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Director Rebekah Fortune's Just Charlie is an empathetic transgender coming out tale that slowly becomes a moving story of self-acceptance.

Becoming Jessica Nigri documents Nigri's uniquely devoted cosplay, delving into what it means to her in addition to the idea of cosplay in general.

Amid the rubble that is The Commuter, there is an entertaining enough film to provide respite during the Winter blues, just don’t expect too

In This Corner of the World is a beautifully captured and quietly tragic animation, which succeeds due to how it captures the sadness underneath

12 Strong feels on a par with the cringeworthy, overly patriotic action films made during the significant wars of America's past, with nothing to

FREAK SHOW: Alex Lawther Dazzles In A Transformative, Career-Making Performance

The BBQ is a low-key Australian family comedy that aspires to be 2018's answer to 90's Oz comedy classic The Castle, but it's

With a multitude of successful hits across television and film, Netflix misses a beat with their latest film The Open House, its convoluted story and