Don’t expect much of a plot in this one, however, Tarantino devotees and/or film purists will find a lot to adore in the acclaimed director’s latest, Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood.
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Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding star in the new feel-good romantic comedy, Last Christmas, from popular director Paul Feig.
While stationed in Afghanistan, a young soldier’s morals are tested when he discovers some disturbing ideas from his commanding officer.
Last week we brought you the trailer for the Nicolas Cage revenge thriller A Score to Settle and this week, we have another Cage classic sure to find its way straight to DVD soon after its cinematic release.
Comedy legend Eddie Murphy has returned to acting after a long hiatus in the upcoming Netflix comedy biopic, Dolemite Is My Name.
As someone who thinks Eli Roth is overrated, I’m always sceptical whenever I see his name attached to a new project.
Shia LaBeouf writes and stars in the film Honey Boy, a semi-autobiographical retelling of his life and career to date.
The world’s most macabre family, the Addams Family, end up in the suburbs with regular folk in the upcoming self-titled animated film.
Check out the Avengers: Endgame Honest Trailer for a perspective on some of the sillier aspects of the world’s most popular film.
The little-known godmother of modern filmmaking, Alice Guy-Blaché is the focus of the insightful documentary film, Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché.
Anyone who has travelled with family and friends can attest to the difficulty of resisting the urge of telling someone to shut up. And that is putting it nicely.
The latest from Nic Cage sees the eccentric actor as an ex-enforcer wrongfully imprisoned for 22 years, who finally gets cut loose and looks for revenge against those who put him there.
Be warned: The gory new trailer for the Aussie horror film The Furies will probably put you off your food.
For a film series quick to preach the importance of family, Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw provides the most realistic portrayal of a family out of all of The Fast and the Furious (2001-) films. A separation.