It’s been 3 years since Darren Aronofsky’s last film Noah (2014) – which was a disaster – but the famous filmmaker also known for Black Swan (2010) and Requiem for a Dream (2000) is once again making headlines with his new film, Mother!
When the Kingsman come under attack, they must unite with their American counterparts, the Statesmen, in order to defeat a common enemy.
The new Netflix Original film #REALITYHIGH is a teen-movie for the Instagram generation that uses social media throughout the film.
In what seems like an attempt to start up another Jason Bourne type franchise, American Assassin falls short due to a lacklustre screenplay and a somewhat bland lead performance, but there is still some fun to be had here.
Believe it or not, being proven wrong is the most magical experience you can ever have. Or at least, when you’re a reviewer, it can be.
When Gary marries the woman of his dreams, he is shocked to find out his new stepson may be the literal antichrist, in Little Evil.
The immense hype IT has built has been of blockbuster proportions, with the highest number of views ever recorded for a movie trailer on YouTube. So the big question is, does it live up to it? Yes and no, is the only answer that comes to mind.
On the surface, Girls Trip looks to be nothing but another ‘girls-go-bad-for-a-weekend’ gross-out comedy trying to catch on to the success of Bridesmaids (2011) – but when you take a closer look behind the stock-standard characters, it has much more to say to its audience.
From the opening minutes of Gifted, most of us will be fairly sure how it will end. But for a film that deals in sentiment and predictability, it actually manages to hit almost all the right notes.
Crime pays. It pays big, until it doesn’t. Barry Seal (Tom Cruise) experiences this first-hand in American Made – based on an extraordinary true story.
Have you ever been to see one of those films where it’s so uninspiring that you can’t find the words to explain why it was so uninspiring?
The Netflix Original film Okja, directed by Bong Joon-ho was released on 28 June 2017 and has since become one of their most popular and talked about films.
Damien Power’s debut feature finds its strength in the familiar. The tried and true slasher formula is introduced and then destroyed in Killing Ground – a dark Australian thriller that is so much more than it seems.