From Legally Blonde the Musical to Step: what inspired director Amanda Lipitz to make her first ever documentary
“When I walked in and saw them stepping, it was like a musical," the director said.
This nail-biting tale of love and survival stars Academy Award winner Kate Winslet, and Marvel's Idris Elba, the film is directed by Academy Award nominee Hany Abu-Asad.
Even with good intentions of encouraging everyone to just get along, local feel-good film just isn't very entertaining.
It doesn't quite live up to the first two films of the LEGO franchise, but fans are still sure to enjoy it. And did we mention it has an adorable, furry baddie?
A Taxi Driver is a thrilling, tear-jerking, thoroughly entertaining Korean film.
Following the senior year of three underprivileged teens, Step is an authentic glimpse of the extra effort they need to put in to pursue higher education.
Ingrid Goes West, with great performances by Elizabeth Olsen and Aubrey Plaza, examines our relationship with social media [Review]
This dark comedy is also a thoughtful look at how one's Instagram feed twists the reality of both the person who posts and their followers.
He may have gained fame for his voice and his close resemblance to follow Hong Kong actor Cheung Chi-lam, but Owen Cheung’s star is on the rise for reasons he can safely call his own.
Taiwanese documentary The Silent Teacher takes a hard look at the meaning of life and its looming – and taboo in discussions – shadow, death. The story is told through widower Lin Hui-tsung.
You’d be hard-pressed to find anyone who hasn’t seen or at least heard of the 2006 documentary An Inconvenient Truth. It won Oscars, became mandatory viewing in schools and brought the issue of climate change firmly into the public eye.