The Time of Their Lives is the latest film to feature comedy great Joan Collins, and provides a refreshing comedic drama about living your best life, teaching you that it’s never too late to start living for yourself.
Peter Mackie Burns’ debut Daphne is the anti-romantic comedy of 2017.
Atomic Blonde is a spy-action movie with lots of style and lots of substance – maybe too much substance for its own good.
Nobody can explore the cosmos and film Rooney Mara eating pie quite like David Lowery can in A Ghost Story, this year’s transcendent feature film.
The Big Sick tells the story of a couple from vastly different backgrounds, who have to overcome not only their cultural differences, but also the fact that one of them falls into a coma.
The Elephant Man (1980) tells the true life story of Joseph Merrick (John Hurt), who suffered from severe deformities during his life in late 19th century London.
The upcoming drama Only the Brave tells the extraordinary true story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, and their talent for fighting the most untameable wild fires Arizona had ever seen.
Isaac’s life has reached the lowest of lows; his acting career is going downhill; his acting students are having better luck at the big-time than him; his vision-impaired girlfriend of 10 years is about to leave him and his own family sees him as a massive disappointment. And even as he takes a chance on a new romance, Isaac struggles to define his place in a world that seemingly wants him to suffer.
Director Matt Reeves rounds out the modern Planet of the Apes film series with a blockbuster unlike anything you’d expect, for better or worse.
Love and legacy are two words that come to mind when watching A Monster Calls – a refreshingly mature coming-of-age film based on the low-fantasy children’s novel of the same name.
There’s one thing greater than seeing a cinematic masterpiece, and that’s seeing a cinematic trainwreck! No matter how many times we tell ourselves that we, as modern cinema goers, are highbrow folk who prefer films that are tasteful and inspiring, we all LOVE a good Z-grade flick.
From start to finish, Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk is a symphonic slice of cinematic heaven.