Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac bring their red carpet chemistry to this Neon mini-series, as a couple in turmoil in Scenes From a Marriage. While it can be difficult to get through, this is exquisitely made television, writes Amelia Berry.
Four Indigenous teens in Oklahoma save money from their low-reward crimes with the hope of one day travelling to the faraway land of California in this US comedy with a local connection. Two Indigenous filmmakers, Native American Starlin Harjo and Aotearoa’s Taika Waititi, have created something epic in the quirky, coming-of-age comedy series, writes Laumata Lauano.
Documentary on the life of seven-time Formula 1 world champion driver Michael Schumacher, chronicling his childhood, rise to fame, and success on the track. Made with the participation of Schumacher’s family, who are interviewed and provide archival materials.
Krysten Ritter (Jessica Jones) plays a witch who traps a boy in a magical apartment in this kid-friendly(ish) fantasy horror from the director of Brightburn and produced by Sam Raimi. Armed only with his scary stories, the boy must find a way out of this mysterious place before it’s too late.
The fifth film in The Purge series follows a group of strangers who band together when rogue maniacs decide to make every day Purge Day. Two families fight for their lives as the country spirals into chaos and the United States begins to disintegrate around them.