Throughout 80’s cinema there was a spike in buddy-cop action comedies, creating an entire sub-genre of movies that defined an era that to this day, is rarely seen matched.
The Notorious Conor McGregor is the subject of this latest documentary about the fighter’s rise to the top of the MMA world.
Written and directed by Russian filmmaker Pavel Chukhray, Cold Tango is the story of a young Jewish man whose love for a woman is obstructed by the atrocities of war, politics, and the complexities of human emotions.
Loving Vincent is the first ever feature length film done entirely with oil paintings and is directed by Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman.
In life, you don’t get the future you deserve, but the one that resembles you the most.
Renowned director Kathryn Bigelow’s latest, Detroit, is set during the 1967 Detroit riots and stars John Boyega, Will Poulter and Anthony Mackie.
Christmas comes early in Bad Moms 2 with the return of the fun-seeking, booze-loving ‘Bad Moms’ trio as they struggle to survive both the festive period and their own mothers.
Bolshoy takes us into the world of a high class ballet school where the students are pushed to their limits of skill, essentially growing up where literally every step they make is judged by their peers.
Jigsaw marks the 8th film in the Saw series, and whilst it presents itself as a semi-reboot of the franchise, it really is a case of – seen one Saw film, seen them all.
In 1922, a female victim is wrongly murdered and thrown into a country well, only to return and haunt the terrified protagonist in the form of a vengeful spirit.
George Clooney directs this entertaining, well-cast film-noir tale of crime rippling through the peaceful 1959 town of Suburbicon.
Thor: Ragnarok sees Thor battling his old friend Hulk, while trying to play nice with his brother Loki, while trying to save his homeland from destruction, and many other things.