Tying together time travel and romance, Take Me to the Moon is an inspiring story that motivates you to chase after your dreams.
In the 37th Doraemon movie, it is good to see familiar characters return to their original appearances.
Kiseki: Sobito of That Day showed as part of the Hong Kong International Film Festival which showcases 200 movies from around the world every year.
Big hair, puffy shoulder pads and the Sony Walkman – the ’80s was a time of synth-pop, fashion disasters and the rise of the blockbuster film.
If you like a social message with your laughs then this comedy directed by famous South African film maker Jamie Uys is for you.
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets was billed as a visual spectacle from the trailers, and in that respect it delivers completely.
Singers don’t always turn out to be great actors, but One Direction’s Harry may be an exception to the rule.
This film is suitable for its intended young audience, but not for teenagers. The sparkles, rainbow colours and bright pink frilly dresses will appeal to children, but anyone over 10 will probably find it exhausting to watch.
In his most visually driven film yet, Christopher Nolan masterfully realises the potential of the cinematic experience.
A father trains his daughters to become wrestlers in order to chase after his own unfulfilled dreams.
At last, director Guy Ritchie’s live-action Aladdin has its title character and its Princess Jasmine, and even the Genie.