Gary Oldman and an ensemble cast captivate in one of the most thoroughly compelling depictions of Churchill in years, crafting a striking image of a man who is born to lead - and undeniably human
Quirky and odd, this black comedy about an lesbian assassin called Beatle who agrees to kill a client for their life insurance but finds herself falling for her instead
I love a good prison movie.
The Place Beyond The Pines opens with a shot of Gosling’s muscled and heavily-tattooed torso as he plays with a knife.
McNairy and Mendelsohn are a couple of low-life hoodlums who raid a mob-run poker game headed by Liotta. Pitt plays the hard-ass hitman brought in to teach them a lesson.
It's been 14 years since its release, but I still haven't forgiven Joel Schumacher for Batman & Robin, the worst movie of not only the 1990s but arguably any other...
This rubbishy actioner has nothing to do with the Sam Peckinpah movie of the mid '70s that it shares the same title with.
Has an Australian film been released since the mid-1980s without at least one appearance from a current or former Neighbours or Home and Away actor? I mention this not as...