Unusually for a comedy film, The Festival gets funnier as it goes on.
BlacKkKlansman is inspired by actual events – or, as the opening titles put it, “Dis joint is based on some fo’ real, fo’ real shit.”
Straight actors playing gay characters is fine – but there are still plenty of reasons for the LBGT+ community to be disappointed.
After her vivacious partner’s imprisonment, Chela slowly outgrows her sullen, damp dish-cloth nature.
The director’s jokes about paedophilia aren’t family friendly, but firing him may have implications for the franchise.
Plus: the return of Ant-Man.
The director Daniel Kokotajlo’s greatest achievement is his sympathetic grasp of character.
This sequel has a more reflective tone than the banger-a-minute original, but you can’t deny its charms.
This documentary heaves with Venice Beach brats with four-figure allowances, and strippers writhing around inhundred-dollar bills.
Margot Robbie's “make-under” in new film Mary, Queen of Scots revives questions about why only conventionally attractive women can become Hollywood superstars.
The announcement comes a year after Dame Maggie said the show ruined her life and a film would be overkill.