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3.5

Review – The Post

The Post starring the ever-talented Meryl Streep and Steven Spielberg’s favourite Tom Hanks delves into the story of the Vietnam War and freedom of the press. It’s the early days of whistleblowing when governme... Read More...
5.0

Review – Darkest Hour

When I think of Gary Oldman, he is completely synonymous with the fantasy genre. Sirius Black and Dracula are roles that I have known and loved him in so the thought of Gary Oldman stepping into a fat suit and ... Read More...
3.5

Review – Jumanji Welcome To The Jungle

I don’t know about you, but when I grew up Jumanji was one of those video tapes my brothers and I loved. Monkeys, crazy quicksand, and the beautiful Robin Williams. It’s hard to make a film that could be its eq... Read More...

Best Movies Of 2017

Movie Of The Year 2017 - Wonder Woman Dunkirk Blade Runner 2049 The Big Sick Logan Justice League Baby Driver IT A Ghost Story The Disaster Artist Kingsman The Golden Circle Spl... Read More...
5.0

Review – The Greatest Showman

Come one, come all….’ The Greatest Showman is a whirlwind of colour and song and choreography so beautifully captured on film you can almost feel the lights and the glitter in the air. It’s joyful and electr... Read More...
5.0

Review – Pitch Perfect 3

Five years ago, the world was gifted with one of the greatest gifts of all time, Pitch Perfect. The hilarity, the empowerment, the casting and the awkwardness created an empire of acapella goodness, which we ha... Read More...

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is the eighth core instalment of the Lucasfilm juggernaut and the third entry to the fictional universe of Force users since Disney opened their chequebook in 2012. It’s broken more rec... Read More...

Review – The Disaster Artist

From the moment James Franco’s Tommy Wiseau enters the plot of “The Disaster Artist”, be prepared for hilarity to ensue. The Disaster Artist, coming to all Australian cinemas on December 3rd and select cinemas ... Read More...

Review – Wonder #2

Stephen Chbosky’s “Wonder” will greet its audience with over-riding themes of kindness, love and acceptance in the face of adversity. One could liken it to Chbosky’s earlier work “Perks of Being a Wallflower” w... Read More...
4.0

Review – Wonder

Wonder is a lovely hart-warming coming of age film; so don't let Julia Roberts' appearance be a reason to not see it. It's an intricate story that on one hand weaves in and out of growing up, then on the other ... Read More...