Movie Reviews

Tom Cruise doesn’t pull the geezer routine even though he made his first Mission: Impossible 19 years ago.

It’s a relief to have a Marvel movie whose climax takes place on a toy train in a child’s bedroom.

Anyone who’s endured the fist-waving ferocity of Perth traffic in the past few years, in which mums make like Vin Diesel just to drive their kids to school, knows the true meaning of the title of …

Many people missed the satire of Forrest Gump, which was dismissed - wrongly in my opinion - as sentimental rubbish. Forrest's naivety is charming but we're left wondering about a country in which a …

While A Most Violent Year has a deeply sombre mood, it is an optimistic movie that celebrates America as a land of opportunity.

While Parker and Madden should be praised for celebrating mature love here, the characters are so horny that it turns them into teenagers.

This is the Troubles treated as an episode of Homeland and it is thrilling and thought-provoking.

The directors have reverted to the same appallingly plotted, nausea-inducing empty spectacle that is being cranked out by the rest of CGI-fixated Hollywood.

Rather than attempting a full-blown King biopic, the director zeros in on a single crucial episode, the battle for black voting rights.

Even if you don’t know the name Sebastiao Salgado you are surely familiar with his indelible images.

Even though James Marsh’s Stephen Hawking biopic is one of a group of Oscar- nominated movies based on true stories it has largely escaped the fierce fact checking that has become an integral part …

Julianne Moore gives an unforgettable performance of grace and gravitas in an Alzheimer's drama that is affecting mostly for its intense first-person approach to the subject. Almost 350,000 people in …

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