Sunday 5 Feb 2023 · Movies
Jonathan Majors takes on the role of Jesse Brown, the first African-American aviator to make it into the U.S. Navy.
Wednesday 25 Jan 2023 · Movies
For lovers of Whitney Houston, this biopic is both a celebration of her triumphs and a bittersweet reminder of her tragedies.
Saturday 14 Jan 2023 · Movies
The Fabelmans is Stephen Spielberg’s interpretation of his inspiration as a child to make movies and how his family shaped him.
Thursday 12 Jan 2023 · Movies
With vibrant colours, a youth protagonist, and a story of make-believe dreams and siblings play-acting, ‘Slumberland’ is great for the kids.
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Saturday 7 Jan 2023 · Movies
‘On the Line’ has all of the hallmarks of a Mel Gibson project – a small cast, confined spaces, fast dialogue, and a touch of violence.
Monday 26 Dec 2022 · Movies
What would you choose as your last wish? DreamWorks brings back the iconic Puss in Boots to explore that question.
Wednesday 14 Dec 2022 · Movies
Film critic Russ Matthews gives his short take review of the Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special now streaming on Disney+.
Friday 2 Dec 2022 · Movies
Increasingly, where ‘The Noel Diary’ and its streaming mates fall over is in what they define as acceptable in the pursuit of true love.
Tuesday 29 Nov 2022 · Movies
In a time where real life has been hard, a story in a fairly predictable manner could be just the comfort you need to watch this Christmas.
Thursday 24 Nov 2022 · Movies
With a cast that self-depracates, and a gentle mockery of the classic Dickens tale, Spirited proves to be a heart-warming Christmas flick.
Wednesday 23 Nov 2022 · Movies
In Wakanda Forever, Queen Ramonda, Shuri, M’Baku, Okoye and the Dora Milaje fight for their nation in the wake of King T’Challa’s death.
Friday 18 Nov 2022 · Movies
Black Adam struggles from a lack of character development and the lack of a decent villain, writes movie critic Russ Matthews.