It’s often remarked that there is a very thin thread separating catwalk couture and abstract art, and arguably fashion designer Alexander McQueen snipped that thread. … Read more
We all want Australian films to be successful, but for as long as Aussie filmmakers continue to produce train-wrecks such as The Flip Side, … Read more
This is an extraordinary film and may well earn a place among the very best cinematic courtroom dramas. It shows how complex political, social and … Read more
Eleven-year-old Luis is a lonely kid, with a UFO-obsessed father who often forgets he’s even there and a mother whom he misses more than anything. … Read more
Crazy Rich Asians is easily one of the greatest rom-coms of the year as it’s sure to warm the hearts of every viewer.
Asian-American, Rachel … Read more
Brian Henson takes his world of fluffy figures to a new realm with the fresh black comedy action crime film, The Happytime Murders. … Read more
This is a film about film. More accurately, it’s a film that was inspired by a 2010 mass pilgrimage of photographers from all over the … Read more
If you like sharks, movies or shark movies, then The Meg is worth going to the cinema to see. There was predictability, corniness, action, surprisingly … Read more
Based on the novel by Alexandra Bracken, The Darkest Minds follows the story of a world torn apart after most children mysteriously die leaving the … Read more
Waterlogged would have been a better title. This is a monumental yawner from director Wim Wenders.
Scottish M16 agent James Moore (James McAvoy) and bio-mathematician … Read more