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‘Shazam! Fury of the Gods’ Feels Like End of an Era

‘Shazam! Fury of the Gods’ feels like the end of an era, giving DCEU fans what they want, but not hinting at anything new to look forward to.

Glass Onions: A Knives Out Mystery

Daniel Craig as master detective Benoit Blanc was a revelation and proved to be one of the best films of 2019. Now Netflix is giving us more.

‘Till’ Tells an Important Story That is Timeless

‘Till’ will touch parents’ souls while providing a historical perspective on one of the darker sides of humanity, writes Russ Matthews.

‘Sharper’ A Clever Psychological Thriller

‘Sharper’ is a twisted journey into the world of billionaires and those who hope to gain access to their riches.

‘Aftersun’ is a Film That Sneaks Up On You [Movie Review]

The emotion of ‘Aftersun’ sneaks up on you, and it will likely linger in the heart and mind for longer than expected, writes Michael Walsh.

In a Culture That Questions Male Friendship, ‘Close’ is a Cautionary Tale

Humanity is designed for human connection. We should be slow to define these connections and allow boys to be friends, writes Russ Matthews.

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

After four phases of films, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is now set to launch into Phase Five, kicked off by Ant-Man himself.

‘True Spirit: The Aussie Girl Who Took On The World’ – Movie Review

The young Aussie actor Teagan Croft does an admirable job of capturing the emotional and physical limits experienced by sailor Jessica Watson.

Oscar Predictions for 2023 – From Reel Dialogue

The team at Reel Dialogue casts their predictions for who they think should win and who may take home the most awards at this year’s Oscars.

‘Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre’ a Breath of Fresh Air – Movie Review

This script has Guy Ritchie’s fingerprints all over it and the production will give his fans what they want.

‘Devotion’ Tells Inspiring Story of First African-American Naval Aviator

Jonathan Majors takes on the role of Jesse Brown, the first African-American aviator to make it into the U.S. Navy.

A Man Called Otto: Reel Dialogue Movie Review

A Man Called Otto is a warm crowd-pleaser that is told powerfully and will warm even the grumpiest hearts, writes Michael Walsh.

‘Emily’ Dives Deep Into the Brontë Story and Her Great Love

‘Emily’ is the story of a woman who rebels against the stuffy norms of her religious upbringing to find true “freedom in thought”.

‘The Fabelmans’ Delves Into the Spielberg Story

The Fabelmans is Stephen Spielberg’s interpretation of his inspiration as a child to make movies and how his family shaped him.

‘Slumberland’ a Dreamworld Fantasy for the Kids

With vibrant colours, a youth protagonist, and a story of make-believe dreams and siblings play-acting, ‘Slumberland’ is great for the kids.

Enola Holmes 2 – A Reel Dialogue Movie Review

Based on the mystery series by Nancy Springer, Enola Holmes 2 opens the second chapter of Sherlock Holmes’ younger sister, Enola.

Guillermo Del Toro’s Pinocchio – A Reel Dialogue Movie Review

This latest animated version of the classic tale of Pinocchio may stand as one of the best ever put to screen, writes Russ Matthews.

Famous Books Come to Life in ‘Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile’ – Movie Review

The famous children’s books from the mid-1960s, about Lyle, a kind-hearted, city-dwelling crocodile, have come to life on the big screen.