A carefree young Iranian bride discovers too late that her husband’s family are Al-Qaeda commandos in Narges Abyar’s dramatic retelling of a true story. Cross-pollinating political drama, historical events, a love story and a horror movie into one edge-of-seat narrative, Narges Abyar confirms herself as one of Iran’s most exciting new directing talents in When the

Patricia Hearst and her underground minder inspire a drama about 1970s radicals from a ‘Mad Men’ writer. There is a fascinating story at the heart of American Woman, based on Susan Choi’s audacious 2003 Pulitzer Prize-nominated novel of the same name. A first feature written and directed by Semi Chellas, a writer on Mad Men, the drama

Dan Sterling, along with comedy duo Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, was committed to seeing the film through. Then, when Charlize Theron was recruited to play a politician and Rogen’s onscreen love interest, Jonathan Levine came aboard. There’s no denying the political climate has changed in recent years, and that’s something the minds behind Long Shot knew

Kevin Sorbo’s Godsploitation flick features a cynical atheist finding religion with help from Sean Hannity. Is it as bad as it sounds? We speak to its creators Imagine a film in which Christopher Hitchens has been born again as The Simpsons’ Ned Flanders. And that he gets endorsement from Donald Trump’s preferred blowhard, Fox News’s

Abhishek Varman spares no expense in this tale of forbidden love – but heavenly visuals are marred by clunky storytelling With the oddly titled Kalank (Blemish), we find Bollywood in something of a pickle. Since the runaway global success of the two-part Telugu epic Baahubali, Indian producers have followed a bigger-is-better credo, drumming up a succession of thunderous

As per a report, Rajkummar Rao will be reprising the role of Dharmendra in the 1975 comedy movie, Chupke Chupke. The remake of the epic comedy is being done by Bhushan Kumar and Luv Ranjan. Read to know more. Bollywood directors and producers often opt to follow the trend of remakes that is prevalent in

‘Endgame’ will be goodbye to several characters, and as UCLA psychology professor Yalda Uhls notes: “Absolutely that can feel like real grief.” “God, it seems like a thousand years ago,” Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) says in the second trailer for Avengers: Endgame. “I fought my way out of that cave, became Iron Man….” While it hasn’t

This energetic account of the life of the electrifying Cuban never shies away from the truth about his tough upbringing This energetic, emotionally reflective movie follows the rise of the Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta from scrappy juvenile tearaway to ballet superstar. It’s directed by Icíar Bollaín from a script by Ken Loach regular Paul Laverty that adapts the dancer’s

In this warmly humane documentary, three generations of one resourceful Syrian family head for Germany on foot ‘You’re skinny. I’ll feed you falafel for a month when you get here.” A Syrian teenager stranded in a refugee camp near the Greece-Macedonia border is video chatting with her cousin who’s made it to Berlin in this