John Michael McDonagh’s comedic follow-up to CALVARY rises above smug faux-Tarantino antics to become a surprisingly absurd and beautiful genre riff.
In studying the male perpetrators of domestic violence, CALL ME DAD expounds upon the personal complexities of the epidemic with skill and sensitivity.
New Zealand’s new highest-grossing local film ever is a hilarious, charming and thoughtful family adventure from director Taika Waititi.
Tracking an undercover FBI informant during a sting operation on American soil, (T)ERROR is a riveting look at the internal cost of America’s war with outside forces.
It might reach for timeliness and realism, but TIME OUT OF MIND is too unsubtle in its design to properly serve its compelling cast.
It might have charming character dynamics to spare, but the latest CAPTAIN AMERICA suffers from a lack of coherence and ends Steve Rogers’ solo saga in disappointing fashion.
With its interesting subjects and engaging depiction of primary education through art, WIDE OPEN SKY is more compelling than it appears on the surface.
The latest feature from Ghost Pictures expertly documents the life and influences of one of Australia’s most influential larger than life personalities.
Disney’s technical mastery in ZOOTOPIA can’t absolve its ham-fisted attempt at race-relations allegory.
DEADPOOL is defined by cheap satire and limp gags that fail to disguise a movie that is woefully at odds with itself.