Bombshell trailer – Theron, Kidman and Robbie play out Fox News scandal

A new trailer has dropped for Bombshell, the new film on the Fox News scandal which is set to take the Oscars by storm. And yes, there's already a TV series with Russell Crowe about the same thing... but that one's not very good.

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Synonyms review – extremely bizarre but undeniably lovable

Berlinale winner Synonyms is a wonderfully quirky if not unquestionably complicated film that will frustrate you at times, but ultimately leave you wanting more of its running spitfire dialogue on identity and nationalism.

Gemini Man review – old Will Smith vs. young Will Smith is as lame as it sounds

Ang Lee's Gemini Man spends too much time attempting to strike a note with sentimental family relationships rather than giving us a laugh or two. It's a muddled attempt at a dated action movie that tries to be self-aware but never quite gets there.

Priscilla Queen of the Desert to screen at Aussie and Kiwi Film Fest this year

Prague's Aussie and Kiwi Film Fest will celebrate its 6th year from November 1st - 2nd in cinemas Kino Lucerna, Kino Atlas and Kino Ponrepo with a tantalising mix of classic and contemporary cinema from the shores of Australia and New Zealand, including a special screening of The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. So crank the ABBA and dust off your finest frock because your three favourite queens are coming to town!

Joker review – a thrilling rendition but no masterpiece

Joker is a gritty and thrilling contemporary adaptation with an awards worthy performance from Joaquin Phoenix. A disturbing and demented origin story that breaks down the iconic Batman villain and strips him raw. What we're left with is a frail, damaged and vulnerable member of a failed society... Even so, the film doesn't break as much ground as one might expect. 

Ad Astra review – a hypnotising study on the horrors of loneliness

Ad Astra is a stylish, fascinating and meditative journey on the horrors of loneliness and depression that sticks with you even if it occasionally gets a little too Hollywood. Brad Pitt brings everything to this role - a career best performance.

IT Chapter 2 review – why it’s one of the worst horror movies of the year

It Chapter 2 focuses so much on grossing you out that it ends up achieving the complete opposite. Director Andy Muschietti must have a checklist. He's GOT to have something like that because that's how formulaic this 'horror' movie really is.