If there’s any justice, Love, Simon will be a trailblazer. Not just for mainstream gay films, but for a rom-com revival.
Thanks to Universal Pictures Australia, ccpopculture has 5 double passes to give away to Truth or Dare, releasing in Australian cinemas Thursday April 12th.
This is primarily a transparent pitch for Chinese audiences, right down to niche jokes about the pronunciation of Mandarin.
The Divine Order captures the stifling conservatism of 1971 Switzerland, while channeling the revelatory experience of one’s eyes opening to injustice.
Thanks to Paramount Pictures Australia, ccpopculture has 5 double passes to give away to A Quiet Place, releasing in Australian cinemas Thursday April 5th.
Alicia Vikander’s interpretation of Lara Croft is incredible; she deserved a better movie.
We’re past halfway through the 2018 Brisbane Queer Film Festival, and so far I’ve been lucky enough to see three films from the program – one disappointing, one decent, one exceptional.
The Forgiven’s thematic simplicity is a strike against it, but my primary complaint is a narrative one: the film simply fails to hold your attention.
Riverdale is the sort of delicious trash that mimics masterpieces by draping its awful dialogue in red velvet and beautiful people. God, it’s fucking wonderful.
As my wife puts it, “This is every bad, neckbeard cliché about anime come true.”