Racial stereotypes and political correctness are put under the microscope in the film, "Dear White People".
A new biopic examines the life of the tortured grunge king and the clash of ordinariness and iconicity.
The next Spike Lee joint needs to do more than add to the growing list of reductive and voyeuristic features and documentaries about the tough city.
Having swapped tennis playing for the bright lights of stage and screen, Stelio Savante is making critical waves in Tinseltown.
Filmmaker has written nine new episodes with original co-creator Mark Frost, but says ‘not enough money was offered’ to do script justice
Cinderella is constructed as a fable that’s evergreen-familiar but slightly modernised and much more English in tone than the animated original.
Masterful film allegorises the unfulfilled promise of the 60s as it unravels in the harsh reality of the 70s.
Roger Moore has denied making racist comments about Idris Elba’s chances of replacing Daniel Craig as James Bond.
The new South African host of an American satirical show is garnering both proud and fittingly hilarious tweets in response to his new appointment.
First '24', then 'Twin Peaks' and now 'The X-Files': why bring old shows back from the dead?
The lack of laughs, expositional dialogue and dull cinematography mar top satirist’s Iranian jail drama.
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.