Undercover Brother
March 20th, 2003

It had to happen — the success of the Austin Powers franchise has spawned its own comic subgenre — the ‘movement’ spy spoof.
This time, the fun isn’t poked at Ian Fleming’s world, but the funky jive-ass blaxploitation films of the late 60s and early 70s.

Memoirs of a Geisha
January 12th, 2006

We see this girl sold by her own father into a life of what was essentially prostitution (albeit better regarded than it is in the West today). The movie should be about how, driven by hatred, she trains in a military installation and returns to her village to exact bloody revenge on her parents.


Fighting Temptations
March 11th, 2004

Cuba, Cuba, Cuba. Where did you go wrong? You blazed onto the scene in John Singleton’s Boyz N the Hood, then upstaged the world’s biggest movie star in Jerry Maguire and winning an Oscar for your energised performance as rising football star Rod Tidwell.

Kung Fu Hustle
August 11th, 2005

A criminal gang, a backwater village slum, two kung fu masters masquerading as commoners, a con artist and kung fu student yet to fulfill his potential, and a psychotic criminal sprung from jail.


The Constant Gardener
November 24th, 2005

Like City of God, The Constant Gardener has something important to say and wants to tell you a story about people as well. Few movies do both so comfortably, and it’s emerged as Meirelles’ forte.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens
February 7th, 2016

With his intimidating height, distinctive features and eccentric air, 31-year-old Adam Driver seemed the weirdest choice to play the romantic foil to millennial feminism’s poster girl (Lena Dunham) in Girls. He continued in drama and romance until the seemingly perfect casting as Kylo Ren, an ally of the First Order determined to destroy the resistance and the Jedi.






Garden State Written and Directed By: Zach Braff Starring: Zach Braff, Natalie Portman, Peter Sarsgaard, ...
November 25th, 2004

The Dark Knight It's funny what happens to entertainment ideas if they stay popular for ...
July 15th, 2008

Tarnation Directed by Jonathan Caouette What is it we love about misery? More correctly, ...
July 21st, 2005

Caterpillar Wish Written Directed by Sandra Sciberras Starring Susie Porter, Robert Mammone, Wendy Hughes, Phillip ...
June 8th, 2006

Under the Radar It's ironic that the term 'under the radar' could be used to ...
July 31st, 2004

Corporation, The Directors: Mark Achbar, Jennifer Abbott Appearances by: Michael Moore, Naomi Klein, Noam Chomsky, ...
September 2nd, 2004


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