Woman in Gold Review

Part historical thriller, part odd-couple comedy, lurid and sentimental docudrama Woman in Gold, despite its fascinating premise, sadly falls short of reaching its full potential on screen due to a
By Jarrod Saunders on 12 Dec 2015

Mr. Pip Review

Mr. Pip follows the story of 14-year-old Matilda (Xzannjah Matsi) who lives on a small Island called Bougainville in Papua New Guinea. The film illuminates the struggles that Bougainville faced
By Meagan Taylor on 10 Mar 2015

Fury: Review

Brad Pitt returns to World War 2 as Sergeant Don Collier, an experienced veteran of the World War. Having served in Africa, Collier plans on killing every Nazi, as he
By Byron Hendricks on 02 Feb 2015

Lone Survivor Review

Lone Survivor revolves around the true story of a small squad of US Navy Seals deployed onto a hillside in Afghanistan in 2005. In the village below is a key
By Kyle St John Peters on 27 Oct 2014

300: Rise of an Empire Review

Based on Frank Miller’s latest graphic novel Xerxes, and running parallel to the events in the first film, 300: Rise of an Empire tells the story from the point of
By Claudia Hauter on 28 Feb 2014

Red Dawn – Movie Review

“We inherited our freedom. Now it’s up to us to fight for it”. That’s just one example of the cringe-worthy patriotic dialogue you can expect from the videogame-lite Red Dawn,
By Jarrod Saunders on 17 Mar 2013

Flowers of War – Movie Review

Flowers of War is a brutal glimpse into the Nanking Massacre and the horrors suffered by the women of the city. Marred by clunky dialogue and sentimentality, it attempts to
By Guest on 16 Sep 2012

Age of Heroes

Saving Private Ryan set the precedent for opening war films with a stirring score and big action set-pieces, but Ages of Heroes cannot justifiably call itself a war film. It
By Claudia Hauter on 10 Jul 2012