Jason Bourne is back! Bourne again. Re-Bourne. Bourne to be wild – again! Okay, I’ll stop.
The third instalment in the Trek reboot embraces its inherent whimsicality. However, the narrative is all too familiar, borrowing numerous tropes from similar films in the sci-fi genre.
Love & Friendship – Whit Stillman’s spin on Jane Austen’s novella Lady Susan – is a deftly-executed delight, a lilting melody of acerbic one liners and charming repartee.
This gorgeous Japanese animation film warrants its recent Australian HD remaster, but can’t help but pale in comparison to the work of Miyazaki, which it strongly resembles.
Everyone’s got an opinion on the new Ghostbusters whether or not they’ve seen it. Does it suck? Does it rock? …Short answer: yes. To both.
The virulent reaction to the new Ghostbusters film demonstrates how the internet has empowered a force of good and evil: fandom.
Yakuza vampires and frog-costume-clad monsters; put simply, this is a batshit movie.
A provocative conclusion can’t disguise the familiarity of this Icelandic coming-of-age narrative.
A journalism procedural movie in the tradition of All the Presidents’ Men that rigorously depicts the minutiae of investigative journalism.
It’s second-tier le Carré but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Also features some killer cinematography.