Tag: film review


Film Review: West of Sunshine

Jason Raftopoulos’ inner-Melbourne shot drama is obviously made on a low budget yet this gives it a pleasingly raw Aussie realism that’s complemented by a mostl…

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Review: Life, Animated

Drawn from Ron Suskind’s book about his son (Life, Animated: A Story Of Sidekicks, Heroes And Autism), this introduces us to the 23 year old Owen, who smiles fo…

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Film Review: Snowden

Co-writer Stone has drawn the script from two books (Luke Harding’s The Snowden Files and Anatoly Kucherena’s Time Of The Octopus), and he struggles rather in b…


Review: Everybody Wants Some!!

Prolific writer/director/producer Richard Linklater has stated that his latest offering is a “spiritual sequel” to his culty 1993 outing Dazed And Confused, but…


Review: Highly Strung

Scott Hicks’ latest film Highly Strung is a fascinating look at the sometimes cut-throat and intense world of classical music.…


Review: A Month of Sundays

A Month of Sundays, which premiered at the Adelaide Film Festival and is the latest film by writer/director Matthew Saville (Noise, Felony), is what some might …


Review: Anomalisa

A hard movie to get a handle on, perhaps (but what did you expect?), this is nevertheless a subtly powerful study of loneliness with creepy undertones aplenty.…


Review: Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs, directed with enthralling theatrical verve by Danny Boyle, is a deliriously intellectual crafted biopic befitting the enigmatic tech visionary.…


Review: The Hateful Eight

Quentin Tarantino’s eighth movie, like his mighty previous epic Django Unchained, appears to be a western but in fact isn’t a traditional western at all.…

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