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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 ...
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‘Axolotl Overkill’ – MIFF 2017

German tale of boundless youth doesn’t quite go far enough. First published as a novel titled Axolotl Roadkill when its author ...
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‘Marlina the Murderer in Four Acts’ – MIFF 2017

American directors could learn a thing or two from Mouly Surya. On a desolate landscape in Indonesia where the sun ...
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Melbourne International Film Festival: Top 5 Australian Films

The 2017 Melbourne International Film Festival has arrived and, as usual, picking from the gargantuan list of films is an ...
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Dunkirk Film Review

Empty your pockets for the biggest screen you can find – Dunkirk is all about the experience. Sometimes a film ...
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‘Baby Driver’ Film Review

Movie magic at its most magnificent Apparently, it takes a Brit to make a truly entertaining American blockbuster these days. ...
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‘Una’ Film Review

Successful art, questionable entertainment. Una is an unfamiliar movie. On the surface, it sounds like a well-worn revenge picture, the ...
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‘Rough Night’ is too afraid to play rough

On paper, Rough Night has everything going for it: a cast with some of America’s funniest talent including Ilana Glazer ...
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‘The Mummy’ Film Review

Resurrects more tired tropes than formidable villains. In preparation for writing this review of 2017’s The Mummy, I re-watched 1999’s ...
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‘Hounds of Love’ Film Review

Hounds of Love is cinema worth enduring. In Ben Young’s horror film Hounds of Love, it isn’t the violence that’s ...