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'Two Fists One Heart' falls squarely within the boxing movie standard plot structure – there aren’t too many surprises. What makes it a memorable film are the details.
Made documentary style and filmed in Israel, 'Yiddishe Mama' is a slow moving, often painful film to sit through. Although you feel that not much is happening, retrospectively there are some powerful scenes.
Emotional chaos reigns from the opening scene of Shiva (part of the AICE Israeli Film Festival); a close up of pallid hands, grasping, clutching, and throwing dark earth into the grave of the recently deceased Maurice.
The first thing that needs to be said about the film Orphan is that it’s true what it claims in the trailer, you will never guess her secret.
'Van Gogh: Brush with Genius', part of the Melbourne Film Festival, is the lovechild of filmmaker Peter Knapp and director Francois Bertrand.
This new Australian film is a fresh view of life in Sydney’s western suburbs.
27 Jul 2009
ONLINE OPINION: Bruno, Sacha Baron Cohen’s latest comic persona, is an airheaded Austrian gay fashionista who has come to the US in search of fame.
'Drag me to Hell' has the ability to linger and creep with you well after you walk out of the cinema.
'Earthlings' is a controversial documentary film which looks deep into the depths of animal cruelty, containing footage from behind the scenes at pet stores, farms, in animal sports, in the fashion industry as well as medical and scientific research.
'The Half-Blood Prince' could be intermingled with any other of the Harry Potter movies and you wouldn’t spot the difference.
'Red Cliff' is by all means an epic movie goer’s true epic movie.
We are treated - with 'Two Lovers' - to a artfully crafted portrait of a man's life (played by Joaquin Phoenix) where he has two choices, between what he wants and what it best for him.
The film - Coco Avant Chanel - is a fable of sorts. Orphaned little girl, grows up, encounters hardship, falls for a boy, prevails over all obstacles and becomes a world renown star in the fashion industry… only, narrated in a touching and moving sort of manner.
In 'The Secret World' - part of The Arab Film Festival - Initial timidity and uncertainty allow a momentary utopian society to exist, where all the children perform their chores with vigour and enthusiasm.
Captain Abu Raed - part of the Arab Film Festival - is an impressive debut feature from its’ Jordanian born, American trained director and writer - Amin Matalqa.
Had director Michael Bay - Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen - been around in the Middle Ages he probably would’ve made quite a living performing experimental operations on the brains of conscious patients.
In 1984, Clive James interviewed Roman Polanski over lunch in a Paris Passages of an interview with Roman Polanski in Paris bookend Marina Zenovich’s revealing documentary on Polanski’s life, and in particular his arrest in 1977 for having sex with 13-year-old Samantha Gailey Geimer.
Steven Soderbergh takes on a big myth in this two-parter on the later years of Che Guevara - in film 'Che' part of the Sydney Film Festival.
Rupert Friend playing 'Chéri' - in the film by the same name, part of the Sydney Film Festival - the indulged son of a Paris madam - is thoroughly unlikeable.
Andrew Lancaster, as director of this Australia-meets-America family drama, turns in a stunning effort in his debut feature 'Accidents Happen' - part of the Sydney Film Festival.
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