In the movie world, two decades means any number of excellent - and disastrous films - get released to the public.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 opens this week, and we can’t wait. Here are seven things we’re most excited about.
Harvey Weinstein knows he can be temperamental, and he knows he’s not above a good publicity stunt, but he said Thursday his complaints over an R rating for his company’s upcoming trans teen family story 3 Generations are worth the effort on behalf of prospective young trans viewers.
Fuzzy, fluffy or scaly, with two fins, four limbs or eight legs, and with wings, tails or hooves – we all love animal films (yep, even those of you who say they hate animals, love them).
We all get the Monday blues from time to time, but when you’re permanently coloured blue, you can’t always be permanently down, as Smurfette (Demi Lovato) discovers in Smurfs: The Lost Village.
There’s a lot to love about sci-fi classic The Fifth Element, not least the beautiful colours and Bruce Willis’ snappy one-liners.
Seven year old Tim (voiced by Miles Bakshi) has great parents who love him, play with him, encourage his imagination and fantasies and even sing him special songs.
Making friends is never easy, and for little Shoko, who has a hearing impairment, it’s especially difficult. And school bully Shoya doesn’t make things any easier for her in A Silent Voice.
The world was shocked in 1978, when famed South Korean actors Shin Sang-ok and Choi Eun-hee were abducted from Hong Kong and taken to North Korea.
We learn at a young age that making friends can be easier said than done. For hearing-impaired Shoko Nishimiya in A Silent Voice, this is especially true.
Set in the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Kure during the Second world war, In This Corner of The World follows the life of Suzu, a young Japanese woman.