Hollywood Reporter: As violent, amoral and misanthropic as a Jacobean play, "Outrage" is Takeshi Kitano's first yakuza flick since "Brother" (2000), and arguably his best film in a decade. Cleansed of his pretentious navel-gazing in recent years, it burst with the direct cinematic power of his early works ("A Violent Cop," "Sonatine"), though his style is less minimalist and characters less taciturn.
Are you excited for International Women's Day 2024? Well, we are here to add to that with a list of movies that celebrate the day like no other.
After delighting as the unforgettable Winston Scott in the John Wick series, Ian McShane returns to the world of assassins in American Star.
A Soweto Love Story Review: This South African movie, based on a Naija Christmas, is a feel-good film about finding love and fun. However, it's enjoyable only if you haven't watched the original one.