While skeptical at first, this Lifetime film makes a good attempt at reliving the whirlwind romance between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
A wonderfully engaging and riveting legal whodunit that packs a punch with its all-star cast and remains one of the most quotable films.
A riveting and dramatic insight into Winston Churchill's remarkable time as Prime Minister during WWII.
While it definitely falls short to its predecessor, it's still a hilarious and entertaining family film with a strong cast.
Spectacular songs and choreography, however, the story line falls flat, reverting back to a stock standard rag-to-riches trope that fails to surprise or express imagination, in ironic contrast to lyrics being sung by the characters.
Marvel does it again, with a superbly written and beautifully told story that had the right balance of action and emotional moments. It's a triumph for the African/African-American community and marks a step forward for the film industry as a whole.
An underrated film about an unconventional love story, set in the harsh yet beautiful backdrop of the Yorkshire countryside.
A well-written, well-executed biopic of the infamous US ice skater Tonya Harding, following all her trials and tribulations.
My Oscar predictions for 2018!
Greta Gerwig's directorial debut is a thoughtful, poignant, yet funny coming-of-age story that is beautifully written and performed.