Passing is a visually stunning portrayal of Larsen’s story with an inclusive cast, and the performances of Thompson and Negga are sensational.
While the camera is objectifying her body to invoke a sexual response in male viewers, Lara Croft still defies the expectations of women in action films.
Ever heard of the bad boy type? The type of man who’s sexy yet broody, or the type of man who’s dangerous but has a sensitive side? It’s a well-known stereotype that women are attracted to villains. The question is: why are we?
A film about family and sacrifice… and carnivorous locusts coming after you.
Indie director, Niki Caro (known for ‘Whale Rider’) directs the live-action ‘Mulan’ and sets another example of strong females fighting against gender inequality.
It’s hard to capture the emotions and thoughts of a character just from a few shots, but Oscar nominee composer Mica Levi’s haunting melodies proves otherwise in ‘Jackie’.
The film is a documentary focusing on heavy metal in the late 80s and tackles topics like drug addiction, alcoholism, sex, masculinity, and of course, rock and roll. However, this didn’t feel like any documentary I’ve ever seen before.
Director Martin Scorsese broadens his boundaries from mafia-driven movies, to a Buddhist biopic of the 14th Dalai Lama. While Buddhism strives for peace, ‘Kundun’ reveals the violence inflicted on Tibetan Buddhists and Scorsese’s depiction of violence does not stray away.
In an all-black community in Louisiana, a young girl learns her father has committed infidelity and turns to hoodoo to seek justice.
This Comedy-Drama set in Nazi Germany, shows a young boy, Jojo who wants to be Hitler’s personal guard and even conjures up Hitler to be his imaginary friend. His nationalism and prejudices of Jews change when he discovers a Jewish girl hiding in his attic.