#Review

CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR (2016) MOVIE REVIEW

Captain America: Civil War is very good, but the connective tissue between the powerful scenes, felt like chewy gristle in a great cut of steak.

CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR  (2016) MOVIE REVIEW

Hail, Caesar! (Ethan Coen & Joel Coen - 2016) Review

Watching Hail, Caesar! as a classic cinephile, you're going to have a whale of a time; if you're not, you'll probably only manage a snicker.

Hail, Caesar! (Ethan Coen & Joel Coen - 2016) Review

Far From The Madding Crowd (Thomas Vinterberg - 2015) Movie Review

Now comes Far From The Madding Crowd from the Danish director behind The Hunt, Thomas Vinterberg, who breathes new life into a 141-year-old story that should be exhausted by now. Alas…

Ain't Them Bodies Saints (David Lowery - 2013) Movie Review

Ain’t Them Bodies Saints is a gorgeously composed love poem about the wild abandon of young romance and the recalibration of everything you know about yourself when you bring a child into the world.

The Mule (Tony Mahony & Angus Sampson - 2014) Movie Review

Writhing, sure that you can smell (and nearly taste) faecal matter and counting down the seconds until you're going to projectile vomit; no you haven't got a gastro bug - you've just watched The Mule...

REVIEW: The Drop (Michael R. Roskam - 2014)

The Drop is a beautiful, tense thing to behold and a fitting film to bookend James Gandolfini’s career.

REVIEW: MAPS TO THE STARS (DAVID CRONENBERG - 2014) [CANBERRA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL]

It will be no surprise if audiences and critics are similarly divided in their response to Cronenberg’s latest film Maps to the Stars, which opened the Canberra International Film Festival last week with its Australian premiere.

REVIEW: Son of a Gun (Julius Avery – 2014)

Son of a Gun, a tense crime drama about a young man who finds himself trapped within a ruthless crime syndicate, is the debut feature from Australian director Julius Avery, whose short Jerrycan won a Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival.