The Blackening excels at subverting the very stereotypes it plays upon for its humour.
Woven throughout the backstories of these characters is the loss of loved ones, lack of resources and the desperation to get out of economic hardship.
Since 1981, thousands of US veterans on “healing journeys” have been warmly welcomed by the Vietnamese.
True History of the Kelly Gang marks the tenth screen version of the Ned Kelly outbreak, and is a more violent and dark – and therefore true – telling.
Two new screen productions show us the nuances of growing up in Arab and Muslim migrant communities. They’re a refreshing look at stories too seldom told.
The new Captain Marvel movie takes us back to the 1990s with a look at some of the technologies of the day. Do people still use pagers?
We have robots that can walk and run but still a long way to go before the technology matches the cybernetic skills in the new science fiction film Alita: Battle Angel.
The new film is a down-to-Earth portrayal of astronaut Neil Armstrong and our complex relationship with the Moon.
Scientists and soldiers deal with alien invaders in the new Predator movie, but how does the science stack up? With brains and brawn you’d think they’d know how to keep an alien tied down to a table.
Crazy Rich Asians is an entertaining film, but also has been a long time coming. The struggle for Asian representation in Hollywood and Broadway started more than 55 years ago.
The Meg has all the typical monster movie cliches including some terrifically bad dialogue. But what about the science?
The latest in the Jurassic World film franchise sees dinosaurs pitched as future weapons. So who’s behind that monster idea?
The genetically modified dinosaurs are back in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Fantastic entertainment, and the science isn’t too bad, considering.
A young Han Solo gets to duck from those dodgy blaster shots that mostly miss their mark in any Star Wars movie. How does that happen and what of the rest of the science in Solo: A Star Wars Story?
Avengers: Infinity War is the biggest Marvel movie ever with largest cast of superheroes (and villains). So far. But how does the science stack up?
Daniel Day Lewis makes his last appearance in Phantom Thread as master of a fashion house disturbed by his relationship with a waitress.
The new Thor: Ragnarok movie out today tackles some of the superhero issues fans have long questioned. But how does the science stack up?
It’s more than 25 years since Arnold Schwarzenegger returned in the Terminator 2: Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Now he’s back in glorious 3D, so how does the story and the science stack up today?
Peter Parker knows the formula for angular acceleration of a pendulum, and applies his science knowledge with gusto in the latest Spider-Man movie.
The latest film about Britain’s revered war leader struggles to capture the man – or give his wife the credit she deserves.