James Wan’s Aquaman is the least serious entry into DC’s slate of films, and may even be the least serious comic-book movie we’ve seen to date.
Films which explore internet culture have become increasingly common with two entries already this year, Ready Player One (2018) and Eighth Grade (2018), commenting on how our online behaviours impact offline relationships.
Throughout The Favourite, Abigail Hill (Emma Stone) and the Duchess of Marlborough, Lady Sarah Churchill (Rachel Weisz), use the sport of pigeon shooting as a way of delivering cut-throat exchanges towards one another, going as far to fire blanks and splatter animal blood on the other to be imposing.
Kusama: Infinity finally highlights an incredible talent.
Like a beaten Volkswagen Beetle in need of a service, the Transformers film series has been long overdue for repairs with audiences gradually losing interest in the franchise.
Set a couple of decades after she’d first visited the Banks children, Mary Poppins (Emily Blunt), by way of a magical flying kite, returns to the Banks home.
‘Let’s do this one last time’ narrates Peter Parker in the opening scene of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse from Sony Pictures Animation, fully acknowledging an overuse of the character in film.
You’ll probably be wondering why this movie was called Peppermint for hours after seeing it. Being that it was the flavour of an ice cream only referenced once in the entire movie, it’s pretty easy to miss the relevance.
There was a lot of hype surrounding Peter Jackson’s new film Mortal Engines, hype that I feel was all talk and no walk. After having watched the trailer, I felt I’d seen the whole movie. Then I watched the whole movie and what do you know, I definitely could have just left it at the trailer.
Dancers. A party. Vinyl. Sangria. These are the story-summarising title cards featured in the trailer from provocative director Gaspar Noe in his 2018 French-musical-horror spectacle Climax.
Overlord wastes no time in telling you what kind of movie it’s going to be. A no-holds-barred war film that involves Nazi superhumans reads like a typical B-movie on paper, but Overlord has the budget to push the visuals and gore effects to new heights and doesn’t disappoint in that department.
The Coming Back Out Ball Movie is an observational documentary, focusing on a group of elderly LGBTI+.
Creed II is one of the better additions to the Rocky franchise. Bringing to a cathartic climax the emotional tensions of the previous Creed movie, as well as the first four Rocky films.
Not so much the story of a racehorse as it is the story of a boy finding his way in a lonely world, Lean on Pete captures the sad reality of youth living in poverty within a society that has all but forgotten it.