Girls Trip is the real deal, a comedy that’s at once hilarious and emotional, crass and authentic.
Toni Erdmann was one of those rare films enshrined as a masterpiece almost immediately. But does it live up to the hype?
Here’s the good news – if you’re looking for a dumb, fun, switch-your-brain-off action comedy, The Hitman’s Bodyguard succeeds … provided you can subscribe to that switch-your-brain-off advice.
When it comes to directing, Stanley Tucci is one hell of an actor. At least, that’s the case if his latest feature – Final Portrait – is anything to go by.
Steven Soderbergh is back, baby!
The Boys is a disturbingly putrid portrait of Australian masculinity at its worst.
Thanks to Paramount Pictures, ccpopculture has 10 double passes to give away to mother!, releasing in Australian cinemas September 14th.
Terrence Malick’s latest feature, Song to Song, clarifies the experimentation of his previous two films.
The middle half of the film is genuinely gripping and surprising, surpassing any budgetary constraints.
The thesis of The Square is simple: humans are selfish motherfuckers who only act benevolently because of the pressure of polite society.