On the future of children's entertainment.
Assessing the social value of Alvin and the Chipmunks.
In cinemas, sooner than you'd think.
Jordan Peele's Us can be seen as a reflection of America’s dark past
The Green Book follows Hollywood's tired script of emotional reconciliation
At the halfway mark of the Sydney Film Festival, we review some of the best, worst and weirdest films on show.
Eliza Bicego checks in on what Margaret Pomeranz is up to in her post ‘At the Movies’ life.
Salvation is only a sing-a-long away, writes Mary Ward.
Sam Murray has hard it up to here with the franchise.
If you’re reading this there’s a good chance that you’re a criminal. At the risk of generalising, we are a generation of benign thieves. We steal as if there was nothing illegal about it. Hidden behind a desk and a monitor, otherwise law abiding Australians knowingly steal when it comes to streaming our favourite TV…