An irreverent but cathartic recount of the most controversial sports scandal in history involving figure skating legends, foul-mouthed Tonya Harding and Ice Princess Nancy Kerrigan, where the truth is up to the audience to decide for themselves.
This is what you get when a genius director mixes a myriad of genres into one surprisingly coherent narrative about politics, society rejects, and… interspecies love.
A mildly intriguing plot executed by technical genius Ridley Scott and his star-studded cast, though falls slightly short in the character writing and storytelling, a shame but still a masterpiece.
The result of three years of editing more than 12,000 DVDs of footage, BBC brings us a stunning documentary about the experience of our fellow earthlings from dawn to dusk on one amazing day on Earth.
You’re in for a heartwarming yet dark adventure as Breathe inspires while giving a rude awakening to those struggling with first-world problems.
The usual entertaining action flick where Liam Neeson is at the centre of good and evil, except most of which happens on an old train with regular travellers and a cheap plot twist.
An ambitious premise with too little meat to support the characters, which is a pity considering the compelling dialogues and performances.
A musical that will blow you away with its magical songs and brilliantly choreographed dances, it’s a simple story about accepting who we are is always better than pretending we’re more.
A French copy of "Chuck & Larry" that can be both very offensive and hilarious, depending on whether you dig over-the-top gags that are more of critiques of stereotypes than anything else.
Apart from being touching and heartwarming, "Wonder" weaves in adolescent friendships and family ties into a story about overcoming one’s misfortune.