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The Northman review: a monumental achievement

A marvellously menacing rite of passage, The Northman is not to be missed.

It's adventure time. Image: Paramount Pictures.
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The Lost City review: it runs on charisma and fun

The film is at its best when it gives Sandra Bullock's Loretta – and by extension us – permission to…

Michelle Yeoh cements her reputation as a living legend. Image: Roadshow.
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Everything Everywhere All at Once review: bonkers but brilliant

If you’ve somehow snoozed on Michelle Yeoh’s career, this demented and hugely enjoyable film is a great place to start.

The popular crime series exposes its underbelly for the first time since 2018. Image: Nine Network.
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TV Review – Underbelly: Vanishing Act

Kate Atkinson puts her best foot forward as Sydney con-artist Melissa Caddick in the latest instalment of the Underbelly series.

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Morbius review: going for bust with blood lust

Short, fast-paced, focused almost entirely on its big-name lead – how does Sony's latest superhero film stack up?

ABC presenter Tony Armstrong poses with a dog.
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TV Review: A Dog’s World with Tony Armstrong

Debunking canine myths and celebrating dogs in all their individuality – this show is a soothing treat for the senses

Jillian Nguyen cracks the emotional shell of Ivan Sen’s film Loveland. Image: Bunya Productions.
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Loveland review: a futuristic labour of love

Ivan Sen's new film is more an experience than a plot-driven narrative, its dramas intimate and personal.

Jabari Banks plays Will in an edgier retelling of the nineties show.
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Review: Bel-Air – from West Philadelphia worn and grazed

Even as it celebrates the Banks family’s Black excellence, Bel-Air makes explicit that their wealth has eroded their racial solidarity.

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Film Review: River is a visual spectacle

Jennifer Peedom’s documentary sequel is awash with beautiful images but might struggle to reach the heights of its predecessor.

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Film Review: Courtney Barnett's Anonymous Club

The singer-songwriter takes us backstage and on the road in this artful documentary.

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