Gritty and great fun this rock n’ roll take on the 800 year old legend of Robin Hood starring Taron Egerton is high octane fun for those not yet tired with life
Bohemian Rhapsody, one of the hit songs of popular 20th century rock band Queen changes in style, tone and tempo throughout just like the movie of the same name
A Star is Born as Ally (Lady Gaga) and Jackson Maine (Bradley Cooper) discover that love grows in concert with making love and marvelous music together on stage
First Man on the Moon NASA astronaut Neil Armstrong is portrayed by Ryan Gosling in this deeply personal telling of his story as he boldly rockets into history
Ladies in Black, a wonderfully imagined abundant to look at gentle Australian comedic movie features an ensemble cast of fine actors directed by Bruce Beresford
Finely acted The Wife features a stand out performance by Glenn Close is quite simply phenomenal as she portrays the ingrained fear many wives felt at that time
There are not enough superlatives to describe the visual sumptuousness as well as the never-ending action in Tom Cruise’s adventure, Mission Impossible: Fallout
Dame Judi Dench ends this very special visit for tea with four of England’s grandest Dames with the quote ending – “… we are such stuff as dreams are made of”!
Our fav self-obsessed ‘scoundrel’ Hans Solo as played by American Actor Alden Ehrenreich, had big shoes to fill in SOLO: A Star Wars Story but does so admirably
Corfu is a jewel set in an azure sea observes The Times travel writer Larry Durrell, near the end of iTV’s successful television series Season 3 of The Durrells
Transcending boundaries, the documentary GURRUMUL provides a reverent portrait of a true Child of the Rainbow musician Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunipingu (1971 – 2017)
The screenplay for this wondrous film has great depth, wonderful sincerity and is driven by the very appealing diversity of characters the story brings together
The British ensemble cast presenting writer director Sally Potter’s The Party, fail to keep to what is morally right and politically left in a witty wicked film
That brash rascally bunny Peter Rabbit (James Corden) has been brought into the 21st century with a loud bang and lots of attitude in a totally irreverent movie
The Return of the Hero, a period comedy and Back to Burgundy, a contemporary drama, are about human frailty, and on show at AF French Film Festival in Australia
The final award of the night with Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty back on stage to present the Oscar for the Best Picture, was won by the Shape of Water – Yahoo!