The Homesman – MovieReview

Based on the 1988 novel by Glendon Swarthout, The Homesman is Tommy Lee Jones’ second directorial feature. It’s a timely story choice, as the role of women and gender roles, in
By Christine Tesco on 07 May 2016

Into the Woods Review

Based on the musical by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine, comes the much-anticipated Into the Woods. Be careful what you wish for – the resounding theme for this musical featurette
By Stacey Petersen on 27 Dec 2014

August: Osage County Review

August: Osage County is a sad and depressing film. The whole demeanor of the film is sombre, dry and lack colour, like the setting, decor, costume, and people. Everything lingers
By Christine Tesco on 23 Jul 2014

Hope Springs

Romance in the age-phobic Hollywood is skewed towards teenagers and twenty-somethings. Love is portrayed as something that only happens to the young, buff and good-looking. Inspired by the 1773 words
By Jarrod Saunders on 24 Oct 2012

The Iron Lady

I have a problem with the praise and plaudits actors continually receive for playing real people – that being people who actually exist (or existed) as Meryl Streep does in
By Claudia Hauter on 01 Aug 2012