When you see the name Teresa Palmer, it’s not often you think of independent film; however, her latest offering is independent to the core. Written, produced by and starring Palmer, and produced, directed by and starring her husband Mark Webber, ‘The Ever After’ offers a bleak, honest and refreshing take on some taboo subjects.
Since the Matrix trilogy ended, the Wachowski directorial siblings have struck out. Subsequent outings, Speed Racer and Cloud Atlas, became costly flops. Their latest, Jupiter Ascending will do nothing to arrest their box office curse. Although displaying the creative imagination for which they are renowned, the sci-fi epic quickly falls apart under the weight […]
Travelling with their three children to the Scottish Highlands, estranged couple Doug & Abi look forward to a break until plans derail the festivities and loyalties are tested.
Tired of the endless racial discrimination against American Blacks in 1965, Dr Martin Luther King Jnr decides to take a stand to achieve equal voting rights.
Based on a comic book, Kingsman: The Secret Service liberally takes cue from 007’s adventures. Smart, clever and resolutely stylish, it is a beguiling wink to Ian Fleming’s enduring creation.
EL James’ best-selling novel comes to the big screen, telling the story of a literature student’s sexual awakening when she falls for the charms of a wealthy businessman.
A romance author is forced to overcome his jaded view of love when he meets an equally jaded woman and falls in love in this above-average rom-com.
The Gambler looks at how a man’s quest for cash becomes his undoing. Exploring a dangerously dark world, it offers lessons in endlessly satisfying one’s cravings.
Charles Mortdecai is an impish British art dealer & con-man searching for a lost painting but the Russian mafia, MI5 and his interfering wife are just as eager.
A true story about two Olympic medal-winning wrestlers who are sponsored by a rich heir only to find themselves increasingly under his control.