There’s nothing more frustrating than a film that pulls its punches.
A powerful and important film.
Much like pornography, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets has appalling acting, a ridiculous plot and is only worth it for the visuals.
If The Wall were a play it would be a great play. I tend to prefer movies.
Baby Driver just knows how cool it is.
Probably one Anne Hathaway regrets.
The emailed flyer from the distributors of Life asked that reviewers “refrain from revealing spoilers or plot points”.
Harmony Day dawned grey this year – and rightly so. In the past 12 months, a rising tide of nationalism swept the Western world, and we have found that Australia is not immune.
The appearance of three African-American tales up for best picture at the Academy Awards this year (Hidden Figures, Moonlight, and Fences) is welcome and curious.
It’s hard to criticise Rogue One because where it fails in terms of ridiculous aliens, clunky dialogue and absurd plot devices (the floppy disk that contains all the…