Archive for Category: "Film"

Review: Bad Neighbours 2

Review: Bad Neighbours 2

Bad Neighbours 2, co-written, starring, and pretty much shepherded through by schlubby man/comedy juggernaut Seth Rogen, continues in the tradition of his brand of comedy in that it again exceeds limited expectations. SEBASTIAN MOORE reviews.

Miss Representation

Miss Representation

If you look around at the faces on any government or corporate board, chances are those faces overwhelmingly belong to white males. In fact there are fewer Australian companies run by women than men named Peter. What influence does the media have on the under-representation of women in positions of power? ASHLEIGH PISANI tells us about the award winning film Miss Representation which seeks to answer that question.

Film Review: Steve Jobs

Film Review: Steve Jobs

Director Danny Boyle and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin are less interested in mimicking history and more compelled by a personal fiction which seeks the essence of its subject, SEBASTIAN MOORE reviews.

Review: Far from the Madding Crowd

Review: Far from the Madding Crowd

While the film does a fantastic job of setting up location, the same can’t be said for the way it deals with its tone writes THOMAS LUKE.

Review: Partisan

Review: Partisan

Australian writer-director Ariel Kleiman creates a brilliantly bleak world for Partisan, writes THOMAS LUKE.

Review: A Royal Night Out

Review: A Royal Night Out

It’s an interesting premise, but ultimately A Royal Night Out fails to do anything particularly unique, writes THOMAS LUKE.

Telling Our Stories

Telling Our Stories

What if in the 1920s, you had to take on different identities to fight in the ring, feed your family and fight for your country? SOPHIE COMBER writes.

Review: Begin Again

Review: Begin Again

Approaching the tail end of the winter movie season, Begin Again, directed by John Carney, provides a light hearted, romantic drama that pulls on the heartstrings and puts a spring in your step, JACK MASON REVIEWS.

Review: Predestination

Review: Predestination

The Speirig Brothers’ new offering cleverly tackles the intricacies and potential problems of time travel, while exhibiting the best talent Australia has to offer, reviews CHRIS BURROWS.

Rolf de Heer chats about Charlie’s Country

Rolf de Heer chats about Charlie’s Country

TRISH O’LOUGHLIN chats with Rolf de Heer about his latest film Charlie’s Country starring David Gulpilil.