Ramin Bahrani delivers a taut and engaging thriller for the 99%.
Slow West is a strange, quirky and surreal Western that delivers some great punches and a fantastic inversion of tropes.
Brendan Cowell’s directorial debut exposes the dark, seething enabling society at the heart of Australia’s national drinking problem but is hampered by uneven plotting and a disregard for its female characters.
The first major look at the 68th Cannes Film Festival was revealed last night, with films from Todd Haynes, Dennis Villeneuve and Yorgos Lanthimos already building buzz.
Kenneth Branagh’s Cinderella, or The Perks of Being A Doormat, exists as an ineffective yet strangely backwards exercise in property rebooting.
Despite high profile talent and solid, well-funded production values, the film achieves little, and feels like it exists purely to be produced.
In A Most Violent Year, JC Chandor mediates between his extremes creating a measured and wholesome work that expresses his diversity as a filmmaker far more acutely than anything else so far in his career.
In a reasonably sparse Awards season, WILD holds its own as a solid star vehicle with heart.
The Alliance Française French Film Festival will hit select Australian cinemas in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Canberra, Brisbane, Perth, Byron Bay and Hobart from March 3 to April 21.
For this week’s You Have to See…, we look at the Rian Johnson’s widely underappreciated The Brothers Bloom