Terrifying/awesome deepfake video casts Tom Holland and Robert Downey Jr in Back To The Future
Great Scott! The video sits comfortably at the bottom of the uncanny valley.
Ranking Jim Carrey’s best and worst roles
The best and worst of of Jim Carrey, from The Truman Show (brilliant) to Batman Forever (please, make it stop!).
Tarantino releases Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood mini doco on Youtube
It’s like Quentin wants to win some kind of …I don’t know, movie award? In the near future?
Purrfect cinema: the 9 best movie cats of all time
Purr-sonally, I feel we can do better than the disastrous cast of ‘Cats’.
How fans are reacting to the Ghostbusters: Afterlife trailer
The trailer’s Stranger Things-esque vibe is winning over audiences.
Knives Out and the everlasting appeal of the whodunit genre
Here’s what makes the critically acclaimed box office hit Knives Out so much fun
Paul Rudd’s best roles, from wooing Juliet to hanging out with Ron Burgundy
Nobody lights up the screen with nice guy charm quite like Paul Rudd.
Cowabunga! A rotting costume from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3 has been rediscovered
It’s definitely cursed, but it’s also only priced at $27,460 AUD.
Between Two Ferns: The Movie is a jumbo-sized take on satirical interview series
Story-wise it ain’t much, but it’s all just an excuse to watch celebrities squirm.
Good Boys is what you want from a tween comedy laced with F-bombs, sex toys and drugs
Teen comedy tropes get appropriately scaled down to 12-year-olds.
Why can’t we be friends? The best buddy action comedies
Stuber is the latest in a long line of buddy comedies, revolving around mismatched partners forced to overcome their differences.
Netflix’s Someone Great tepidly tries to cross Broad City with Blue Valentine
“Easily the best thing about Someone Great is its cast.”
Netflix film The Ballad of Buster Scruggs is a divine tasting board for all things Coen brothers
An eclectic anthology of vignettes that act as a tasting menu of everything the Coens have to offer.
Understanding The Dude: revisiting The Big Lebowski’s gloriously kooky characters
Twenty years after The Big Lebowski first arrived in cinemas, critic Luke Buckmaster revisits this inimitable comedy to see what makes it tick.