Mon Dieu, how I love a French film! The humor, the wine, the quick-witted candor – it all comes together in the…
Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti play a pair of strangers stuck in a time-loop together where forming a relationship is seemingly unavoidable.
The acclaimed Australian author’s novel Dirt Music has been adapted to film, in what looks set to be a melodramatic, emotional journey.
Funny-people David Spade and Lauren Lapkus play the leads in the new Netflix Original comedy film The Wrong Missy.
The Big Sick (2017) director Michael Showalter and actor-comedian Kumail Nanjiani reunite for the new romantic murder-mystery, The Lovebirds.
As one of the few people in the world who doesn’t think Wes Anderson is a genius, his latest flick The French Dispatch is appealing enough thanks to the incredible cast he’s assembled.
Terrence Malick’s latest film is a deep, meditative study on conscience and consequences. Based on the true story of Austrian conscientious objector Franz Jägerstätter, a farmer who refused to swear loyalty to Hitler during WWII and was jailed for his dissidence, A Hidden Life is a visual feast conveying a heartbreaking tale.
In Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s 1868 novel Little Women, die or “get married by the end” are the two options given to aspiring author Josephine “Jo” March (Saoirse Ronan) when negotiating a publishing deal.
Like an exquisite painting itself, Portrait of a Lady on Fire will have you enraptured with its serene beauty, delicate detail, and careful storyline.
Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding star in the new feel-good romantic comedy, Last Christmas, from popular director Paul Feig.
Some movie tropes need to be thrown in a bin with other outdated, overused tropes and the bin needs to be set on fire.
Always Be My Maybe is an upcoming Netflix romantic-comedy film featuring funny-woman Ali Wong and funny-man Randall Park.
Look, I get it. In today’s political climate, you head to the cinema to escape from the saturation of mainstream media and spend a few hours completely oblivious to the dire state of the world. The last thing you want to buy tickets to is another Hollywood US presidency film. But trust me, Long Shot is different.
The Aftermath has the premise and star-studded cast to be a deep and insightful drama, however, it lacks a sense of authenticity to fully command the interest of audiences.
Ever since Twilight (2008) made it desirable for teenagers to be in complicated relationships, the teen-films that have followed continue to up the dramatic relationship ante.