Being the 5th film in the Pirates franchise, Dead Men Tell No Tales does just enough to bring the series back to its former glory. Keywords – just enough.
The law drama Don’t Tell lacks that gut-punch feeling you’d expect from a film about a sexual abuse survivor at the hands of a church-associated paedophile.
How do you tell the story of King Arthur, a story that’s been told on film many times before while keeping it fresh? Give it to Guy Ritchie.
Forget Ted, forget Johnny Utah, forget Neo. There’s a new Keanu Reeves character in town that eclipses them all – John Wick.
We can surely toss Pork Pie up as the best New Zealand travel ad to come out in quite a while.
In Alien: Covenant, Ridley Scott expands on the lore set up in his first film Prometheus, with the added benefit of a back-to-basics horror approach.
The Zookeeper’s Wife tells the true story of the keepers of the Warsaw Zoo, who saved the lives of hundreds of people, and animals, during World War 2 by sheltering them in their zoo in secret, while Nazis occupied their property.
There’s no studio better than A24 to showcase how guns and child mobsters are one addictive, volatile cocktail in Ben Wheatley’s Free Fire.
Get Out is the first feature film directed by comedic actor/producer Jordan Peele, and he absolutely nails his debut entry into the horror/thriller genre.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is an epic, technicolour smorgasbord of fun-filled galactic adventure, with characters you just can’t help but love.
Director Cate Shortland’s Berlin Syndrome stars Teresa Palmer as Clare, an Australian abroad that winds up in a situation that would be any solo-traveller’s worst nightmare.
The Fate of the Furious is pure, cinematic entertainment; a perfect film for the big-screen experience, in case you were expecting anything less.
Olivier Assayas’ flawed yet mystifying drama Personal Shopper is sure to please those in The Holy Cult of Stewart in a welcome, artistic take on grief and spirituality in the modern world.