Christian Bale finds the humanity in a man that begrudgingly evolves from abhorrence to empathy.
It’s the best Solo movie of the year.
You will also come to know the name ‘Jihae’.
Focusing on the story of elder queer people, this Australia documentary will have great value into the future.
If you see this film, you won’t forget it in a hurry.
It lures audiences with the promise of exploitation then delivers them slow-burning drama.
The new Creed sequel might not be as powerful as its predecessor but it presents a compelling look at damaged masculinity
Words like “weird” or “eccentric” can’t do justice to it
A dazzling thriller that says important things about the current world live in.
Padding this tale out to feature film length has never proven completely successful
The director has created a wonderful observational film, possibly at the expense of audience identification and engagement.
Plenty of blood-soaked, broken-limbed moments, impactful scares and gross-outs.
He’s not that noble, he just stumbles into nobleness.
This documentary wants to have its cake and eat it too, by letting you into the mind of fans while letting you laugh at them.
A true story more interested in stories than truth.
There are flashes of brilliance in the at times laborious Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
This film should come with a disclaimer: that Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is essential viewing before entering the cinema.
This remake of the 1977 cult classic is sort of beautiful and sort of horrific.
“Whether you were wanting her or not, Lisbeth Salander is back.”
Edgerton depicts Christian characters in ways that cannot be dismissed as mere caricature.
Here’s why First Reformed is one of the must-see films of 2018.
Liam Maguren left enlightened and emotionally shattered.
It’s also Welles’ giant last-gasp fart at Hollywood, a deeply cynical meta-movie.