With the addition of Meryl Streep, the cast and story are better than ever.
Audiences will never tire of stories about aspiring musicians trying to crack the big time. With Wild Rose arriving in cinemas this week, we explore some of the classics of the genre. The acclaimed drama Wild Rose tells the story of a wide-eyed young musician who dreams of leaving Glasgow and making it as a […]
This is probably the whitest movie you will see all year.
Tired of the endless waffle coming from our political leaders? These two films might be just what the doctor ordered.
Part steamy murder mystery, part Greek tragedy, and entirely frustrating.
“You’re watching a man fall apart, but jeez, what a doofus.”
It’s everything or nothing with Laura Dern, a truly extraordinary actor.
The chaos and political change of post-WW II Germany are the setting for a romantic triangle that’s content to merely look the part.
A deeply compelling and memorable crime drama adapted from a book by the author of True Detective.
1999 was the year of Heath Ledger serenades, steamy trysts, suicidal sisters and sexual encounters with baked goods.
This film is a conservative ‘correction’ to the story of Bonnie and Clyde.
From Brie Larson’s new movie to Jackie Chan action classics – here are the films arriving on Australian streaming platforms in April.
Here’s Sydney Film Festival’s retrospective on trailblazing Australian women, curated by David Stratton
The program consists of 10 films, each marking a milestone in Australian film history.
The festival returns to Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Byron Bay, Canberra, Perth and Adelaide.
Rude, crude, wilfully offensive and shamelessly self-aggrandising.
Here’s the prime cuts of Keanu.
Bill Nighy is a genius.
We sit down with one of the world’s most provocative and divisive directors.