In ‘Next Goal Wins’, Taika Waititi returns to his independent roots, and is speaking with his own voice again.
This triumph of a film is delicate and caring in depicting the story of saving hundreds of children across a continent infected by the Nazis.
The bond between the 7-year-old William and his latest toy, a velveteen rabbit, is at the centre of this coming-of-age story.
‘Wonka’ takes us back to the origin story of Willy, the Oompa Loompas (Hugh Grant), and how the famous chocolate factory came to life.
This ‘True Lies’-inspired storyline will draw audiences into a world of carpools, kickboxing classes, and the occasional assassination.
Come February, this band wants to “Call you home to Jesus, to a cup of tea, a bowl of soup with Jesus at a rock ‘n’ roll concert.”
The Holdovers is an unexpected joy with a different aesthetic appeal than your typical holiday movie. The beauty is just under the surface.
Spectacle, memorable characters, bizarre visuals and a whole lot of heart. ‘The most uplifting show on streaming this year’ says reviewer.
Protaganist Josh finds his voice not in the dramatic world and the political arena as he comes to terms with his identity and heritage.
It takes plenty of license, but ‘The Journey to Bethlehem’ is great for those wanting to introduce friends and family to the Christmas story.