A disturbing portrait of the evil corruption that is rampant among those in power.
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Lee directs with gentle, guiding hand, allowing his actors room to move, but keeping the work focussed and tight.
When Rachel Chu goes to Singapore with her boyfriend for his best mate’s wedding, she has no idea just how ridiculously rich he and his friends are, nor how much effort his family will put into getting rid of her.
An action-packed blockbuster that will provide edge-of-your-seat action for a fun night at the movies.
Its greatest charm is found in the rich array of eccentric characters and the charmingly provincial French countryside.
Amateurs is hilarious, moving, sweet, serious and utterly unpredictable.
This Danish contemporary relationship drama, asks difficult questions.
This is a sumptuous piece of film-making. It is heavy-going in parts, darkly comedic, profound and exquisite.
This is a film which challenges, moves, excites, and asks more questions than it answers.
Iram Haq’s deeply personal film is harrowing, emotionally exhausting, constantly surprising, and flawless.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, despite not living up to a higher theatrical potential, is still a T-rex sized blockbuster
The Silent Revolution is equal parts a coming of age story and a snapshot of Germany in a time of fracture.
Hereditary is the must-see horror hit of 2018 which leaves its audience in shock, disturbed uncertainty and muscle-clenching tension.
Tully will take you on an emotional journey like no other, without a trace of sentimentality or cheap tricks.
This is a slower-paced documentary, but considering its gently nurturing subject matter, it appears well suited.
SuperSapiens will leave its audience in contemplation about humankind’s future and what sort of world we may be creating.
This film is a must see for anyone who found themselves standing shoulder to shoulder with their friends and strangers screaming their lungs out in unison in a concert in the 80s.