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Reviews

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Another Round Review

Another Round stars Great Dane Mads Mikkelsen and was released on my birthday in his home country of Denmark last year. For reasons I will explain in ...

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High Ground Review

Simon Baker has hair like a woman (I am quoting a jab made towards his character in Stephen Maxwell Johnson’s High Ground and not stating my personal ...

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Penguin Bloom Review

Right off the bat it’s important to demarcate the actual life and experiences of Sam Bloom and family from the film based on them. Sam Bloom, a nurse ...

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Ammonite Review

It is the 1840s in England. Self-taught Palaeontologist Mary Anning (Kate Winslett) has a reputation for the Jurassic fossils she has found on the coa...

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Music Review

Zu is a woman in her late thirties who has had a hard time fighting her drug addiction and alcoholism. Her mother died which left her grandmother Mill...

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The Xrossing Review

The murder of a young woman has remained unsolved for more than a year. It occurred in the outskirts of the city of Perth, in the Eastern Hills area. ...

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Nomadland Review

Director of The Rider and the upcoming Marvel tentpole Eternals (I am baffled, too) Chloe Zhao shines a light on some of the grimmer aspects of the Un...

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Wonder Woman 1984 Review

Well, it’s the ‘80s, isn’t it? Certainly the production, the costuming, and the soundtrack won’t let you forget it. And being immortal, our gal – Gal ...

6.5

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The Croods: A New Age Review

The prehistoric family the Croods are challenged by a rival family the Bettermans, who claim to be better and more evolved.

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The Furnace Review

Two cameleers, Jundah (Kaushik Das) and Hanif (Ahmed Malik) are crossing the Western Australian desert in 1897. They traverse this inhospitable landsc...

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A Christmas Gift from Bob Review

Had “Bob” been a dog, I would have been first in line to see this flick. However, Bob being a cat, meant the film inspired a little less p...

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The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart Review

The Brothers Gibb who became the musical trio the Bee Gees, were born after the Second World War; Barry in 1946, and the twins Robin and Maurice in 19...

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The War with Grandpa Review

The War with Grandpa was a book written in 1984 by Robert Kimmel Smith. It was aimed specifically at children and has been studied and written about b...

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Happiest Season Review

One fine day just prior to Christmas, Pittsburgh-based journo Harper (Mackenzie Davis) takes her girlfriend, Abby (Kristen Stewart) to her picturesque...

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Fatman Review

Fatman is one of those movies that you can’t help but immediately judge after seeing the promotional material in Australia, especially the posters. 

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Radioactive Review

Marie Curie, as the world knows her, was born Maria Sklodowska in Warsaw in 1867. She came from a family who strongly believed in education. Her mothe...

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Never Rarely Sometimes Always Review

Autumn Callahan (Sidney Flanigan) is a seventeen-year-old from a small town in Pennsylvania. She lives with her mother and siblings. She also lives wi...

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Kajillionaire Review

KAJILLIONAIRE tells the story of Old Dolio Dyne (Evan Rachel Wood) a 26-year-old woman who lives in Los Angeles with her parents Theresa (Debra Winger...

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Rams Review

RAMS is a new Australian film starring Sam Neill and Michael Caton and directed by Jeremy Sims. The official blurb sets out the story: In remote Weste...

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Honest Thief Review

At 68 years old, Liam Neeson is one lucky bugger to still draw audiences as an “action hero”. Despite his [gracefully] advancing years, he...

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