Jason Bourne – Movie Review

The Bourne trilogy is one of the most successful and well-received movie franchises of all time. Its gritty portrayal of an amnesiac super-spy and his attempts to solve the mysteries
By Hayley Mackay on 30 Jul 2016

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

The Family: Review

The Manzoni (now Blake) family is most likely the worst family in the history of the witness protection programme. In-between beating people up, burying bodies in their back yard and
By Sarah Xena Lee on 16 Apr 2014

The Company Men Review

The Company Men, starring Ben Affleck, Tommy Lee Jones and Chris Cooper, tells a story that will hit close to home for the millions around the world who struggled with
By Jarrod Saunders on 29 Jul 2013

Lincoln

America’s favourite top-hat-wearing president has never been the subject of a more important film than Lincoln, a political biopic which focuses on the final four months of his life, his
By Jarrod Saunders on 11 Feb 2013

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

Men in Black: MIB 3

We all have fond memories of the original MIB, the goofball buddy comedy about a secret alien agency that cleverly exposed a few strange celebrities as aliens. Held together by
By Jarrod Saunders on 02 Jun 2012