This film adeptly sidesteps the obvious dangers of either explaining or empathising with Dahmer … which, unfortunately, leaves it without much of a purpose.
The smartest decision behind Halloween 2018 is to treat it as a tribute rather than trying to equal Carpenter’s superlative work.
[CENSORED] is compiled from clips excised from films imported into Australia from the late ‘50s to the early ‘70s.
The measure of success for a melodrama is simple: does it move you? In that respect, A Star is Born is an unqualified triumph.
Shoplifters unfolds with Kore-eda’s trademark warmth and generosity, but there’s a sting in its tail.
Terror Nullius satirises white Australia, but good satire is more than plastering messages on a screen for an audience of converts.
Hotel by the River is a slight, but interesting experiment for Hong Sang-soo aficionados.