Military Wives is a typical British feel-good comedy – and an ode to the power of distraction
The Full Monty director is back with a feel-good film about women who form a military wives choir.
Tom Hanks writes and stars in Greyhound, 2020’s ultimate dad movie
Based on true events, the WW2 submarine drama hits cinemas in June.
Director/necromancer in charge of upcoming James Dean movie responds to outcry
‘The family views this as his fourth movie, a movie he never got to make…’
Director’s cuts are all the rage. But do they make the films any better?
Are director’s cuts signs of genius, or just an excuse for self-indulgence?
Hearts and Bones features another terrific performance from national treasure Hugo Weaving
Hugo Weaving delivers a fascinating performance as a renowned war photographer in this powerful and poetic film.
Danger Close is a patriotic but problematic Australian war film
Certain elements of the film ring true but it is patriotic to a problematic extent, says Blake Howard.
The eye-bulging masterpiece Apocalypse Now Final Cut is on its way to Australia
Over 11 months and 2700 hours were spent on cleaning and restoring the film’s 300,173 frames.
Uncovering the little-known history of Apocalypse Now
Viewers might not be aware of the major contribution to the film made by a lesser-known Hollywood legend.
The best films coming to Netflix, Stan and SBS on Demand in April
From Brie Larson’s new movie to Jackie Chan action classics – here are the films arriving on Australian streaming platforms in April.
Schindler’s List is returning to Australian cinemas in 4K
Spielberg’s WWII masterpiece is returning to Australian cinemas.