Justin Kurzel has no interest in a by-the-numbers biography, feeling free to indulge in anachronisms for his punk rock period piece that intersects at legend and rumour.
Frenetically-paced and wildly convoluted, Guy Ritchie's latest still manages to be entertaining thanks to a scene-stealing turn by and against-type Hugh Grant.
The premise of Triple Frontier isn’t entirely new, but its tale of honour among thieves is one that never grows old.
Triple Frontier's trailer shows off a team of ex-Special Forces operatives who team up to pull off a heist..
This week on the home entertainment front, we take a look at new Blu-Rays for Pacific Rim, Slap Shot, R.I.P.D., High Plains Drifter, and Eyes without a Face.
Despite a cliche, overly melodramatic story and grating comedic relief characters, Pacific Rim is still a more than worthy summer blockbuster.
Not to be confused with the Nicolas Cage campfest of the same name, Deadfall is an overly plotted crime thriller that cares more about piling on story notes than developing actual characters.