Amagi Brilliant Park is a great example of the kind of frivolous fun I favour when it comes to anime.
You know what to expect from the Trip films, and it’s here in abundance: cheesy puns, duelling impersonations, great food, glorious landscapes.
Undefeated Bahamut Chronicle is a whole lotta anime.
Using an unexplained death to examine small town politics is a well-established trope. Why doesn’t it seem to work in Jasper Jones?
Dunkirk is the final act of a horror film… but as a full-length movie.
Despite adopting a naturalistic aesthetic, Finnish coming-of-age film Little Wing never feels anything but inauthentic.
Thanks to Universal Pictures Australia, ccpopculture has 10 double passes to give away to Atomic Blonde, releasing in Australian cinemas Thursday August 3rd.
Where Adventure Time: Stakes! succeeded by focusing on the supporting cast, Islands suffers through its inability to offer anything outside the ordinary.
The aching, vacant tone that director Charlotte Sieling adopts here feels like a distant echo of Buñuel’s satire.
Baby Driver has been widely compared to musicals; but this ain’t no musical. This is a mixtape movie.