Ever since the release of The Sixth Sense in 1999, director M. Night Shyamalan has been the king of the motion picture plot twist. His latest offering, Split is no different.
Hanks and Eastwood have shown an A-grade actor plus an A-grade director definitely equal an A-grade film.
The film is quite a revelation; at a surface level dealing with the recording of the latest Bad Seeds’ album, Skeleton Tree, it is actually about so much more.
Eight Days a Week (The Touring Years) documents, in meticulous detail, the Fab Four’s rise to fame in Liverpool, England in 1962 and follows along country to country, city to city (even Adelaide gets a look in).
Free State of Jones is an absorbing historical drama that lifts the veil on the Confederate side of the American Civil War.
Our Kind of Traitor is another absorbing thriller from the mind of master-novelist John Le Carre.
The best Mother’s Day gift you could give your mum is to avoid taking her to this atrocious film.
This is not either Danny Boyle’s nor Aaron Sorkin’s best work by any stretch – I’ve seen better from both of them.
Quite simply, The Force Awakens is the best of the Star Wars films.
Even if you are not a sports fan or have not followed Lance Armstrong’s story, there is enough drama and emotion here to keep you well entertained.