Some big detractions hold back what is an otherwise very well made (very) dark comedy.
Pixar's latest blends fun and heart into a film that all can enjoy.
Oscar nominated doco filmmaker Matthew Heineman ('Cartel Land') looks at the citizen journalists risking it all to expose ISIS.
Sicario, Arrival, Incendies, Prisoners. Villeneuve is one of the finest directors working today.
A predominantly dull film with the occasional whiff of brilliance found here and there.
A mix of impressive performances with sharp visuals and a wonderful score.
Fun concept and some strong cinematography aside, the film is constantly hurt by the underdevelopment of character and plot.
Flickers between 'E.T.' and a PETA Facebook video.
The distinct lack of females within the music industry is the focus of this very well put together documentary.
Aussie filmmaker David Michôd ('Animal Kingdom') has, unfortunately, crafted a satire that simply doesn't work.
Although, Kruger does put in a great performance.
And yes, this must-watch doco is available on Netflix. Get on it.
It’s a brilliant and important film, and deserves to be heralded as a modern classic.