No Oscar for these guys. What films to stay far away from this year.
What's better on Christmas Day than chilling with friends and watch one (or three) of the best Christmas movies ever made?
The Greatest Showman is a spectacular musical that strikes the right chord about embracing our differences [Review]
The film is nominated for three Golden Globe awards, including a Best Actor nomination for Hugh Jackman, but it isn't without its flaws.
Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart reunite in Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle for a fun-filled adventure [Review]
Jack Black and Karen Gillan also join the comedic duo for a reboot that stands up to its predecessor.
Mary and The Witch’s Flower is a light and visually-pleasing film, but don’t expect any big life lessons [Review]
Mary And The Witch’s Flower tells a simple magical story with enchanting and soothing animation, but its predictable plot might not impress older viewers.
Grab your friends, get tickets to your nearest cinema, and get ready for the best film of the year.
The cute talking bear with the signature blue duffle coat is back, and this time he’s on the trail of a mysterious thief.
Tying together time travel and romance, Take Me to the Moon is an inspiring story that motivates you to chase after your dreams.
From glacial mountains to rainforest canopies to the African savannah, Earth: One Amazing Day explores life in all corners of the natural world, across the span of 24 hours.
Han Solo is dead. Luke Skywalker is back, but changed. And Leia Organa’s story will soon be coming to an end.