Quentin Tarantino criss-crosses 1969 Los Angeles to create an enjoyable hang out adventure.
When his film falters, the ace up its sleeve is Emma Thompson.
This film takes us to a place that leads to the heart of modern Australia.
The final version of this Vietnam War classic is a bona fide masterpiece.
Like many elite athletes Maradona was a wonder at a game and less than perfect at life.
Still, it’s a fun ride.
Lean, mean high order violence.
This magnificent film is not to be missed
Fortunately, no one dresses in drag and does the hula.
A much-needed gasp of air from tentpole franchises.
And Clive Owen’s wig is a truly absurd sight to behold.
Unfortunately, it falls short of greatness.
It’s close to amazing that this documentary about the late INXS frontman works as well as it does
Don’t write this off as ‘just another superhero film’.
Bong Joon-ho builds the tension with sequences that could be worthy of Hitchcock.
A burly, original, crowd-pleasing night at the cinema.
The film contains something many action films sorely lack: fun.
If you came for a doll saying profanities, this isn’t it.
Hugo Weaving delivers a fascinating performance as a renowned war photographer in this powerful and poetic film.
Certain elements of the film ring true but it is patriotic to a problematic extent, says Blake Howard.