THE DICTATOR

Critics will tear this film apart. The plot is flimsy, many of the performances two dimensional and most of all it’s missing Sacha Baron Cohen’s … Read more

I DON’T KNOW HOW SHE DOES IT

There’s good cheese and then there’s bad cheese. This movie would be a smooth camembert. Nothing surprising but not at all a stinker from the … Read more

GET LOW

Movies don’t get any better than this. The low down on Get Low is that it is a clever little story about the very idea … Read more

CUT

A call to the end of a scene, a snip at the barber’s, slicing of a cake or detailed incisions that result in a row … Read more

SYDNEY COMEDY FESTIVAL: SCARED WEIRD LITTLE GUYS

After 21 years together, John Chaplin-Fleming and Rusty Berther have had Enough Already. So it seemed only right to name their farewell show exactly … Read more

SYDNEY COMEDY FESTIVAL: GREG PROOPS

There are a few television shows I am guilty watching reruns of. Friends, Sex and the City and Who’s Line is it Anyway. … Read more

SYDNEY COMEDY FESTIVAL: DANNY BHOY

On a 38-degree summer day in Sydney, Danny Bhoy blew into a slightly stifling Gleebooks like a cool breeze when he made a surprise appearance … Read more

SYDNEY COMEDY FESTIVAL: BULMERS BEST OF THE EDINBURGH FEST

What do Dylan Moran, Arj Barker, Ross Noble and Stephan Amos have in common? They were all fresh-faced comedians introduced to the world at Bulmers … Read more

SYDNEY COMEDY FESTIVAL: STEVE HUGHES

Former thrash metal rocker who has been drumming up controversial topics all over Europe the past decade returns home to give Aussies a dose of … Read more

PHOTOGRAPHY & PLACE FILM SERIES

I remember exactly how I felt after watching Australian outback thriller Wake in Fright (1971) starring Donald Pleasence and Gary Bond when it was restored … Read more