The Fifth Estate, about Julian Assange and Wikileaks, focuses too much on the character and not enough on the questions citizen journalism raises.
Steve Jobs died two years ago this month. They should have waited a few more years before releasing Jobs.
Hugh Jackman finally gets a movie to sink his claws into. In "Prisoners", he plays Keller Dover, the archetypal patriarch.
This is the story of the little movie that could have done better. What The English Teacher gets right is the tone and style of the indie sleeper.
Elysium is today's gross global inequality realised. By 2154, humanity is divided into the privileged and the masses on whose backs this is built.
In an industry dominated by male-made images, an extraordinary international project offers very personal points of view of five female photographers.
A childhood fantasy to see Mauritius finally turns into a holiday: to Joonji Mdyogolo’s delight, it looks just like the poster.
In her quest for rational thought after her father's death, Joonji Mdyogolo finds solace in an unlikely source.
Of the reams of writing and constant story updates done on Django Unchained, not much, if any, has been said about Kerry Washington's insipid role.
Why is a woman's body image - from girlhood to adulthood - fraught with so many issues, asks Joonji Mdyogolo.