Opening Oscar season strong is Call Me By Your Name, a terrific, grown-up love story that pulls no punches.
If you want to enjoy the latest Star Wars, the math is simple. Go in fresh, sans all spoilers and influence from the fan base.
The Killing of a Sacred Deer is a film of many aspects. Part horror, tragedy and comedy, the sum produces something entirely unique. Go see it.
The thematically deep OtherLife curiously prods us to reconsider our readiness to give ourselves an escape through technology.
The real ‘Battle of the Sexes’ was a chintzy OTT spectacle, the movie about it is a nuanced and intelligent commentary on gender. Go see it.
The romcom has dipped in recent years, barely echoing the challenges normal relationships face in the modern experience. The Big Sick refutes this, representing a true return to form for the genre.
“Alien: Covenant” has been loosely touted as the movie that “Prometheus” should have been. But is it? Well…
My Pet Dinosaur is a beast that swims in the warm seas of nostalgia and calls the Blue Mountains home. Director Matt Drummond describes his creation
The towering Oscar buzz surrounding La La Land highlights not only in the problems in Hollywood, but also how they see the diverse city of Los Angeles.
For a dedicated set of Star Wars fans like myself, the films do not represent the appeal of the franchise. With Rogue One set in the Expanded Universe, I was wary.
Cynical toward the chances of Rogue One actually being decent? Well, good news for you I have, young Jedi. Search yourself, you know this to be true.
How do you make a Harry Potter film without Harry Potter? And how do you expect to sate the Potterites around the globe? Welcome to the challenge of Fantastic Beasts.
Peep the comedy actioner Keeping Up With The Joneses, which includes Jon being Hammson (sorry) and Zach Galifianakis as the straight man. Also, guns.
I recently saw Tom Hanks in Sully, but I couldn’t get past seeing Tom Hanks in Sully. Is it time for Tom to take on something crazy? Paging Doctor Lecter.
With its warm reception knocking Suicide Squad off top perch at this weekend’s box office, Don’t Breathe spares us the tired foibles of the horror genre. But, what can audiences expect?
Producing fear alongside the kitsch and directed by rising talent Charlie Lyne, Fear Itself is a nod, with a sharpened knife, to 1970’s horror.
I sat down with David Farrier, director of the film Tickled, to explain his film, which exposes the tickling fetish community. Sort of.
The World of Warcraft film has been castigated as both poor movie and a terrible adaptation. But, as someone who has walked the virtual battlefield, I’m not sure I agree.
Well, we’re all dead. Fortunately, the aliens of the future still have our movies. What would an advanced species make of Mean Girls?
Walking the line between thriller and thinkpiece, Midnight Special deserves to be seen in its short window of opportunity.
Batman v Superman represents not only a missed opportunity, but an obvious money grab, with the characters thrown asunder.
Sacha Baron Cohen’s latest vehicle Grimsby has its windows smashed with repeated vulgarity while the plot sits up on bricks.