You might not like It: Chapter Two. But I loved it.
Sure, it’s not great. Thing is, there’s a gem of a great idea in Dark Phoenix.
A standard superhero showdown isn’t what Shyamalan has in mind for Glass.
There’s much to admire about Wim Wenders’ latest film. But unfortunately, Submergence is sunk by its tedious story.
Charlize Theron plays a female James Bond – so why is she introduced in the nude?
Thanks to Universal Pictures Australia, ccpopculture has 10 double passes to give away to Atomic Blonde, releasing in Australian cinemas Thursday August 3rd.
Split is already being heralded as M. Night Shyamalan’s “return to form.” It’s not.
My estimable colleague Jono Winter recently posted a favourable – if tentatively favourable – review of X-Men: Apocalypse on this site. As a steadfast fan of (most) of the X-Men films, I found time in my overseas holiday to fit in a (Croatian-subtitled) screening of the film and, regrettably, I can’t concur with his positive…
I enjoyed this flick—but then again, I’m an X-Men disciple who worships at the altar of film series progenitor, Bryan Singer. Ordinary film-goers who don’t know their Wolverines from their Cyclopses may be inclined to mutter ‘X-Meh’ when leaving the theatre. And understandably so as, on this occasion, Singer fails to find cohesion with a…
There’s been a wealth of conversation recently about the increasing homogenisation of superhero films: Matt Zoller Seitz kicked off the discussion with his piece on “Things Crashing Into Other Things” and I can’t dispute his points. Even if you enjoy most of the new wave of big budget superhero pictures, it’s hard not to notice…