From a castle that breathes, a comic book come to life, to a fantastic thief – this is your Weekly Watch.
From doppelgängers to spooky Santa, this is your Weekly Watch.
James says that the film was never intentionally made to be about men’s mental health of grief, but that it just came naturally and eventually evolved before their eyes into exactly that.
This week is all about romance; a genre I am particularly fond of. From how love can change your life, to the different kinds of love around the world – this is your Weekly Watch.
From an Irish sitcom to a refreshing summer throwback – here is your Weekly What To Watch.
A Quiet Place: Part II delivers suspense and scares cementing John Krasinski as a director to watch.
June Again is a watchable but largely unconvincing and contrived exploration of dementia through one family’s journey from disintegration to resurrection.
A heart-warming, hilarious rollick that is as poignant as it is playful, Rosa and her joyously dysfunctional family take the audience on a journey of self-discovery, love and saying yes.
Guy Ritchie brings his brand of macho action and tongue-in-cheek wit to Wrath of Man, his latest suspenseful action film.
A compelling story of an unexpected and epic journey, the full-length feature film Atlantis Untold will show at this year’s Adelaide Fringe.