Taika Waititi mainstays Jackie van Beek and Madeleine Sami deliver a film packed with laughs, though a number of scripting issues undermine the experience.
An invitation to eavesdrop on cinema royalty, Tea with the Dames offers a light but unguarded look into the lives of some of Britain’s most revered actors.
While upcoming director Ari Aster doesn’t stray from horror tropes in Hereditary, its excellent execution and a stellar performance by Toni Collette embody everything that makes horror cinema terrifying.
Aardman animation Early Man breaks no new ground, but the simple humour and creativity in juxtaposing modern sports culture with ancient history is enough to keep the film feeling vital throughout.
The 90th Oscars have come and gone—this time without a hitch—and Del Toro’s fantasy romance came out on top with Best Picture. Richard sums up the action.
The film world’s Superbowl is fast approaching, and Richard couldn’t contain his excitement. Read his nominations reactions here.
Violent, profane and unpredictable on its surface, Three Billboards has the requisite depth and heart to pull off a believable drama with outlandish comic style.
Darkest Hour is an effective portrayal of Winston Churchill’s rise to power, though it might more accurately be described as an exhibition of Gary Oldman’s uncanny ability to sink into a role.
The nominations for the 33rd Independent Spirit Awards were announced, and Richard got excited. Here are the results of this fan-girling.
We want to see Tommy Wiseau sit among the stars at the Oscars ceremony. Richard Houlihan, our resident awards obsessive, discusses the chances of ‘The Disaster Artist’ to bring in a statue.