Protaganist Josh finds his voice not in the dramatic world and the political arena as he comes to terms with his identity and heritage.
It takes plenty of license, but ‘The Journey to Bethlehem’ is great for those wanting to introduce friends and family to the Christmas story.
In this prequel we meet the infamous President Snow as a child and during the era that leads up to the creation of The Hunger Games.
“There’s a lot of darkness in the world and this movie is a bright light [that] shines a light on the ultimate bright light which is Christ.”
It’s an unethical minority who takes the spotlight in this Big-Pharma drama starring Chris Evans, Emily Blunt & Andy Garcia.
Films about artificial intelligence usually involve great battles and computer-generated creations. Not so, in the Garth Davis film ‘Foe’.
‘The New Boy’ delves into the mystical intersection of the spiritual beliefs of Australia’s first people and the Christian faith.
The Aussie battler spirit is pitted against the invading force from the United Kingdom in this sweet rom-com starring Delta Goodrem.
Despite being labelled as ‘dumb money’ by the industry, this one man brought about a revolution that changed how the stock market operates.
Kenneth Branagh’s Hercule Poirot ventures into the canals of Venice with a reimagined depiction of Christie’s 1969 novel Hallowe’en Party.