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Blade Runner 2049 Film Review

Sit and stare in awe. Some films are difficult to review. I don’t envy the weekly reviewers who had to ...
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The Book of Mormon Theatre Review

International smash hit musical does not disappoint Musical theatre ought to be bursting with unrestrained joy, setting the stage alight ...
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‘mother!’ Film Review

If nothing else, the most confounding film of the year. It’s not often anymore that a film gets reviewed as ...
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MoviePass and the Future of Cinema Attendance

Does anybody go to the movies anymore? Most movie journalists would have you believe they don’t – in fact, if ...
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‘Wind River’ Film Review

Expands far beyond its remote location. I love a good police procedural movie. The escapism you get from the movies ...
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What’s in a Number? The Insidious Influence of Rotten Tomatoes

Critics love to tell stories about the times filmmakers got back at them for their reviews. Beloved Australian critic and ...
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‘Ali’s Wedding’ Review

The romantic comedy continues to evolve with Ali’s Wedding. I think there must be something wrong with me. Osamah Sami’s ...
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MIFF 2017 Film Review: Australia Day

It hits hard and leaves bruises. Reviewing films at a festival, especially one as packed as the MIFF, you remember ...
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‘Human Traces’ – MIFF 2017

Though its characters lack motivation, Nic Gorman’s Human Traces is a finely executed and taught thriller. Nic Gorman’s first full ...
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‘The Mole Song: Hong Kong Capriccio’ – MIFF 2017

Less thinking, more feeling. ‘Don’t think. Feel!!!’ advises the poster for Takashi Miike’s The Mole Song: Hong Kong Capiccio. It’s ...