia Jones and Nicholas Braun headline an adaptation of the acclaimed short story that can't help but feel dated in its message

Queen of Glory review – authentic comedy of a second-generation immigrant

Writer-director Nana Mensah's low-budget debut marks her as a talent to watch, though her film is slightly marred by its third act

20 Best Films of 2022 (So Far)

With the year at the halfway point, our writers choose their favourite films, from Bollywood bangers to belated blockbusters

The White Tiger review – tale of Indian class warfare is uneven, righteous fun

Writer-director Ramin Bahrani's adaptation of the acclaimed novel isn't quite "this year's Parasite," but still offers plenty of thrills

The Midnight Sky review – Arctic sci-fi hampered by glacial pacing

George Clooney's first movie appearance in almost five years ends up as a long walk to nowhere, baffling and boring in equal measure