If you like sharks, movies or shark movies, then The Meg is worth going to the cinema to see. There was predictability, corniness, action, surprisingly … Read more
Based on the novel by Alexandra Bracken, The Darkest Minds follows the story of a world torn apart after most children mysteriously die leaving the … Read more
Waterlogged would have been a better title. This is a monumental yawner from director Wim Wenders.
Scottish M16 agent James Moore (James McAvoy) and bio-mathematician … Read more
Superfly is a blend of exactly what you’d expect from a crime thriller; corruption, guns, strip clubs, nudity and drugs. Director X has failed to … Read more
Two best friends, Audrey and Morgan find themselves unexpectedly caught up in an international conspiracy after Audrey’s ex-boyfriend shows up on their doorstep with a … Read more
More than just a tediously drawn out melodrama, this is also unforgivably misogynous in its depiction of female sexuality. Ian McEwan wrote both the original … Read more
There is only one thing wrong with this short film: it’s short. The 20 minutes in which you are immersed in the enchanted, inspiring world … Read more
By Riley Hooper.
Returning for its ninth year in Australia, presented by the Korean Cultural Centre Australia is the Korean Film Festival (KOFFIA). … Read more
Glenn Close’s performance as Joan Castleman – the wife of the title – has been vaunted as a career peak by some and she certainly … Read more
This film tells the story about a fallen queen, showing material from her piteous last appearances as well as the shining and glory shows of … Read more