A Quiet Passion – a biopic of Emily Dickinson – is a charming and sharp-edged film possessing undeniable artistry.
It’s testament to the charm and character of Pixar’s latest, Coco, that it can win a crusty critic like myself over without once deviating from Pixar’s established formula.
Telling the story of a New Zealand haunted house, director Florian Habicht nurtures the stories that blossom from the branches of this gnarled tree.
James Franco’s The Disaster Artist clearly intends us to laugh at The Room’s Tommy Wiseau, but it also wants us to recognise his twisted genius.
The Butterfly Tree is the latest Australian film to fall into the uneasy no-man’s-land between ‘art film’ and ‘adult drama’.
Christmas-themed thriller Better Watch Out is a killer interrogation of a particular brand of toxic masculinity.
I’m not much of a fan of either Borg vs McEnroe or Wonder, but for their target audience – tennis fans and preteens/their parents, respectively – the films should be a hit.
Five films in, what does the DC Extended Universe represent?