Do you know: Knightley’s role was originally intended for Scarlett Johansson – while we don’t get the Hulk and Black Widow making sweet music together, Knightley is a perfectly acceptable substitute.

Delivery Man – Review

Delivery Man doesn't inspire a whole lot of confidence - everything about its publicity campaign suggests that this is yet another frat-boy comedy built around Vince Vaughn's arrested-development screen persona. This time, he isn't crashing a wedding or getting an internship at Google: he's fathering 533 kids! It sounds terrible, but actually isn't - at least in its first half, which is an interesting, emotionally powerful look at the notions of fatherhood and responsibility. It's actually a shame that the film stumbles as determinedly as it does into its uncomfortably cheerful ending.
A soaring, inspiring adventure centred by Gal Gadot’s assured star turn, Wonder Woman is the movie long-time fans of the iconic superheroine have been waiting for.

Skiptrace – Review

Sure, it’s impressive that Jackie Chan's still kicking at 62, but Skiptrace feels long past its sell-by date, laboured and clumsily made instead of light on its feet.

Ride Along 2 – Review

Delivering action and comedy that is equally uninspired, 'Ride Along 2' trundles along with a flat tire.

Brooklyn – Review

Personal and richly humane, 'Brooklyn' is a small tale gracefully told, carried by a glowing, transcendent performance from Saoirse Ronan.
A sombre yet stirring and stunningly-realised adventure, 'War for the Planet of the Apes' engages the viewer on a human level and showcases everything a masterfully-made blockbuster can be.
Believe the hype: 'Moonlight' reinvents the coming-of-age drama genre with subtlety, style and soul. It’s arrival in Singaporean theatres is better late than never.
Somewhat sexy, somewhat dangerous, beautiful to look at but often pointlessly so, A Bigger Splash’s arthouse-ness overcomes its potential for true intrigue and dark humour.
Genius, like all good things, tends to come in pairs. At least, that's what Guy Ritchie would like us to believe, with his latest sequel to 2009's Sherlock Holmes featuring not only the usual crackling chemistry between Robert Downey Jr and Jude Law, but also a new nemesis in the form of diabolical genius, Dr Moriarty.

THE LUNCHBOX – Review

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The title character of Bram Stoker’s 1897 Gothic horror novel Dracula has reared his fanged head in popular culture for centuries, the vampire of vampires a perennially popular subject in every entertainment medium.

The Divine Fury (사자) (2019) – Review

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The Kleptocrats (2019) – Review

The Low-Down: Featuring the perspectives of investigative journalists during the uncovering of the multi-billion dollar...

Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw (2019) – Review

The Low-Down: Sometimes, you build a cinematic universe by design (hopefully). Other times, you build it...

The Lion King (2019) – Review

The Low-Down: For the past decade, Disney has dedicated an immense amount of resources to translating...

Another Child (미성년) (2019) – Review

The Low-Down: Veteran actor Kim Yoon-seok (Dark Figure Of Crime 암수살인, The Chaser 추격자) makes his...