Brilliantly inventive world building coupled with a sobering central message make this Disney film feel incredibly daring and distinct
Hocus Pocus 2 Review: a Wickedly Good Time
The long-awaited sequel to 1993’s cult classic successfully balances nostalgia whilst offering audiences something fresh
Only Murders in the Building Season 2 Review: A joyous, whimsical caper
Steve Martin and John Hoffman’s zany, fourth-wall breaking comedy mystery successfully evades the sophomore slump
Turning Red review: Unashamedly female
Pixar’s first female-directed film is a beautifully resonant coming-of-age tale
“What If…?” Review: A refreshing change
After 13 years of established canon, What If…? gives viewers a glimpse into the richness of the Marvel Multiverse
The Thing About Harry: A cute queer love story without the gay trauma
A gentle romantic comedy with queer protagonists with a happy ending! That’s how low the bar is!
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series Season 2 ensures its longevity
Within its sophomore outing, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series more than that it exists far beyond the shadow of its Disney Channel namesake
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Series Review: Shoots for the stars, but doesn’t escape the atmosphere
Luckily, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier did not serve as the debut to the MCU gracing the silver screen, else Marvel’s grand TV plans may have found themselves dead in the water.
Love, Victor Review: Screw you, Simon! My story is nothing like yours
Love, Victor addresses some of the criticism aimed at 2018 movie Love, Simon
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Episode 1 Review
Marvel’s latest televisual creation is less creatively groundbreaking than predecessor WandaVision, but continues the trend of exploring the value of quiet, emotional moments in amongst the blockbuster action
Raya and the Last Dragon is a sumptuous visual feast
Disney’s 59th animated feature film is loaded with charm, emotion and depth.
‘The One and Only Ivan’ Film Review
Based on a true story and originally intended for theatrical release, The One and Only Ivan is unsure where its chief conflict lies and takes far too long to get there
“Godmothered” Review: Enchanted, but with fairy godmothers
Jillian Bell stars as criminally out-of-touch Fairy-godmother-in-training who attempts to force an outdated concept of Happily Ever After onto a widowed Isla Fisher
“Mulan” Review: Live action remake doesn’t have the original’s heart
Originally released for an extra free on Disney+, the 2020 remake directed by Niki Caro is finally available for free
“Into the Unknown: Making Frozen II” Review: Pulling Back the Curtain on the House of Mouse
Director Megan Harding leads an unprecedented look at the workings of the secretive Walt Disney Animation Studios
Soul Review: One of Pixar’s finest
Pete Docter’s latest is a massively creative feat of world building
Christmas Film Review: The Mistle-Tones
Decent lead performances and fun musical numbers make up for a predictable plot and poor attempts at humour
Christmas Film Review: 12 Dates of Christmas
Groundhogs Day gets a Christmassy spin in 12 Dates of Christmas
Christmas Film Review: The Nutcracker and the Four Realms
The visually impressive fantasy epic manages to thrill and surprise
“Noelle” Review – Anna Kendrick is winning in this heartwarming, amusing Christmas flick
When new Santa Nick (Bill Hader) goes missing, little sister Noelle (Anna Kendrick) sets out in pursuit, finding herself a fish out of water in the real world
‘Encore!’: an oddly heartwarming and emotional trip down memory lane
Former high school musical casts reunite years later to remount their last glorious foray into the spotlight in just one week with the help of theatre professionals.
‘The Imagineering Story’: An inspiring and intimate look into Disney’s theme parks
The Disney+ documentary series delves into the fascinating birth and development of Disney’s theme park division, providing brilliant insight to the creative minds of the group of talented Imagineers who designed it all.
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series is a mouthful, but a masterpiece
Cashing in on the success of one of Disney Channel’s most beloved hits? High School Musical: The Musical: The Series more than justifies its existence within the first episode alone, perhaps even surpassing the original.