Based on the 1934 best-selling novel by Agatha Christie, Murder on the Orient Express is a murder-mystery film directed by Kenneth Branagh, who also plays one of the lead roles as Detective Hercule Poirot.
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Director Adam Wingard walked haplessly into the volley fire of internet-trench-warfare in August, as Netflix deployed it’s much anticipated American adaption of Death Note.
With all the buzz regarding the new Spider-Man movie and Tom Holland bringing to life the third attempt of the web-slinger in just 15 years, it’s fun to look back at what was attempted not that long ago. So if you wanted to see how Marvel’s rendition of the wall-crawling hero measures up to Sony’s earlier attempts, never fear, I’ve saved you from having to watch over 4 hours of Peter Parker crying over his dead Uncle Ben, again.
Based on the Japanese Manga series of the same name, Death Note is the latest upcoming film to feature in Netflix’s growing Original film cataologue.
Check out this hilarious re-cut trailer for Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man (2002) to see Tobey Maguire play a perfectly cast villain.
Acclaimed director Zhang Yimou’s The Great Wall lacks any real substance, but it does compensate with some stunning visuals and exciting action sequences.
Patrick Wilson has secured a role in the upcoming DC Comics movie adaptation of Aquaman, that stars Jason Momoa as the title character.
Good news for the local industry with word on the street that James Wan’s Aquaman will be shooting in Australia some time next year.
Zhang Yimou, the director of the upcoming film The Great Wall has defended the choice to cast Matt Damon in the lead role.
It’s all about Matt Damon this week as the trailer for The Great Wall starring Damon and directed by Zhang Yimou has just dropped.
American Dreamz is a multi-layered comedy that satires American politics, talent search shows and the way in which the media moulds and represents its talent through clever marketing and manipulation. The film is effective in achieving this and laughs can be found aplenty, but on occasion it feels like the story drags on.