A statue of a polar bear affectionately named Barry White stands tall in a Cincinnati library run by Stuart Goodson (Emilio Estevez).
Despite being extremely Instagram-able, the Kiwi’s that brave the Camino de Santiago trail in the documentary film Camino Skies are in search of something greater than superficiality.
When he’s not screaming “I did it for the nookie” to thousands of fans on stage, Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst spends his time making movies – terrible movies I might add.
Jon Favreau’s 2019 live-action remake of Disney’s classic The Lion King (1994) features everything you loved about the original animated feature just with slightly less… Animation?
The B-grade-looking horror movie Crawl is produced by Sam Raimi and directed by Alexandre Aja (whose still yet to better 2003’s High Tension).
If you can separate Dave Bautista from his iconic role as Drax the Destroyer in Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), you’re in for a good time with the new comedy Stuber starring Kumail Nanjiani.
Booksmart is the latest entry into the high school teen-comedy sub-genre and it leaves a mark, but is it good enough to sit alongside the greats?
Visually arresting and equally enthralling, Scandinavian cinema is continuing to cement itself as a major player on the global circuit. Hlynur Palmason’s A White, White Day is an impressive addition to the growing Scandi film canon and has already garnered significant praise.
It’s always a great joy to see a film sequel surpass the original and Spider-Man: Far From Home does that on virtually every front.
An outrageous scene involving a soon-to-be-nun spitting out Jesus Christ’s blood did not stop the critically reviled film The Nun (2018) from becoming the highest grossing film within The Conjuring Universe; a film series launched by what is recognised as arguably the best horror movie of this millennia.
Talking about the proverbial script that the studio practically invented with the original Toy Story to ensure the success of a fun-filled family adventure film with heart.
The saying goes that every dog has its day but in the case of Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures’ The Secret Life of Pets series, they have found themselves a weekend.
If there’s one franchise nobody wanted to be rebooted, it’s Men in Black. After Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones hit pay dirt with the fun sci-fi themed original in 1997, earning a whopping $589 million at the box office, two horrible sequels followed and quickly put an end to the series.
Wild Rose is about big dreams with even bigger collateral damage.