It isn’t all smooth sailing when Drac and his quirky family embark on a holiday like no other aboard the world’s first-ever…
Chilean director Sebastián Lelio offers a forbidden love story set within the insular context of an Orthodox Jewish community in his first English-language feature, Disobedience.
George Clooney and Brad Pitt’s reboot of the 1960’s film Ocean’s Eleven was an overwhelming box office success grossing over $450 million worldwide when it opened in 2001. Directed by Steven Soderbergh, who’d won an Oscar that very same year for Traffic, the star-studded affair was a stylistic shift from the traditional heist film with personalities driving audience intrigue.
Marvel fans in mourning since watching Thanos’ will play out in the final 20-minutes of Avengers: Infinity War finally have news worth cheering about, with Jake Gyllenhaal set to feature in his first superhero movie.
Mothers come in all shapes and sizes, and there’s no better place to bear witness to that than on the big screen. With Mother’s Day just around the corner, let’s celebrate by paying tribute to the top 10 unforgettable movie mothers of the last few decades.
If you think the premise behind Amy Schumer’s latest romp I Feel Pretty seems familiar, you’d be right. Switch out Schumer for Jack Black and insert Tony Robbins in place of a motivating SoulCycle trainer and you’ll find this well-intentioned romantic comedy bears a striking resemblance to 2001’s Shallow Hal.
Prepare to see Martin Freeman face-off against the undead in the post-apocalyptic thriller Cargo, set in Outback Australia.
If you’re going to make a film that will likely insult an entire country, you’d better make certain it holds up. With Veep creator Armando Iannucci at the helm, along with a star-studded cast including comedy royalty in Michael Palin, The Death of Stalin should impress. But doesn’t. Instead, this British satire may be off-putting to even the most non-PC western audiences.
Big Little Lies star Shailene Woodley’s latest project Adrift is a film about the resilience of the human spirit in the face of overwhelming odds.
The Shape of Water and Guillermo del Toro win the Best Picture and Best Director Oscar respectively at the 90th Annual Academy Awards.
Netflix dropped the first trailer for the Jared Leto-starring film The Outsider – a crime-thriller centering on a Westerner’s immersion into the dangerous criminal underworld of the Yakuza.
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.
Whether your allegiance is with Marvel or DC, there’s no denying that the Joker is one of the greatest comic book villains of all time, and Joaquin Phoenix, one of the best of actors of his generation.
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.
Tom Cruise is back to his death-defying ways as Ethan Hunt in the 6th instalment of the Mission Impossible action franchise.
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.
Actors Andy Serkis and Tiffany Haddish announced the nominations for the 90th Academy Awards overnight – throwing sharp curve-balls our way in the process.