Touched with Fire – Movie Review

Bipolar director Paulo Dalio aims to break the disorder-stigma as a poetic gift through the imaginary cosmos of a fractured mind that longs to paint with words in a manic
By Christine Tesco on 05 Dec 2016

Bridget Jones’s Baby – Movie Review

Sadly, the much-awaited third film in the franchise and a sequel to 2004 film The Edge of Reason, Bridget Jones’s Baby, sees Bridget losing her wobbly bits and her sense
By Chelsey Walsh on 13 Sep 2016

Spotlight – Movie Review

Spotlight is based on the true publication made by one of America’s oldest local newspapers on child sexual assault. The notorious Boston Globe newspaper faces further possible staff cuts as
By Christine Tesco on 01 Aug 2016

The DUFF Review

The Duff definitely adds a new spin on high school movies. No girl wants to be labelled as the “Designated Ugly Fat Friend” i.e. The DUFF that makes her friends
By Meagan Taylor on 12 Oct 2015

Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best Review

Brooklyn Brothers is a tale of self-discovery… Alex, a singer-songwriter finds himself in a dark place – recently dumped by “the love of his life”, and abandoned by his 3rd
By Stacey Petersen on 14 Jul 2014

What Maisie Knew Review

When you read the blurb and it states “this is a movie about a child going through a divorce” it’s an immediate turn off. Unless you are actually curious, or
By Sarah Xena Lee on 22 May 2014

Inside Llewyn Davis Review

The gentle picking of guitar strings and an intensely soulful voice brings to life the chords and lyrics of Dave van Ronk’s ‘Hang me Oh Hang me’. The smokey New
By Christine Tesco on 06 Feb 2014

The Company You Keep Review

We have all been young and stupid in one way or another, most of us have had a run in with the law either because of reckless or noisy behaviour
By Sarah Xena Lee on 07 Jan 2014

Admission Review

Does the process of admissions into University sound like something that will drive you to the cinema? Probably not, but you might find more than you thought you’d get if
By Kyle St John Peters on 23 Oct 2013

The Oranges

Hugh Laurie speaks such good American that it makes more sense to cast a Brit in a film about American suburbia than an actual American. The Oranges is set in
By Claudia Hauter on 21 Apr 2013

Small Apartments

The opening scene of the main character, Franklin Franklin, blowing an alphorn against an artificial Swiss background immediately sets the tone for this quirky comedy. Set in a dilapidated apartment
By Claudia Hauter on 01 Apr 2013