Chopper, with Eric Bana in the title role, detonated on our screens 20 years ago. The film is aggressively self-aware in its provocations but its depiction of domestic violence has not aged well.
Kon Ichikawa’s documentary of the 1964 games is one of the great sporting documentaries – if not simply one of the great documentaries.
Wake in Fright premiered at Cannes in 1971 but met with a shocked reaction. It largely fell into obscurity for 40 years, yet is now considered a classic.
It was the film that put the gangsta in Shakespeare: loud, brash, and brimming with pistols and gold chains.
Home Alone is a beloved Christmas classic now 30-years-old – but it gets dark. Really dark.
In the lead-up to Nolan’s new film Tenet, Inception is being re-released in cinemas. Even after ten years, the movie still holds surprises..
Babe combined cutting edge visual effects with a moving story of success in the face of adversity that still resonates today.
Clueless turns 25 this year. The film, a loose adaptation of Jane Austen’s Emma, is a cult classic that has spawned books, a TV series, a musical and countless fashion tributes.
The groundbreaking German expressionist film Cabinet of Dr. Caligari premiered in 1920. It is just as shocking – and influential – 100 years on.