All 6 Baz Luhrmann Movies Ranked From Worst To Best

“Truth, beauty, freedom, love.” Baz Luhrmann’s films are an incendiary bubblegum crossroads, where Italian grand opera, Bollywood, Greek myths and Hollywood Technicolor collide. Growing up in rural Herons Creek, New South Wales, Baz Luhrmann was informed by his father’s profession as a cinema owner and the ballroom dancing he practiced with his mother. In the […]

The 10 Most Underrated Crime Movies of The 1990s

The 1990s was a golden age for crime movies. Every single year of the decade, yet another perfect neo-noir was released. Audiences were overrun with classics like Goodfellas, Pulp Fiction and Fargo. Although Quentin Tarantino remains the undefeated champion of the genre during this decade, his work is only the tip of the iceberg. When […]

The 10 Most Underrated Crime Movies of The 2010s

Since the genesis of cinema, the crime genre has unfalteringly persisted as a firm favourite among audiences worldwide. Although the ‘40s or the ‘90s are often referenced as great times for noir and neo-noir cinema, respectively, the 2010s boasts its own hefty share of crime classics. Most movie fans are already familiar with well-publicised triumphs […]

The 10 Most Underrated Comedy Movies of The 2010s

When people think of the golden age of comedy movies, they often reference the Marx Brothers’ 1930s or Bill Murray’s 1980s. Some critics relish in assigning reductive, patronising labels: “you couldn’t make a film like that any more,” “it was of its time,” “that was back when movies were still good,” “the industry was different […]

The 10 Most Underrated Western Movies of The 2010s

“Probably more than any other genre that there is, even though they take place a hundred and something years ago, westerns reflect the decade in which they were made,” asserts Quentin Tarantino. “The westerns of the ‘50s reflected an Eisenhower America. Or, consequently, the ‘70s reflected a Watergate era.” For a western title to be […]