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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.

Review: Nightcrawler

Review: Nightcrawler

Dan Gilroy’s “Nightcrawler”, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, is an innovative thrill-ride through a minefield of journalism ethics, writes DYLAN RUSSELL.

Review: Much Ado About Nothing

Review: Much Ado About Nothing

Joss Whedon (The Avengers, Buffy the Vampire Slayer) takes a step out of his comfort zone in this delightful rendition of one of Shakespeare’s best-loved comedies. AMELIA PINNA reviews.

Review: The Company You Keep

Review: The Company You Keep

The Company You Keep, adapted from Neil Gordon’s novel of the same title, is a restrained thriller, featuring an all-star cast and an edge-of-your-seat storyline. ALANA FOSTER reviews.

Review: Iron Man 3

Review: Iron Man 3

No one would blame you if you went to see Iron Man 3, with the thought that it would follow on from Iron Man 2. Yes, that would be logical but when has anything involving Tony Stark been exactly as you expected? TIFFANY LLOYD Reviews.

Foodie review: Chocolate Taperia

Foodie review: Chocolate Taperia

For those uneducated on the deliciousness that is churros, you are seriously missing out. ANGELA SCARFO reviews Melbourne Street’s Chocolate Taperia.

Review: Cheerful Weather for the Wedding

Review: Cheerful Weather for the Wedding

There’s a constant flow of relatives, alcohol and minor disasters. As with this noble breed of period English comedy/drama, the characters’ alliances, rivalries, feuds and fondnesses are swiftly established. And rest assured all have their grievances. ASHLEIGH KNOTT reviews.

Review: Olympus Has Fallen

Review: Olympus Has Fallen

‘Olympus has fallen,’ whispers a Secret Service agent as he crawls bloodily away from a masked gunman down a White House corridor. ‘I repeat, Olympus has fallen.” And the action clichés continue from there. LUCY AHERN reviews.