You Cannot Kill David Arquette is the redemptive tale of washed-up Hollywood actor David Arquette and his attempt to redeem the mistakes of his past.
1st Year Checking director Michael Messner takes the viewer on a journey through the eyes of a 12-year-old hockey player and all the complications that befall them in their supposedly innocent sport.
Embattled is a thematically dense family drama film based in the world of MMA, focusing on an abusive father-son dynamic.
In 1995 the world’s first gay rugby club, the Kings Cross Steelers, formed over a radical idea and a few drinks in a London Pub.
Director Quentin Reynaud’s Final Set is an off-beat sports tale centred around an ageing tennis protege who dreams of becoming something more while tackling some taxing personal problems.
Ben Affleck plays a high-school basketball coach on the road to redemption in the upcoming emotional drama film The Way Back from director Gavin O’Connor.
Michelle Payne made history in 2015 when she rode the thoroughbred Prince Of Penzance to victory at the prestigious Melbourne Cup horse race.
Husband and wife duo Joe Manganiello and Sofia Vergara have teamed up for the upcoming sports drama Bottom of the 9th.
Diego Maradona charts the rise and fall of football’s most iconic player, Argentinian superstar Maradona in this new documentary film.
Creed II is one of the better additions to the Rocky franchise. Bringing to a cathartic climax the emotional tensions of the previous Creed movie, as well as the first four Rocky films.
Michael B. Jordan returns as Adonis Creed, son of the famous fictional boxer Apollo Creed in Creed II, the sequel to the hit 2015 film.
Australian humour is one that foreigners often find difficult to relate to. However, being a true-blue Kiwi myself, I understand what it’s like to come from a country in which the jokes are understood by pretty much no one. Though there were a few AFL quips that went right over my head in The Merger, the film still had me in fits throughout.
The Merger is an upcoming Australian AFL-themed comedy film that sees a bunch of misfits come together to save a footy club and tackle ignorance in a small country town.
The stakes are higher, the punches are harder and there’s more to lose than ever before in the first trailer for Creed II starring Michael B. Jordan.
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