Gringo is reminiscent of the early Tarantino and Coen-brothers films that dominated the mid-90’s. Sadly, director Nash Edgerton lacks the skill and finesse to bring the multiple plots and double-crossing characters together with the same style.
Charlize Theron delivers a powerful, fearless performance showing the messy, exhausting reality of motherhood in Tully, from director Jason Reitman.
Australian talent shines in Breath, a beautiful adaptation of Tim Winton’s award-winning novel about teenage self-discovery through surfing.
Rungano Nyoni’s debut film I Am Not a Witch is a unique and strangely captivating film, portraying superstitions surrounding witchcraft that still exist in rural parts of Africa.
Blockers offers a new angle on the well-worn coming of age story about teenagers losing their virginity, exploring it from the parent’s perspective, with hilarious and at times ridiculous results.
Benicio Del Toro, Josh Brolin and writer Taylor Sheridan return for the follow-up to the highly acclaimed 2015 cartel crime thriller Sicario, in the new trailer for Sicario: Day of the Soldado.
A Plastic Ocean is an important documentary, exposing the devastating and wide reaching effects that mankind’s most prolific invention is having on the fragile eco-system of the oceans.
In the Fade features a powerful portrayal from Diane Kruger, of the devastating damage caused by terrorists to those left behind.
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.
Swinging Safari is a nostalgic look back at 1970’s Australia that will have you laughing while you reminisce about long forgotten memorabilia/artifacts.
Eleventh Hour replacement Christopher Plummer excels as oil tycoon J.P. Getty in Ridley’s Scott’s heavily publicized kidnapping drama, All the Money in the World.
Downsizing is a refreshingly original dark comedy with a conscience that will leave a big impact.
The Tim Winton award-winning novel about the reckless nature of youth, Breath, is beautifully brought to life on the big screen in this first trailer.
A first look at Spielberg’s highly anticipated political drama shows Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep taking on the Supreme Court to ensure the rights of free press.
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