Asghar Farhadi’s Iranian drama about a young couple who play leads in a production of Arthur Miller’s Death Of A Salesman and are meanwhile forced … Read more
The sequel to 2011’s A Few Best Men quintessentially demonstrates the extreme level of difficulty in maintaining freshness and hilarity in a comedy.
The film … Read more
In light of current American politics, it would be almost too easy to stay clear of Miss Sloane. Centred around the US’s gun laws … Read more
It’s been 22 years since the first Jurassic Park left audiences enamoured with the concept of a dinosaur theme park, and that sense of wonderment … Read more
Precise yet unrestrained is the biggest compliment I can give the Sydney duo’s fifth studio album. With this release the pair have created a unique … Read more
Indie pop band Vacationer give us a taste of their upcoming album Relief, due for release in late June, with the track In The Grass.… Read more
Austenland, directed by Jerusha Hess and based on a novel by Shannon Hale, is a rom-com whose target audience remains unclear.
Keri Russell (… Read more
Another fine feature from this year’s Sydney Latin American Film Festival lineup is Father’s Chair, (Brazil), a poignant tale about the emotionally challenging relationships … Read more
The 2013 Spanish Film Festival opens with a gentle comedy, deceptively titled A Gun in Each Hand directed by Cesc Gay, which brings together an … Read more
Years after his wife has left him, acclaimed novelist Bill (Greg Kinnear) can’t stop thinking she’s going to walk back in the door at any … Read more