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The line between Prince Charming and Bluebeard has long been blurred, says Adrian Martin of this enjoyably creepy Netflix series.
Swooningly romantic in a way few films dare to be these days, this one soars high and dives deep.
Melbourne Women in Film Festival presents Angie Black's strong feature.
Chris Boyd reviews the four-part thriller currently screening on the ABC and finds it thoroughly engrossing.
Two shorts from the Melbourne Women in Film Festival, which is running from 21-24 February 2019.
English language Western opens the Alliance Francaise French Film Festival 2019.
At Eternity’s Gate is the latest film about Vincent van Gogh, arguably the western world’s most beloved artist.
Adrian Martin is charmed by the genial Aussie hitman at the centre of Foxtel's international hit series.
A violent thrill ride through Sydney's western burbs, with just enough realism to make the carnage plausible.
Peter Hedges' nuanced drama about a family grappling with drug addiction starts strong but wobbles off the wagon.
The British Netflix series marks the surprising and endearing return of teen fiction into mainstream entertainment, and Adrian Martin is loving it.
The new Australian Netflix series is committed to the pursuit of visual pleasure. Mel Campbell surrenders to its siren song.
This ravishing but over-long production, directed by Simon Godwin, enthralls.
Making a rare on-screen appearance, Clint Eastwood directs and stars in this wistful tale of an elderly drug courier.
Following five Labrador puppies in training to become guide dogs, this straightforward documentary is both charming and standard.
This 2018 Sundance documentary winner proves a perceptive and deeply felt tale of skateboarding, friendship and masculinity.
Solid family entertainment, this remake of a classic works best when it sticks to the original story.
A traditional and essentially conservative biopic that your mum might like if The Favourite is too weird.
M. Night Shyamalan concludes his Eastrail 177 Trilogy with a film that never feels like the sum of its parts.
The Beehive is more than a story about a missing socialite, it's a fresh take on the documentary genre that scratches the raw sore of gentrification, corruption and violence in our society.
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