Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom? is not quite as magical as 2016's Your Name [Review]
Treatise on fate is nicely wrapped around a teenage romance plot but doesn't have a strong enough storyline to fully explore its many ideas.
The sequel offers serious improvements from the first edition, with slick new moves, solid action and simple but satisfying puzzles.
Golden Orchestra! is the sort of film you pop on when you want to relax and reboot after a tiring week. It’s uncomplicated, has intentionally silly plots and over-the-top acting, and tells a straightforward story with a happy ending – what’s not to love?
Patrick Ness is an award-winning YA writer whose novels are about teenagers living in today’s world, not in magical lands or fantasy kingdoms.
Having built a reputation for making simple, catchy indie folk songs over the past decade, Australian duo Angus & Julia Stone offer more of the same with their fourth album Snow.
Since the career-defining albums of Hot Fuss and Sam’s Town, The Killers have struggled to hit the same dizzying heights with their follow-up albums. Wonderful Wonderful sadly is no exception to the plateau.
The YRock International Music Challenge invites young, raw, local talent to battle for a chance to perform on the big stage.
The director of the film about life after death discusses his inspiration behind the story and overcoming self-doubt.
Ingrid Goes West director Matt Spicer on how this Sundance darling was inspired by his own 'addiction' to social media
if it weren’t for our unhealthy obsession with social media, we probably wouldn’t have had the pleasure of having Ingrid Goes West.
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.