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Game, set, match! The crowd-pleasing King Richard celebrates tennis superstars the Williams sisters
There’s a heck of a lot to like in this inspirational film about the William sisters and the Will-smith.
Why I can’t wait for the fourth and final season of Ozark
We’re going to miss Jason Bateman and Laura Linney’s terrific performances, as the beginning of the end draws near.
The 50 best movies on Stan
Want to know the best films to watch on Stan? Here’s the mother of all guides.
Implausible biopic Spencer reduces royal history to a princess-in-a-tower fairytale
The Diana biopic is so removed from reality that it resembles ‘an extended commercial for Chanel skirts’.
Gold is an unyielding genre film led by a solid, sun-frazzled performance from Zac Efron
Zac Efron searches for his edge in this sparsely effective Australian-made thriller.
No-one emerges from House of Gucci looking (or sounding) good
Ridley Scott’s star-studded misfire feels like a film made up of deleted scenes.
Your guide to the biggest movies hitting Aussie cinemas this Christmas
Unbox some hugely anticipated blockbusters this season—baking out in the sun is so overrated.
Olivia Colman can’t take a holiday away from herself in aching drama The Lost Daughter
Maggie Gyllenhaal’s directorial debut adapts Elena Ferrante’s novel with sharp insight and character construction.
Sandra Bullock’s bitter family drama The Unforgivable is now streaming on Netflix
Netflix presents a redemption story with an all-star cast, including Viola Davis, Vincent D’Onofrio, and Jon Bernthal.
Liberal outrage, smart arse dialogue and other Sorkinisms are on fine display in Being the Ricardos
True-ish stories, smart arse dialogue and liberal outrage with a sprinkling of sentiment – ah yes, it’s another Aaron Sorkin movie.
From a magical mailbox to an unstoppable bus: the 8 essential Sandra Bullock movies
Hurtling through space, driving an unstoppable bus – is there anything she can’t do?!
Oscar Isaac gambles on redemption in Paul Schrader’s unforgiving The Card Counter
“Sweaty nightmares of torture and degradation”? It’s not an easy watch, but it’s a fascinating one.
Dystopian disaster Chaos Walking is now available to watch on Prime Video
Aussie audiences can catch this conceptual, long-awaited sci-fi flick onscreen right now.
How to watch the dangerously cool teens of Euphoria season 2 in Australia
Call Zendaya irresponsible: she and her friends are back to put the ‘high’ in high school drama.
When will fashion-world crime saga House of Gucci be released in Australia?
Lady Gaga plays a murderous fashion mogul in Ridley Scott’s second celeb-filled flick of the year.
An offer you can’t refuse: The Many Saints of Newark gets digital release straight from cinemas
Woke up this morning, got myself a gun, and watched this first look at Tony Soprano’s violent upbringing.
Something wicked this way comes: how to watch Riverdale season 6
“Look what the black cat dragged in…” Could be a beloved, supernatural stranger from Greendale.
Justin Kurzel’s dark biopic Nitram is now streaming on Stan
The Port Arthur massacre drama has been mired in controversy, even as its star recently won Best Actor at Cannes.
One-take wonder Boiling Point turns its authentic restaurant setting into a pressure cooker
If you can’t stand Stephen Graham’s heat in this “tense, impeccably put-together” drama, get out of the kitchen.
Edgar Wright’s time-skipping horror Last Night In Soho is now playing in cinemas
It’s a lovely feeling to have no solid idea of what Edgar Wright’s new movie is even about.
How to watch Adam McKay’s apocalyptic satire Don’t Look Up
“There’s a 100% chance that we’re all going to die!” And even President Meryl Streep isn’t interested in doing anything about it.
Huzzah! Paul Thomas Anderson’s Licorice Pizza will arrive in Australian cinemas on Boxing Day
Philip Seymour Hoffman’s son Cooper stars in this tribute to movies, romance, and the San Fernando Valley.