This year’s Palme d’Or winner illuminates the injustice of English welfare with slender rays of humour and humanity.
A uniquely indigenous contribution to Australian art cinema.
Only Yesterday teaches us that we can reshape our past, that we can relearn the optimism of youth and regain the possibilities of a time gone by.
While Darkness is hardly light years away from previous seasons – this is still very much a show that earns the “frequent animated nudity” classification – it’s far more fun and focused than what came before.
I believe Louis Theroux when he says he wants to make a different kind of Scientology movie; a sympathetic Scientology movie. But I’m not quite convinced he’s succeeded.
Deepwater Horizon feels deeply authentic, building remarkable tension until disaster inevitably strikes.
Trust Mike Flanagan (Oculus, Hush) to turn a flippin’ board game into a good horror film.