The mockumentary genre has seen little traction in cinema, despite its critical and cult successes. Has its cultural capital run dry, or is there life in it yet?
Johnny English. incompetent spy extraordinaire, strikes again in this surprise sequel. Does it give us something interesting, or should it have stayed a duology? Kelsey reviews.
Crazy Rich Asians takes you on a romantic getaway to Singapore with the rich and famous.
Kelsey reviews ‘Ladies in Black’ in an advanced screening for Australia, following several women in Sydney during 1959.
A strange choice for a sequel, ‘Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again’ rides its source material to a few highs, but inevitably trips over its irreplaceable qualities.
After the grand-scale, epic ‘Infinity War’ left most Marvel fans wanting more. Does Ant-man deliver, or is it a small disappointment? Kelsey reviews.
Picking up right where it left off, The Incredibles 2 successfully revives the themes and tone of the original, though in doing so it risks falling behind the times.
After the internet-splitting horrors of Ghostbusters (2018), Kelsey had to overcome female-reboot fears to review the latest Oceans flick.
The world breathed a collective sigh of relief when our favourite cop-comedy TV outing was brought back to life. However, what does the Brooklyn Nine-Nine saga mean for broadcast television, and the future of syndication?
Ten years in the running, ‘Infinity War’ blasted on our screens and redefined the ‘crossover’ film. After a record-breaking opening weekend—what’s next for the Marvel Cinematic Universe?