First '24', then 'Twin Peaks' and now 'The X-Files': why bring old shows back from the dead?
The township dance style sbujwa is taking the silver screen by storm, espousing dance technique if not fabulous story telling.
"Chappie", unlike "District 9, is a surprisingly personal parable of ambivalence towards traditional masculine values, writes Sarah Dawson.
Director Neill Blomkamp resuscitated an idea that he shared with actor Sharlto Copley a long time ago and produced a fun film.
A new hip-hop drama series feels a bit like a season of 'The Sopranos' interpreted by the cast of 'Glee'.
The actor, who played the logical human-alien Mr Spock in the cult Star Trek TV series and subsequent movies, has died after battling a lung disease.
"Birdman", "Selma" and "The Theory of Everything" are among the winners at the 87th Academy Awards.
Fifty Shades of Grey takes a nuanced approach to sex and power, but it is far too pedestrian to be called truly provocative feminist cinema.
Though it is set 50 years ago, Tim Burton’s latest movie is eerily a film of the moment.
Millions of fans are expected to flock to the release of the erotic movie based on the popular book - despite the story being rubbished by critics.
The lack of representation at the Baftas used to at least play on the organisers’ conscience. It’s taken a step back even from that.
From Richard Linklater winning the director award to Patricia Arquette taking the supporting actress prize, Boyhood has won big at the film awards.
One of Hollywood's most powerful executives is leaving company after hacking scandal, but is starting studio-backed venture.
Selma’s release caps an interesting period for black cinema - where filmmakers got back to telling complex, unflinching stories about life in the US.
The Oscar-nominated film comes to our screens at a time when racial and social equality debates are as topical as they were back in 1965.
The Oscar-nominated actor says he did not foresee "American Sniper" - a film critics say glorifies war - becoming a charged political conversation.
Comedian Chris Rock’s film reminds us that even race-incisive (black) men continue to be very gender-blind.
'Singin' in the Rain' star, Debbie Reynolds, honoured at the Screen Actors Guild awards for her on-screen career of six decades.
Benedict Cumberbatch delivers a sterling Turing – the man who beat Hitler but was destroyed by homophobia.