In this new series, Film Inquiry Editor in Chief Manon de Reeper chats about
Where the original Wreck-It Ralph confined itself to video games, the sequel unleashes Ralph and Vanellope onto
Quite different from the big budget, blockbuster action films that we associate with sci-fi nowadays, Prospect is a slow-burning, languid study of people who end up at the wrong place at the wrong time, somewhere in outer space.
First Reformed had its U.S. premiere at SXSW, with Paul Schrader and Ethan Hawke in attendance. First Reformed brings Paul Schrader's career to a full circle, with both strong Bressonian and Taxi Driver influences.
Far from the average Netflix indie, 6 Balloons is a thrilling turn for its co-stars and a promising sophomore picture for its director.
The narrative debut of director Miranda Bailey, You Can Choose Your Family, is a misjudged dark comedy that earns enough goodwill through the committed performances from its ensemble.
We spoke with the Jackie van Beek & Madeleine Sami, directors, writers and stars of upcoming New Zealand comedy The Breaker Upperers, about their work together as well as Taika Waititi's role as a producer on the film.
Midnighters doesn't ask too much from the audience. Respectfully, it knows what it is: a popcorn thriller with style and a bit of substance, enjoyable for anyone who likes a thriller in the Hitchcockian vein.