When you’re about to watch a Transformers film, you know what to expect: cars turning into robots, sexualised women, and explosions a-plenty. The fifth vehicle (pun definitely intended) of the Transformers, Transformers: The Last Knight, doesn’t exceed expectations – it merely fulfils them.
Dare I say First Girl I Loved is a near perfect blend of Andrea Arnold’s Fishtank meets Blue Is The Warmest Color? Dare I say it’s even better? As I lay in my puddle of confused emotions, I confidently shout “yes”, and once you see it I dare you to defy it.
Whitney Houston, as we know her, was a meteorically talented singer battling the demon of addiction – a demon that ultimately killed her. But who was she behind the bright lights of stardom and the alluring darkness of drugs and drink? Whitney: Can I Be Me seeks to give us a taste of the real Whitney.
The history of cinema has known many great adaptations of the works of William Shakespeare. 1948 brought us the big screen version of Hamlet; 1968 brought us Romeo and Juliet; 1989 gave us Henry V; and now, it is time for us to welcome the latest great Shakespearean feature film, that most definitely deserves to be given as much popularity as the mentioned adaptions of the past – 2011’s Coriolanus!
Pixar has arguably one of the movie industry’s best records, but the Cars movies don’t seem to have the same universal love of say, the Toy Story or Monsters Inc. franchises. This doesn’t mean they are necessarily bad films; far from it, as Cars 3 manages to entertain nonetheless.
Who knew discussing men’s issues could be so controversial in filmmaker Cassie Jay’s latest documentary film, The Red Pill?
All Eyez on Me chronicles the life story of one of the greatest and most influential rap music stars, the late Tupac Shakur.
The Scarlett Johansson-led Rough Night sees a bachelorette night go horribly wrong after five friends accidentally kill a stripper.
Two Finnish backpackers find work in an outback pub in the remote town of Coolgardie, Western Australia; a pub full of tragic townsfolk.
The Mummy is an entertaining, yet somewhat mediocre attempt at reviving the classic Monsters film series for Universal, now known as Dark Universe.
Wonder Woman joins the DC Extended Universe with her own feature film, and it’s one that should please fans and DC skeptics alike.
In Baywatch, Lifeguard Mitch (Dwayne Johnson) works with his team of fellow lifeguards to uncover a sinister plot that threatens ‘the Bay’.
In 2010’s Beginners, writer-director Mike Mills explored his father coming out as gay five years before his death. 20th Century Women is a love letter to his late mother, and it successfully captures the complexities surrounding both her and the film’s other titular characters.