Celebrating individual differences, friendship, and racial unity, Ferdinand is an adorable and hilarious animation about a giant bull that prefers flowers to bullfighting.
Loving Vincent is an aesthetic, dreamy, captivating and poignant cinematic work of art like no other
The director and star focuses more on Hercule Poirot's character, leaving actual murder in the background
I’ll come out and say it – Rebel in the Rye is a disappointing film. Even if you’re a fan of JD Salinger’s classic novel, this film about the author’s life will feel like a drag on your time.
Imagine what it was like to be a female tennis player in the 70s, and be awarded a lot less than a male tennis player.
Young Post has carefully sifted through the 84-page programme and come up with the top five picks you should catch this year.
It's no secret among the Young Post team that web editor Heidi Yeung loves horror movies. Here's what she'll be watching at her Halloween movie party (invitation only, sorry)
Good effort by the relatively unknown cast, but this film just doesn't bring anything new to the table.
Inspired by a true story, this simple yet heart-rending Japanese drama captures the psychological trauma of transgender people beautifully, and highlights the importance of support of family and peers.
The kids, the neon credits, the 80’s nostalgia, are back. Stranger Things’ return is, for better or worse, stranger than ever.