Judy & Punch is magic. It’s dark and twisted and will have you laughing at events you’d ordinarily react to in horror. It will also have you flinching and looking away from the screen as your stomach churns. But most importantly, you won’t be able to look away.
Tag: Drama Films
With a slight Oscar buzz about it, James Mangold’s latest film Ford v Ferrari roars onto our screens with a rev of the engine and a whiff of excitement.
Starring a cast of mostly amateur actors, Imogen Thomas’s debut film Emu Runner offers a delicate rendering of a young girl’s grief. In the rural NSW town of Brewarrina, the sudden death of a young mother leaves a family reeling.
A rumination on youth, success, relationships, paralysis and fading, Pain and Glory offers a poignant insight into the life of an acclaimed, aging director. Pedro Almodóvar directs Antonio Banderas in a self-modelled role to explore with great subtlety the reflectiveness evoked when an individual’s physical impasse is reached.
The director of Beasts of the Southern Wild (2012) returns with his latest, a reimagining of the classic Peter Pan tale with the film, Wendy.
Apple recently entered the streaming game with its TV+ service and they have now unveiled their first foray into motion picture distribution.
The unlikeliest of boy bands, ten Cornish fishermen will have you tapping along to sea shanties in the buttery feel-good flick Fisherman’s Friends.
The Fox News network TV station and its leader are the source of a scandal in the upcoming film Bombshell, based on real events.
Alicia Vikander gets embroiled in a love triangle with dangerous consequences in the new psychological thriller film Earthquake Bird.
Judy & Punch features Aussies Mia Wasikowska and Damon Herriman in a dynamic live-action reinterpretation of a famous 17th-century puppet show.
Antonio Banderas stars in Pain and Glory, a film which earned him a best actor award at 2019’s Cannes Film Festival.
Sam Mendes’ new wartime epic, 1917, features a risky mission that if successful, will save the lives of over a thousand troopers.
Oscar-winning director Sam Mendes has decided to shoot his latest film, 1917, as a single-shot feature as showcased in this new video.
Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman gets a new trailer and it features all of the mafia movie goodness you can hope for from the legendary director.