Tag: d.m. bradley

Charlie’s Country

Review: Charlie’s Country

Director Rolf de Heer (no longer ‘Adelaide’s own’ since his relocation to Tasmania) co-wrote this, his follow-up to 2012’s The King Is Dead!, with David Gulpili…

Review: The Babadook

Shot in and around Adelaide, writer/director Jennifer Kent’s feature début, an expansion of her short Monster, is possibly the best supernatural drama ever made…

Like Father, Like Son

Review: Like Father, Like Son

Beautifully played by the whole cast (including the charming child actors), this quiet, carefully-written drama resists the temptation for heavy speeches and gr…

The Grand Budapest Hotel

Wes Anderson’s follow-up to Moonrise Kingdom, The Grand Budapest Hotel is even better and more ambitious with continuing themes of friendship, loyalty, ho…

All Is Lost: The Cruel Sea

J.C. Chandor is driving home in New York City while talking on his mobile during the following interview and he winningly begins by explaining just how lucky he…

Review: Enough Said

While in no way as dark as a film such as The Crow, writer/director Nicole Holofcener’s latest is nevertheless difficult to view without looking for onscreen om…

Ashton Kutcher - Jobs

Review: Jobs

Steve Jobs biopic from producer/Director Joshua Michael Stern isn’t hagiographic, and demonstrates that SJ was flawed.…

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