A drab martial arts farce that fails to impress, despite the big name cast, the big budget fight scenes, and the ludicrous plot
Three US Navy airmen fight to stay alive while stranded on a raft in the South Pacific during WWII, based on a true story
In this dark comedy from the Coen Brothers, playwright Barton Fink (John Turturro) develops the worst case of writer's block
Experimenter is as frustrating as its premise is fascinating; as it stands, it is a decent biopic of an interesting historical figure
The attention to detail that the Coen brothers have gone to to create the 1960’s they remember is delightful.
The Smuggler is sharp, well-made and a perfect example of Aussie filmmaking at its finest
This is a respectable comeback for Ullman – her talent for impersonation and mimicry hasn’t diminished down the decades
All the pieces matter in Sicario, one of the decade’s best crime thriller’s. Villeneuve’s tension ripping directing, Sheridan’s sharply brisling script, Roger Deakins' stunning cinematography, Johann Johannsson’s thundering soundtrack and,...
This worthy and watchable documentary focuses on Maasai warriors of Kenya and their battle to convince the community elders to abandon the barbaric practice of circumcising young girls.
All great musical movements have been born out of oppression – the blues, rock'n'roll, rave. One of the biggest music genres to break through was hip hop.