Tag: film

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The Most Anticipated Films Of 2019

From the newest Marvel masterpieces to contemporary-generation Disney, there are plenty of familiar faces and stories to welcome ...
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Boy Erased Film Review

Boy Erased tells the true story of a young man coming to terms with his sexuality through the ...
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Bohemian Rhapsody Film Review

The critics have given Bohemian Rhapsody reviews that demonstrate their knowledge of Freddie, Queen, the directors, producers, production ...
Fashion

Movie Men With The Best Style

When considering stylish film characters, many would default to the leading ladies – but over time, there have ...
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Top 10: Political Documentaries

With an international political climate encompassing everything from Trump to terrorism, a multitude of people eager to galvanise ...
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Binge-worthy shows for the long weekend

Some people plan trips for the long weekend, but if you’re more homebody than enthusiastic traveller, you might ...
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Melbourne International Film Festival 2018: Three Film Reviews

Climax When I tell people about Gaspar Noé’s films (likely often enough to constitute a social faux pas), ...
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WHAT’S ON: MELBOURNE IN SEPTEMBER

September promises to be an exciting month for Melbourne, as the city plays host to some of the ...
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Mission Impossible: Fallout Film Review

This is what a perfect blockbuster looks like. Here’s the thing with Tom Cruise: watching him, it’s hard ...
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Whitney Film Review

A comprehensive investigation into an iconic figure There’s a moment in Whitney in which, during the titular superstar ...
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What’s On: Melbourne in August

Lucky Melbournians, you’re in for an unforgettable August. No, we’re not talking about the embittering wind and rain. ...
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The Equalizer 2 Film Review

Nasty fun Critics have been using words like ‘sadistic’ and ‘nasty’ (RogerEbert) to lambast The Equalizer 2, labelling ...
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Skyscraper Film Review

Too much dumb, not enough fun To explain why Skyscraper (dir. Rawson Marshall Thurber) doesn’t work, I have ...
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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

A B-movie that falls victim to the requirements of a blockbuster The biggest question raised by Jurassic World: ...
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What’s On: Perth in July

Whether you want to channel your inner artist, travel the world through cinema or have dinner on the ...
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Tag Film Review

At least Hannibal Buress is funny Is it to the film’s credit if you laugh a great deal, ...
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The Incredibles 2 Film Review

Revitalises the superhero genre, Pixar-style The Incredibles 2 opens where the last one left us 14 years ago, ...
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Hereditary Film Review

Resist expectations and trust the filmmakers We will always need movies that mess with our expectations. Ari Aster’s ...
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Ocean’s 8 Film Review

Another missed opportunity to subvert Hollywood’s problematic genre tropes Working within the confines of a Hollywood studio system ...
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Cargo Film Review

We’re not using the ‘z’ word Cargo is packed full of ideas. Directed by Yolanda Ramke and Ben ...
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Reconsidering Red Sparrow: The Critical Aversion to Violence on Screen

There’s a sequence part-way through this year’s Red Sparrow (dir. Francis Lawrence) that feels designed to confound audiences: ...
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Crooked House Film Review

An unexpected improvement on the last Agatha Christie adaptation, Crooked House still leans on its source material like ...
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Solo: A Star Wars Story Film Review

A phoned-in Star Wars entry with some memorable lead performances It’s seems odd that Solo: A Star Wars ...
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Deadpool 2 Film Review

More wisecracks don’t hide Deadpool 2’s lack of purpose Probably the worst thing about Deadpool 2 is that ...