Hollywood’s biggest stars feature in the fun new action-adventure film Red Notice for Netflix.
Language Lessons is a poignant tale of a burgeoning friendship across seas and devices starring Natalie Morales and Mark Duplass.
Dan Stevens and Maren Eggert star in the German science-fiction romance film I’m Your Man, and it looks full of heart and charm.
Free Guy uses a quippy concept of an open-world multiplayer video game combined with The Truman Show (1998) to try and deliver a witty and entertaining popcorn flick. Its charm fades away quickly, and it drags a lot in its second half; at least Jodie Comer is there to lift its low moments.
Four middle-aged friends relive an exciting Euro trip from their youth in the new comedy film, Off the Rails.
A new generation of young Ghostbusters is teased in the latest trailer for Ghostbusters: Afterlife.
Dating Amber centres on Eddie and Amber, two gay teenagers who fake a romantic relationship at school to convince their tormenting classmates they are straight and otherwise ‘normal’.
Beware of a woman with nothing to lose. The Icelandic political thriller, The County, sees a farming woman single-handedly take on the stand-over co-op responsible for the death of her loved husband and enslaving her farming community as cash cows.
Seconds after becoming a first-time dad and barely afforded time to share the joy of being a new parent, Matt’s wife dies and thrusts him into fatherhood alone.
Ron’s Gone Wrong is a new animated film that sees a boy befriending a quirky best-friend-in-a-box-type robot.
Jean-Claude Van Damme once again receives mainstream airtime with the new French action comedy film, The Last Mercenary.
Disney continues their live-action adaptations, this time for the better, with a prequel about the famous villainess from 101 Dalmatians (1961), Cruella.
More than ever, many directors want to tackle the aspect of social media and its impact on today’s culture. Most that try to deliver a message on this subject fail to entertain or engage, and unfortunately, Gia Coppola’s new film, Mainstream, does the same.
What do you get when you combine a love for cinema, a quirky family, robots who are taking over the world, and the producers behind The Lego Movie (2014)? You get the fascinating, charming, and hilarious Netflix animated film, The Mitchells vs. the Machines.
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