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Ambitiously over-the-top effort works mostly due to the strong character work that’s preceded it.
Last Flag Flying is at once burdened and enriched by the past, writes Aaron Yap.
Films shot by established directors, on shoestring budgets using cheap equipment, tend to be equal parts inspirational and deceiving. If the…
Adam Fresco reviews the latest Netflix Original documentary about the ready and able women denied by NASA.
Jackie van Beek and Madeleine Sami never let things go stale, praises Katie Parker.
The film’s momentum recalls the palpable desperation in the Safdie brothers’ Good Time, praises critic Amanda Robinson.
What sort of idiot chooses “dare” in a game of “truth or dare?” This issue is addressed in director Jeff Wadlow’s outrageously entertaining…
Daniel Rutledge recommends you keep your quality expectations low.
Writer/director Sally Potter recently addressed the question of why she shot her new film, The Party, in black and white. According to…
Will every male weepie released in the foreseeable future pale in comparison to The Grey? Director Joe Carnahan’s 2011 survival in the…
Following a family of four as they attempt to live without making a sound, it’s a subtle, simple story that wisely allows the concept…
British auteur Nick Park, a four-time Oscar winner best-known as the creator of Wallace and Gromit, has directed three feature films to…
Avengers: Infinity War review: a damn fun time that rises to its challenge
Last Flag Flying review: more likeable a road movie than it is an anti-war statement
Revisiting Spider-Man: Homecoming – making an expired hero fresh again
Opinion + Features
Unsane review: intense iPhone-shot thriller is stylish but formulaic
Mercury 13 review: a fascinating, often infuriating true story of space age misogyny
10 awesome short films and music videos directed by Nash Edgerton
Opinion + Features
Brothers’ Nest, from Shane and Clayton Jacobson, is generating some serious buzz
Interview with Gurrumul documentary director and Gurrumul’s long-time collaborator
The Flicks Interviews
The Breaker Upperers review: a riotous glimpse at what the women of NZ comedy are capable of
The Human Rights Arts & Film Festival begins May 3
Will we ever get to see another Mad Max movie?
The Deadpool conundrum: do I like this film, or hate it with the fire of a thousand burning suns?
Australian zombie film Cargo will arrive in cinemas on May 17
Rampage review: it’s just fine
Five gobsmacking virtual reality films every movie buff should watch
Midnight Oil fans! Here’s your first look at Midnight Oil 1984
The “gamble” of Wonder Woman paid off. Now what?