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Molly’s Game Film Review

A feast for the ears that might leave you bloated Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network, The West Wing) is one ...
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The Shape of Water Film Review

Embracing the Other Despite his subject matter, Guillermo del Toro, The Shape of Water’s director, has never really been a ...
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I, Tonya Film Review

Reading between the lines of a trashy tabloid tale The Tonya Harding scandal happened a year or so before I ...
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Crawling Out of a Pit of Despair: A ‘Black Mirror’ ...

*Spoilers abound for all seasons* Watching Charlie Brooker’s bleak anthology series is kind of like sadism by way of entertainment. ...
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The Post Film Review

Seasoned actors and a veteran director make The Post a cause for celebration. If the news, like Meryl Streep’s character ...
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Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Film Review

If only every recycled movie franchise was this much fun. Moviegoers who don’t want their precious childhood movie-memories spoiled by ...
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The Five Best LGBT Films Released Since 2010

The Australian senate has passed the bill on marriage equality, and people have come together in celebration. Rainbows are strewn ...
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Star Wars: The Last Jedi: The Subtle Art of Not ...

Rian Johnson isn’t kowtowing to expectations in The Last Jedi If JJ Abrams’ Star Wars: The Force Awakens was about ...
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The Disaster Artist Film Review

‘What a movie, James!’ Everyone knows where they were when they first saw Tommy Wiseau’s The Room. It’s a movie ...
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California Burgers: Inspired American Cuisine

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California Burgers 42 Chapel Street, Windsor, Vic 3181 03 9525 2280 Website A thick slice of American culture for late-night ...
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Murder on the Orient Express Film Review

It’s one for the Cluedo addicts. Sometimes you know immediately whether or not a movie is made for you. If ...
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Stranger Things Have Happened: Is TV Overtaking the Movies?

The new season of Netflix’s Stranger Things aired on October 27, right in time for Halloween. It was, arguably, this ...
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Thor Ragnarok Film Review

 The goofy sight gags and quips will keep non-fans at least mildly entertained. Taking its cues from the ultra-successful Guardians of the ...
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Happy Death Day Film Review

Trite moralising sours an already pretty bland teen slasher movie. Happy Death Day is the story of one slightly narcissistic ...
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Battle of the Sexes Film Review

Lovingly detailed recreation of an era. There’s not much subtlety in a title like Battle of the Sexes. Calling their ...
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The Best Things Said About the Harvey Weinstein Scandal

A much-needed discussion is finally being had. Harvey Weinsten, co-founder (with his brother Bob Weinstein) of influential American entertainment companies ...
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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 ...