The Tomorrow War is the first major movie Chris Pratt has been part of as both its star and executive producer and its story isn’t half bad.
Originally staged in 2008, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s ‘In the Heights’ got a second life after capitalising on the success of ‘Hamilton’.
Although the plot is secondary to the visual blockbuster behemoth the ‘Fast Saga’ has become, it lets us in to parts of Dom’s life we haven’t seen yet.
‘Dream Horse’ is about rising up in the face of prejudice and the cost of success and yet, more so, an exploration of hope and its power.
An accessible, fun and thoughtful choice for the family with enough scare to entertain the teens, but also offer some deeper commentary.
The new faith-based family comedy ‘Selfie Dad’ shows how The Bible helps a man in crisis rediscover his purpose.
Blackbird is a movie that captures the emotions of a family respectfully trying accept loss, but also puts a very superficial take on the complex issue of assisted dying.
Since last summer’s bushfires and through the COVID pandemic, the tenacious Australian spirit and our harsh landscapes have carried a new significance to many across our country.
Nolan has a penchant for mind-bending plot lines and visual effects and neither your senses or your intellect get a break in Tenet – it’s wonderful.
The True Story of a Fearless Woman Whose Work Has Saved Thousands of Lives: Saint Judy [Movie Review]
In Saint Judy, we see a world where the vulnerable not only need help – they have to prove they’re worthy of it.