Breakthrough tells a startling, back-from-the-brink recovery story that’s sure to leave you scratching your head, even if you don’t share the grateful mother’s faith-miracle conclusions.
As the first Marvel movie to have a stand-alone female lead and female co-writer and director, Captain Marvel enjoys some good bouts of girl power.
Uplifting yet not for the faint-hearted, the new film Hotel Mumbai takes us back to the harrowing terrorist attacks in 2008 on India’s economic capital.
In What Men Want, we’re left with the idea that if you a copy a man you can be as powerful as one; even if his values are questionable.
If anything’s to be learned from On the Basis of Sex, it’s that change can be fought for with class and dignity.
The Front Runner asks if we have a right to the private lives of our leaders and whether their personal decisions should disqualify them from leadership.
Based on an incredible true story, Green Book is the perfect mix of challenging and feel good and is 100% deserving of the 3 Golden Globes it won.
Parents of children with autism will nod, smile, laugh, shed a tear – and gain great insight and encouragement – from a new short doco film called DAD.
Diverse people gathering together around a common goal: it’s a sure-fire theme for a heartwarming film – and Instant Family is no exception.
Families will love Mary Poppins Returns and how, unlike some modern kid’s flicks, it isn’t pushing a political agenda or trying to feed social commentary.