A contrived Lonely Planet guide with too many personalities.
Bryan Cranston delivers an exquisite performance in this inspiring and enjoyable drama.
It’s a shame to witness a lot of good actors in this film.
Dario Argento’s vivid imagery and potent dose of sheer brutality makes Suspiria a true stand out.
Although The Witch tackles interesting themes, uses ambiguity and does conclude quite well, its subdued tones make the film a bit lacklustre.
The doco explores the condition known as sleep paralysis, something I never really knew about, and, unfortunately, still don’t.
A sexually explicit and intimate experience on love and sexual desire expressed to the viewer as a whole concept.
Bleak, beautiful, uncomfortable, and confronting.
Amy neatly illustrates in its over two-hour running time a clearer understanding of this talented musician.
By now we know that Banksy jokes, challenges and critiques society. Banksy Does New York doesn’t tell us anything new.