Filmmaker John Torres takes the viewer through a personal journey trying to make sense of his complicated family life. But he does this without a clear narrative thread and instead weaves a personal narrative made up of bits and pieces of his life. The result is a free-flowing film that explores emotions, feelings and desires. Seemingly unrelated scenes that suggest reality TV combine with enactments documenting the literal story of his family's disintegration to interlace Torres' perplexities with insights into who he now understands himself to be. Torres comes from a troubled family, broken by his father's bigamy and loss of wealth. However, he presents himself as a man who has processed this tragedy enough to find his way to meaning.
Two decades on from Cinema of Unease, Tim Wong’s ambitious film essay contemplates the prevailing image of a national cinema while privileging some of the images and image-makers displaced by the popular view of filmmaking in New Zealand.
Wounded in Africa during World War II, Nazi Col. Claus von Stauffenberg returns to his native Germany and joins the Resistance in a daring plan to create a shadow government and assassinate Adolf Hitler.
When governments fail to act on behalf of captive missionaries, ex-Green Beret John James Rambo sets aside his peaceful existence along the Salween River in a war-torn region of Thailand to take action.
When the identities of secret agents from Control are compromised, the Chief promotes hapless but eager analyst Maxwell Smart and teams him with stylish, capable Agent 99, the only spy whose cover remains intact.
Batman raises the stakes in his war on crime. With the help of Lt. Jim Gordon and District Attorney Harvey Dent, Batman sets out to dismantle the remaining criminal organizations that plague the streets.
In Babylon A.D Vin Diesel stars as a veteran-turned-mercenary who is hired to deliver a package from the ravages of post-apocalyptic Eastern Europe to a destination in the teeming megalopolis of New York City.