We present seven films that help inspire people to become ballet dancers – or, at least, reveal the realities of what it takes to be the best in the industry.
Film offers a watershed moment for Asian representation, but disappoints with a far-from-fresh storyline.
'Crazy Rich Asians' isn't the only Asian American driven romcom making headlines this week.
We present seven top picks that highlight the thrills and spills of films and TV shows revolving around police work – along with a good dose of realism and comedy that helps to grab the viewers’ attention.
It is clear that Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation is dying to scare up a few laughs. Mostly, though, it fails dismally and your time and money are seriously better spent elsewhere.
Starring Amandla Stenberg and Harris Dickinson, The Darkest Minds is yet another dystopian film in a long line of YA book remakes.
Crazy Rich Asians is putting Asian American actors firmly in the spotlight, but it wasn't always this way - it's been a struggle.
She was filming a scene with Rihanna for Ocean’s 8 in the New York Times building, as one does, and when she walked outside, it was nighttime in the city where she grew up.
Always wanted to take to the skies? These seven movies and TV shows will offer you a taste of what it's like to be in the airborne driver's seat.
Jurassic World's Irrfan Khan, and Saba Qamar shine in 'Hindi Medium', a cute dramedy that also succeeds as social commentary [Review]
A middle-class couple will do anything to get their daughter into an elite private school.