Toni Collette and Damian Lewis star in this feel-good British film based on a true story
A stylish origin story of Disney’s iconic Cruella de Vil has it’s faults — but it’s still a lot of fun.
The third film in The Conjuring horror franchise fails to match its predecessors, but still gives viewers plenty of scary moments.
Husband and wife Emily Blunt and John Krasinski pair up again for the sequel to horror hit A Quiet Place and this time they bring Cillian Murphy along for the ride
A look back at the life and career of Yolngu actor David Gulpilil, star of Aussie films Crocodile Dundee and Walkabout, who went from a traditional outback life to dining with the Queen of England.
Despite the best efforts of stars Amy Adams and Gary Oldman, this psychological thriller is ultimately inferior to pulpy recent thrillers such as Gone Girl and The Girl on a Train.
Those Who Wish Me Dead sees Angelina Jolie battling flames, demons and father-and-son assassins played by Aidan Gillen and Nicholas Hoult in a functional but unconvincing film by Taylor Sheridan
As the WA premiere of Aussie flick June Again started to unfold on the big screen I was beginning to wonder if “comedy” was the right genre to describe the film.
June Again truly is a film that’ll make you laugh AND cry, although the ratio will vary wildly from one person to the next, writes Ben O’Shea.
Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse is a nothing-left-to-lose action flick with a strong cast including Jodie Turner-Smith, Jamie Bell and Guy Pearce and magnetic lead Michael B. Jordan.
After several failed attempts, an entertaining version of Mortal Kombat is here, while Jason Statham is back to his bald, British, belligerent best.
The Oscars are finally here. Ahead of the Academy Awards, Leigh Paatsch reveals his predictions for who will win, lose and doesn’t stand a chance.
This documentary from the Oscar-winning director of Icarus didn’t have an easy path to the screen, but that’s not unexpected based on its subject — the assassination of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Highly-respected filmmaker Kelly Reichardt presents a fascinating exploration of masculinity starring John Magaro and Perth’s own Orion Lee in First Cow
A middle of the road British war drama, with appeal to those who have an appreciation for that sort of thing.
The United States vs Billie Holiday is, at times, like a transcendent piece of freeform jazz — at other points, it is just a mess.
The Father stars two Oscar winners, but will this brilliant film shine through in a crowded field of excellence?
If you squint hard enough, you’d be convinced you were watching the first John Wick movie. This is not a criticism, it’s a compliment, because Nobody is basically the second-best John Wick movie.
This sequel to the 2018 adaptation of Beatrix Potter’s beloved kids’ book series has plenty of thrills and spills alongside a deeper message.
Three years after misfiring with the original, director Zach Snyder has redeemed himself with a rip-roaring reworking of Justice League.
Judas and the Black Messiah is a searing biography on the killing of Black Panther leader Fred Hampton powerfully portrayed by Daniel Kaluuya in a Golden Globe-winning performance
Frances McDormand is outstanding in Oscar favourite Nomadland, Chloe Zhao’s beautifully realised ode to those who chose to take the road less travelled
As Hollywood gets back to work, we look at who is likely to win a Golden Globe for the best TV and film we’ve binged on at home.
Holly Byrnes and Leigh Paatsch
Documentary maker RJ Cutler follows the life of Billie Eilish from a 16-year-old singer on the rise to a world renowned pop superstar
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