2.8

Review – I, Tonya

This film has all the promise of something amazing that is worthy of all its nominations for the 2018 awards season. But aside from the stellar performance from Allison Janney, I, Tonya misses the mark and gets... Read More...
3.7

Review – Molly’s Game

A surprising first time Director Aaron Sorkin debuts with Molly’s Game and manages to direct not only Jessica Chastain but also the legend Kevin Costner. In true Sorkin style the film is dialogue heavy and does... Read More...
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...
3.8

Review – Justice League

If you haven’t been into the latest films from DC Comics, that’s fine they’ve not been the best superhero films to ever grace the screen big or small. However, this is actually one of the better ones if you don... Read More...
1.3

Review – Suburbicon

George Clooney takes to directing his latest venture combining two interesting films with two different story lines all in one. Suburbicon is the story about the fight for racial segregation and another story... Read More...

Review – Atypical

It’s always awkward when you laugh at someone’s disability, even when it’s innocent and there’s just no holding back. Atypical helps break down the stigma that surrounds the Autism Spectrum with a wonderful hum... Read More...

MIFF Review – Patti Cake

If you like rap, if you like coming of age stories and if you like a film about sticking it to the man this is a film for you. Patti Cake$ is a comedic coming of age story that will make you laugh, make you cry... Read More...

MIFF Opening Night

The who’s who of Australian entertainment turned up in their best last night for the 2017 Melbourne International Film Festival. Well except for Stephen Curry’s brother, Andrew, who wore possibly the greatest t... Read More...