The extraordinary life and love associated with legendary French engineer Gustave Eiffel are disappointingly only briefly explored in this romantic period piece.
In 2020, in the height of a global pandemic, The Killing of Two Lovers, written and directed by Robert Machoian, premieres at the Sundance Film Festival.
Sandra Bullock may have put in some of her best work as a convicted felon in the hard drama film The Unforgivable.
Matt Reeves’ The Batman has received a new trailer and it features the most ruthless Batman depicted on the big screen.
Halle Berry plays a washed-up MMA fighter given a second chance at glory when her life takes a downward turn in Bruised.
Tom Hanks plays a man who builds a robot to protect his dog in the post-apocalyptic feel-good film Finch for Apple.
The film from Pablo Larraín dives deep behind the scenes of Princess Diana and her marriage and life in the British Monarchy.
Ride the Eagle heroically dismantles the victimhood of estrangement in an unconventional, moving portrait of family love.
Jake Gyllenhaal takes front and centre stage in the new Netflix thriller The Guilty from acclaimed director Antoine Fuqua.
Irish-born Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast promises to remind viewers of the importance of family emotionally wrapped in a 60s-set coming-of-age tale.
Language Lessons is a poignant tale of a burgeoning friendship across seas and devices starring Natalie Morales and Mark Duplass.
Disclosure is a confronting tale about two close couples whose friendships implode through the allegation that one of their children was sexually abused by the other.
After the band Sparks’ two previous failed attempts to make a musical film, first with Italian slapstick actor Jacques Tati, then with Tim Burton, the third time is the charm in French filmmaker Leos Carax’s Annette.
Although Edson Oda’s Nine Days features a good concept about existentialism and the decisions we make in life, the final product isn’t as good as the concepts it tackles and ends up leaving a pretentious aftertaste.