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Everything Everywhere All At Once
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EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE
It could have been a disaster in lesser hands. The fact that we are privy to a work that is inventive, frenetic, and unabashedly singular is nothing short of pure joy.
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Settle in on the couch and enjoy a new Ink & Paint!
Daniel looks into the history of Walt Disney Home Video and the role of VHS in the evolution of the Disney animated classics and the Walt Disney Company.
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How to Please a Woman -
HOW TO PLEASE A WOMAN
A gorgeous, sexually liberating delight for Australian cinema
There’s still a strong place for these kinds of human relationship comedies in Australian cinema, those feel-goods that have you leaving with a real spring in your step. What makes it all the more successful is that we’re given this experience with such a sex-positive, affirming film that celebrates female sexuality and pleasure.
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End -
PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: AT WORLD'S END
How modern day blockbusters hoist this film to greater heights
It may not have been loved at the time, but this big, bold, dark and funny film demands more respect and more recognition.
The Innocents -
THE INNOCENTS
Childhood games and supernatural horror in Norway
While it's touching at times in its depiction of familial bonds and the death of innocence, it's the creepy atmosphere and brilliant performances that make it truly memorable.
Pinocchio: A True Story -
WIN PINOCCHIO: A TRUE STORY
The classic character comes to life
Win one of six family passes to see 'Pinocchio: A True Story' in cinemas.
The Sadness -
THE SADNESS
An exxxtremely bloodthirsty pandemic horror story
Even the most helpless victims aren’t safe from the Saddies - the film is incredibly merciless and mean-spirited. But it’s equally as hard not to appreciate how well-oiled the cinematic machinery is that keeps this story racing along at such a frenetic pace.
Sydney Film Festival 2022 -
SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL 2022
Festival Director Nashen Moodley reveals this year's line-up
With cinemas (almost) back in full swing, it’s time for this year’s Sydney Film Festival. An annual delight for lovers of stories young and old, this year’s event is set to be an exciting return to the event we know and love.
Operation Mincemeat -
OPERATION MINCEMEAT
A noble dramatisation of an important historical deception
It beautifully dramatises an important battle in the secret theatre of World War II, and just as beautifully, reminds us of the human beings at the heart of it.
Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness -
DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS
Marvel's multiverse trip a mediocre affair
It’s not a bad film; it’s just a jumbled one. From a narrative with no guidance to a restrained director, this entry in the MCU is a minor roadblock.
Downton Abbey: A New Era -
DOWNTON ABBEY: A NEW ERA
Another outing for the fans
This one is unapologetically for the fans, and in this weird post-COVID(ish) world, if that’s what you need, by god, run out and enjoy every second of it.
The Northman -
THE NORTHMAN
Sound and fury in Robert Eggers' ambitious third film
With Norse mythology co-opted into the superhero genre, it's thrilling to see it on the screen pulsating with mud and blood and sweat. It's somewhat of a mess, but it's a beautiful mess nonetheless.
The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent -
THE UNBEARABLE WEIGHT OF MASSIVE TALENT
Nicolas Cage in the role of a lifetime
The film is a beautiful ode to one of cinema's finest performers. After years of seeing Nicolas Cage dazzle on our screens, it’s lovely to see Hollywood pay him the recognition he deserves.
My Big Fat Greek Wedding -
MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING
Opa! 20 years since Windex first fixed everything
This film still oozes charm. It not only pulls all of the heartstrings that a romantic comedy should, but due to its Greek flair stands the test of time for generations of families to enjoy.
The Good Boss -
THE GOOD BOSS
Javier Bardem tips the scales in his favour
This sharp, dark and often funny film won't leave you wanting. Nominated for 20 Spanish Oscars and winning six including Best Film, 'The Good Boss' will guarantee a good time.
Everything Everywhere All At Once -
EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE
Out of this universe
It could have been a disaster in lesser hands. The fact that we are privy to a work that is inventive, frenetic, and unabashedly singular is nothing short of pure joy.
The Lost City -
THE LOST CITY
Bullock and Tatum team up is a serviceable adventure comedy
A perfectly fine movie to watch on a night out with friends or while on a date, but doesn't fully reach its grand adventure comedy promise. It's an adequate cinematic experience and nothing more.
Everything Everywhere All At Once -
EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE
Out of this universe
It could have been a disaster in lesser hands. The fact that we are privy to a work that is inventive, frenetic, and unabashedly singular is nothing short of pure joy.
Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore -
FANTASTIC BEASTS: THE SECRETS OF DUMBLEDORE
Wizarding World fails again
The film isn't interested in exploring new areas of the Wizard World, simply playing it safe which results in a tired, boring, uninteresting snoozefest.
Ambulance -
AMBULANCE
Gyllenhaal, Abdul-Mateen & González take us on a explosive ride
Go in with low expectations and you'll be rewarded. This is a non-stop action movie with ridiculous characters, high-octane car chases and wild action sequences.
Memoria -
MEMORIA
Big screen or bust
The slow pace brings a mystical experience, exploring dreams, nature, ghosts, human existence and memory. It won't be for everyone, but audiences should try to allow themselves to be taken by it.
The Bad Guys -
THE BAD GUYS
Aussie author's franchise leaps onto the big screen
An energetic animated adventure that brings Aaron Balbey's successful book series to the big screen. While its narrative is sometimes formulaic, it makes up for it with its art style and comedy.
Morbius -
MORBIUS
Little to sink your teeth into
It isn't presented with any care - it's just a soulless effort manufactured in the hope that those who saw Spider-Man would flock to this too.
Conan the Barbarian -
CONAN THE BARBARIAN
40 years of solving the Riddle of Steel and punching camels.
The 1982 action-adventure film had everything - warriors, women in medieval bikinis, shrieking ghosts, giant serpents, magic, and lots of gore. It also has Arnold Schwarzenegger for a lead.
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