After 35 years of marriage, Sandra (Imelda Staunton) stumbles upon her husband Mike (John Sessions) in the cellar with their close friend Pam (Josie Lawrence) – Pam’s tacky red lipstick smeared across his face. And so it goes in the British comedy-drama from director Richard Loncraine, Finding Your Feet.
Tag: Drama Films
A Fantastic Woman follows a transgender woman called Marina (Danela Vega), who after the death of her older boyfriend Orlando (Francisco Reyes) tries to move forward, but struggles with his bias family as she figures out what to do next with her life.
In what is shaping up to be a good year in horror, comes another promising trailer in the form of Marrowbone, featuring a stellar cast of young, rising stars.
By now you may have heard about the breakout hit Lady Bird, the first motion picture directed by actress/director Greta Gerwig and starring young standout, Saorise Ronan.
The new supernatural horror film, A Quiet Place, is the directorial debut of usual funny-guy John Krasinski, who also stars alongside his off-screen wife Emily Blunt.
Stronger is the true story of Jeff Bauman, who lost both of his legs in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings and inadvertently became a symbol of hope and heroism for the city.
Studios routinely use January-February as a dumping ground for their un-loved films; genre movies with B-list actors that earn neither critical nor commercial success. Den of Thieves may appear to meet the criteria, but don’t let that deceive you. It’s a gritty character-driven thriller that doesn’t play to the stereotypical, and works hard in its 140-minute runtime to shake the ‘dump’ month stigma.
In 2013, former pro-skier turned “poker princess” Molly Bloom was arrested by the FBI for operating an illegal high-stakes poker game. Molly’s Game – the directorial debut from award-winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin with actor Jessica Chastain in the title role – is the true story of this woman’s upward trajectory within the world of underground poker and how it all came crashing down.
I, Tonya is a biopic film about a woman named Tonya Harding; an ex-figure skater who found herself connected to an attack on her skating rival, Nancy Kerrigan in 1994.
A sad, sad movie with a comic undertone, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri follows a mother who uses three billboards to challenge the police in her small town, after her daughter is murdered and the culprit never caught.
You know the feeling; you’re scanning through the endless titles on a streaming service, you’ve been burned before, taking a risk on an unknown Netflix original film. Will it be as ridiculous as Bright? Or good, like, um… I’m sure there was a good Netflix original film we all liked, right? Just can’t think of anything right now is all… Off the top of my head… They’re there though. Surely. Aren’t they? Surely. Sure they are.
Based on the popular stage production which toured in the UK and then around Australia, Ghost Stories comes to life on the big screen from the creators of The League of Gentlemen (who also wrote and produced the play), and starring Martin Freeman.
Guillermo del Toro’s fantasy drama film The Shape of Water at its core, features a strange love story between the film’s mute protagonist Elisa (Sally Hawkins) and an amphibian humanoid creature.
Every Day is an upcoming indie film with a twist on the classic teen romance movie, featuring a large cast of young talented actors and actresses with Angourie Rice in the lead role as Rhiannon.