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  • Review – ‘Charlie’s Angels’

    November 14, 2019 by

    In a world full of superheroes and James Bond‘s, more female role models rise – and it’s about time! The ‘Charlie’s Angels‘-brand has stood the test of time and with every generation, a trio of badass, independent women get chosen to become the face of the Townsend Agency. When Elena (Naomi Scott), a young systems… Read more

  • JIFF Review – ‘What Will Become of Us’

    November 12, 2019 by

    “I have spent my entire life building this company.” – Frank Lowy Oscar-nominated documentarian Steven Cantor brings us a personal behind-the-scenes look into Frank Lowy‘s life. Lowy, the Sydneysider who founded the global shopping mall giant Westfield has been on the top of his game ever since he first opened a store in Blacktown, Australia,… Read more

  • Review – ‘Ford v Ferrari’

    November 11, 2019 by

    Every year there is a film that has a little bit of everything to please anyone out there. A film that has heart, passion for a craft, strong performers, dreams that become reality – a film worth watching on the big screen, that keeps you entertained for 150 minutes. Well, Ford v Ferrari is that… Read more

  • Netflix Review – ‘Green Eggs and Ham’ – Season 1

    November 10, 2019 by

    Green Eggs and Ham is a classic book from Dr. Seuss, one of the most beloved children’s book writers ever. First published in 1960, the book has sold over 8 million copies and has now been adapted by Warner Bros. Animation into an animated series for Netflix. It became the most expensive animated program to… Read more

  • Review – ‘Emu Runner’

    November 6, 2019 by

    “Nature can mend even the most broken heart” Emu Runner is a story about a nine-year-old Indigenous girl, Gem Daniels (Rhae-Kye Waites), who lives in a remote Australian town. As she copes with her mother’s unexpected death, Gem finds solace in the company of a wild emu, unwittingly connecting with her mother’s traditional totem animal.… Read more

  • Netflix Review – The End of the F***ing World – Season 2

    November 6, 2019 by

    Last year’s critically acclaimed season of The End of the F***ing World was a surprisingly striking pitch black comedy. Thanks to its short format episodic style, it’s easy bingeable and gathered a true cult following online, who’s waiting anxiously to see how Alyssa (Jessica Barden) deals with the fallout of the events of the first… Read more

  • Netflix Review – ‘Marriage Story’

    November 4, 2019 by

    “What you’re doing is an act of hope.” – Nora With many directors, producers and actors blaming Netflix and other streaming services for what could end up being the end of cinema as we know, the streaming service is releasing several films in theatres for a number of weeks to be eligible for consideration during… Read more

  • Review – ‘Finke: There and Back’

    November 2, 2019 by

    “In God’s country, time can slow down.” – narrator, Eric Bana For the riders, the spectators and the town of Alice Springs, the Finke Desert Race is more than a race. Finke: There and Back delves below the surface to uncover what makes them tick, what drives them to put their lives on the line… Read more

  • Review – ‘Doctor Sleep’

    November 1, 2019 by

    “The world is one big hospice with fresh air.” – Danny Torrance Stanley Kubrick‘s ‘The Shining‘ was released almost 40 years ago. While everyone knows how much writer Stephen King disliked the film adaptation of his novel, he did decide to release a sequel to it, focusing on survivor Danny Torrance, in 2013. The Shining… Read more

  • Review – ‘Pain and Glory’

    October 31, 2019 by

    “It’s your eyes that have changed, not the film.” – Zulema Pedro Almodóvar‘s work has never been something I would watch a second time. Every time one of his films would get some buzz, I’d go watch it and be disappointed. His newest film ‘Pain and Glory‘ however, might be one of my favourite films… Read more

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