Check out the first trailer from Spike Lee’s new movie BlacKkKlansman!
“…this is Lee’s most vital and impassioned film in decades”
Steve Pond - The Wrap
“…Lee reasserts himself once again as a vital, complex voice in cinema”
Richard Lawson - Vanity Fair
“Led by strong performances from John David Washington and Adam Driver, BlacKkKlansman is sobering, darkly funny, uneven and impossible to ignore”
Tim Grierson - Screen Daily
BlacKkKlansman will be released in Australian cinemas August 9!
Logan Lucky Movie Review
It’s also a work of two parts and while the first half struggles a bit to find its footing, in the second half, things pick up nicely. As in all good caper yarns, things are not always as they seem and the work's internal logic by film’s end is most satisfying. Soderbergh as is his way, loads the film with a heavy duty cast and it’s great to see Daniel Craig play against his usual screen persona as Joe Bang, a bleach blonde career criminal with a way with science.
Watch the official trailer for Logan Lucky
But the conniving Jimmy Logan (Channing Tatum) decides its time to turn the family's luck around, and with a little help from his friends, the Redneck Robbers, he plans to steal $14 million from the Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Logan Lucky was directed by Steven Soderbergh and stars Channing Tatum, Daniel Craig, Adam Driver, Hilary Swank, Seth MacFarlane, Riley Keough, Katie Holmes, Katherine Waterston and Sebastian Stan. Logan Lucky releases in Australian cinemas on ...
Silence is the story of two young 17th century priests who go in search of their missing mentor in the mysterious and exotic land of Japan, where their faith is outlawed and their presence forbidden. What follows is a dazzling and heart-stopping test of their endurance, faith and survival.
The film portrays a spiritual journey guaranteed to find warm reception from critics. Based on the best-selling Japanese novel of the same name Silence stars Liam Neeson, ...
Star Wars: The Force Awakens – Movie Review
The franchise is almost universally regarded as having lost it's way with Lucas' prequels (um, Episodes I, II and III) but the truth is the series began running off the rails from the moment Lucas re-branded the first instalment of Star Wars Episode IV. This set in motion two decades of Lucas dicking with his baby, subjecting his movies to so much plastic surgery as to transform them into some kind of CGI-laden Frankenstein's monster. From simple beginnings Lucas had begun complicating Star ...