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This 2018 Sundance documentary winner proves a perceptive and deeply felt tale of skateboarding, friendship and masculinity.
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.
This year's Boxing Day superhero flick is a splashy romp shot on the Gold Coast and directed by James Wan.
The sixth film in the Transformers franchise successfully swaps smash-and-crash action for a small-scale story with heart.
War and zombies combine in this gory yet grounded horror effort from Australian director Julius Avery.
Mark Gatiss deserves all the praise for his role as King George III.
A Christmas set zombie-musical-comedy with joy and bite.
Netflix has given new life to Orson Welles's unfinished film and Adrian Martin finds it fascinating.
Relentlessly entertaining and packed with jokes, this plays to animation's strengths while retaining Spidey's iconic teen angst.
A film celebrating a fabulous ball and some people who've changed the world.
Mairi Cameron's psychological thriller The Second was released to little attention. Adrian Martin finds much more to like.
Provocateur Gaspar Noe pushes a lot of debaucherous buttons with his latest film, but misses the G spot.
As French villagers contemplate disrobing for art and attention, this warm-hearted comedy endeavours to balance charm and cliché.
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.
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