Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga

Cast: Anya Taylor-Joy, Chris Hemsworth, Tom Burke

Director: George Miller

Rating: MA 15+

Synopsis: As the world falls, young Furiosa is snatched from the Green Place of Many Mothers into the hands of a great biker horde led by the warlord Dementus. Sweeping through the wasteland, they encounter the citadel presided over by Immortan Joe. The two tyrants wage war for dominance, and Furiosa must survive many trials as she puts together the means to find her way home.


The origin story of Furiosa has dazzling sequences, but George Miller’s overstuffed epic is no ‘Fury Road’.


George Miller fires up his war rig and roars across the Australian outback once more, this time telling the origin story of the fearsome Imperator Furiosa.


The Garfield Movie

Cast: Chris Pratt, Samuel L. Jackson, Hannah Waddingham

Director: Mark Dindal

Rating: G

Synopsis: Garfield (voiced by Chris Pratt), the world-famous, Monday-hating, lasagne-loving indoor cat, is about to have a wild outdoor adventure. After an unexpected reunion with his long-lost father – scruffy street cat Vic (voiced by Samuel L. Jackson) – Garfield and his canine friend Odie are forced from their perfectly pampered life into joining Vic in a hilarious, high-stakes heist.


The loveable but lazy orange cat finds him drawn into a reluctant adventure when he reconnects with someone from his past.

​Times Now

The plot is a little far fetched, the story is weird – but since we’re dealing with cats it’s all kosher


Bad Boys: Ride or Die

Cast: Will Smith, Jerry Bruckheimer, Chad Oman, Doug Belgrad

Director: Adil El Arbi, Bilall Fallah

Rating: MA 15+

Synopsis: This year, the world’s favourite Bad Boys are back with their iconic mix of edge-of-your seat action and outrageous comedy but this time with a twist: Miami’s finest are now on the run.


I love the Bad Boys franchise. This one raised every bar. It’s nonstop hilarious. Innovative action beats. So much chemistry with Will Smith and Martin Lawrence.

Brandon Davis

RIDE OR DIE is a total blast. It’s crazy how Adil & Bilali have tapped into the strong emotional core of this series without sacrificing any of its insane fun. Smith & Lawrence bring their A-game, the supporting cast step it way up (REGGIE!), & shit blows up real good.

Bill Bria

Inside Out 2

Cast: Amy Poehler, Lewis Black, Phyllis Smith, Tony Hale, Liza Lapira, Maya Hawke, Ayo Edebiri, Adèle Exarchopoulos, Paul Walter Hauser

Director: Kelsey Mann

Rating: PG

Synopsis: Disney and Pixar’s “Inside Out 2” returns to the mind of newly minted teenager Riley just as headquarters is undergoing a sudden demolition to make room for something entirely unexpected: new Emotions! Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear and Disgust, who’ve long been running a successful operation by all accounts, aren’t sure how to feel when Anxiety shows up. And it looks like she’s not alone. Maya Hawke lends her voice to Anxiety, alongside Amy Poehler as the voice of Joy. The voice cast also includes Lewis Black, Phyllis Smith, Tony Hale, Liza Lapira, Ayo Edebiri, Adèle Exarchopoulos, Paul Walter Hauser, Kensington Tallman, Lilimar, Diane Lane, Kyle MacLachlan, Sumayyah Nuriddin-Green, Grace Lu and Yvette Nicole Brown. Directed by Kelsey Mann and produced by Mark Nielsen with a screenplay by Meg LeFauve and Dave Holstein, “Inside Out 2” features a score by Andrea Datzman.


There was a moment when my heart broke, and had therapy-like breakthrough all at once.


Inside Out 2 “glimmers with diamond-hard truths about the complex business of being a human” – and has one of the year’s best punchlines.


Despicable Me 4

Cast: Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig, Will Ferrell, Sofía Vergara, Joey King, Miranda Cosgrove

Director: Chris Renaud

Rating: PG

Synopsis: In the first Despicable Me movie in seven years, Gru, the world’s favorite supervillain-turned-Anti-Villain League-agent, returns for an exciting, bold new era of Minions mayhem in Illumination’s Despicable Me 4.


Despicable Me 4 is not a remarkably bad film, nor does it really jump the shark from what’s come before — but it does threaten to collapse under a critical mass of deja vu.

ABC News

If your kids love these characters, they are sure to have a delightful time. It’s a perfect kid’s film.


Midnight Oil: The Hardest Line

Cast: Peter Garrett, Rob Hirst, Martin Rotsey

Director: Paul Clarke

Rating: M

Synopsis: Contrary. Passionate. Outspoken. Over 45 years Midnight Oil helped shape modern Australia. This is their trailblazing story for the first time on film. Midnight Oil: The Hardest Line is the authorised documentary of seminal Australian rock group tracing their origins from the politically charged atmosphere of the 1970s to their rise as global icons.


Paul Clarke’s documentary walks down memory lane, tracing the glory days of the iconic Australian band, and contemplating the legacy they leave.

ScreenHub Australia

The documentary lived up to the infamous energy of one of the most raucously loud, unashamedly political bands this country has ever produced.

Honi Soit

Horizon: An American Saga, Chapter 1

Cast: Kevin Costner, Sienna Miller, Sam Worthington, Giovanni Ribisi, Jena Malone, Abbey Lee, Michael Rooker, Danny Huston, Luke Wilson, Isabelle Fuhrman

Director: Kevin Costner

Rating: M

Synopsis: Chronicles a multi-faceted, 15-year span of pre-and post-Civil War expansion and settlement of the American west.


The first of a possible four Western epics, Kevin Costner’s Horizon: An American Saga – Chapter 1 is a throwback that tries (and fails) to reckon with the genre’s ugly history.


A rigorous and handsome drama, finely hewn by Costner and his cast, this is an absorbing ride into the Old West.


The Bikeriders

Cast: Will Smith, Jerry Bruckheimer, Chad Oman, Doug Belgrad

Director: Adil El Arbi, Bilall Fallah

Rating: CTC

Synopsis: This year, the world’s favourite Bad Boys are back with their iconic mix of edge-of-your seat action and outrageous comedy but this time with a twist: Miami’s finest are now on the run.


Jeff Nichols adapts photographer Danny Lyon’s late-60s biker gang adventure, with stellar performances from Jodie Comer, Austin Butler and Tom Hardy.

The Guardian

The first act is riveting but then loses gas, leaving you waiting for the engine to run out.


A Quiet Place: Day One

Cast: Lupita Nyong’o, Joseph Quinn, Alex Wolff, Djimon Hounsou

Director: Michael Sarnoski

Rating: M

Synopsis: As New York City is invaded by alien creatures who hunt by sound, a woman named Sammy fights to survive.

Starts Thursday, June 27, 2024

Blue Lock the Movie: Episode Nagi

Cast: Nobunaga Shimazaki, Yuma Uchida, Kazuyuki Okitsu, Kazuki Ura, Tasuku Kaito

Director: Shunsuke Ishikawa

Rating: PG

Synopsis: In Japanese language with English subtitles.
Seishiro Nagi before he enters the titular Blue Lock facility.

Starts Thursday, June 27, 2024