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As French villagers contemplate disrobing for art and attention, this warm-hearted comedy endeavours to balance charm and cliché.
An over-the-top sci-fi comedy with a pro-union message, Sorry to Bother You is an audacious take on US race relations, corporate exploitation and the horrors of telemarketing,
Australia’s Lost Impressionist – John Russell (2017) is an enamoured documentary reminiscing on the life of an artist that time forgot.
First penned 90 years ago, this grim, sober and powerful war drama makes for moving viewing.
As much a space movie as a psychological drama, this Neil Armstrong biopic combines the visceral and the thoughtful.
Australian action hero Errol Flynn gets a swashbuckling but wearily cartoonish biopic based on his pre-fame days.
Despite a stellar cast, this film adaptation of Chekhov’s classic play merely hits the expected notes.
Kevin Hart’s latest odd-couple comedy proves generic, messy and flat, with the strained result failing to earn a passing grade.
A body horror comic book origin story that’s also a buddy comedy about a guy and the creature overtaking his being.
Particle/Wave, set at the Planetarium in Scienceworks, is a love letter, a poem to what has been discovered in our universe, and more pointedly, what has yet to be discovered.
After a heavy-handed opening act, Alpha blossoms into a familiar but effective man-and-mutt adventure.
A derivative family-friendly haunted house film that merely scares up the expected.
The action franchise returns with its sixth instalment, which feels like it could’ve been made three decades ago.
A film for everyone, narrated by Morgan Freeman.
An affable Australian comedy that shouts its message loud and clear, but does so with warmth.
A strong young woman quietly resists gay conversion therapy.
Joaquin Phoenix excels as a disturbed hitman in You Were Never Really Here by Lynn Ramsay.
This exhibition shows that Ledger was so much more than an actor; he was an inspiration to anyone with a creative inclination to experiment – to just do it.
Sometimes amusingly entertaining, sometimes dourly formulaic, this giant shark thriller bobs from one extreme to the other.
Nicolas Cage is at his unhinged yet earnest best in this lurid, ultra-violent, unforgettable revenge tale.
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