Tag: history

New Midway trailer: Roland Emmerich flexes his muscles in this WWII epic

The disaster master returns with another muscular action-drama

Netflix set theatrical and streaming dates for The Irishman

Scorsese has finished tinkering with the CGI and the release date is set in stone

The King trailer: Timothee Chalamet leads an all-star cast in a modern adaptation of King Henry V

Director David Michôd updates Shakespeare's classic plays about the brutal king

The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith Review

Fred Schepisi's The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith broke new ground in social commentary as well as |Australian Cinema and remains controversial after 40 years.

Scorsese's The Irishman to close this year's London Film Festival

The film is now confirmed for a second big screening date

Scorsese's The Irishman gets a premiere date

New images and a fixed premiere date tell us that a trailer should be on the way soon

Harriet trailer: Cynthia Erivo stars as Harriet Tubman in this first-time biopic

A first ever biopic about the political activist arrives later in the year

The Current War Review

A pedestrian, incomprehensible electricity drama that even the likes of Cumberbatch and Shannon cannot save.

Gwen Review

Gothic skies foreshadow trouble for a mother and her two daughters

Ashes in the Snow Review

Teenager, Lina, and her family face the horrors of World War II as they struggle to find meaning and dignity.

Apollo 11 Review

The moon landing as you've never seen it before

Gwen trailer: A Gothic folk tale set in the windswept Welsh valleys

William McGregor's début feature arrives in UK cinemas next month

Distant Voices, Still Lives Review

Terence Davies' wonderful debut is 30 years old and has A rerelease is a gift. And this one has a spiffing new 4K transfer.

Jimmy's Hall Review

Karen reviews a new film from the great British director Ken Loach.