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Inside Out 2. Image: Disney. Anxiety greets core emotions, Joy, Anger, Fear, Disgust and Sadness in headquarters.
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Inside Out 2 review: anxiety is the star of the show

With fast-pacing, great visuals and enough emotional depth, Inside Out 2 delivers on more than one front.

Furiosa Anya Taylor-Joy
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Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga review – grinds every gear

Can George Miller strike grease lightning again with this fast and furious prequel led by Anya Taylor-Joy?

Nakahira. image is black and white shot of two young people embracing on a yacht which is moored.
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Film reviews: Flora on the Sand (1964) and Juvenile Jungle (1956)

The feature of a retrospective at the 2023 Japanese Film Festival, Kō Nakahira was a filmmaker who interrogated themes of…

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Cassandro review: Gael García Bernal blazes in lucha libre biopic

Cassandro teases a great movie within a series of competently performed but rather undercooked narrative beats.

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Mercy Road review – unreal thriller grinds the gears (MIFF 2023)

Neither John Curran’s screenplay nor direction can sell Luke Bracey as the next Tom Hardy in the adrenaline-dripping Mercy Road.

MIFF 2023 snapshots: week two of the Melbourne International Film Festival

It's MIFF 2023 at a glance: two-sentence reviews to help you choose what film to see next at the festival.

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MIFF Review: Family is haunted in Joanna Hogg's The Eternal Daughter

Tilda Swinton plays dual roles in this elegiac closing chapter to The Souvenir and its sequel. These musings on memories…

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Shayda is a powerful debut from Iranian-Australian writer/director Noora Niasari

Holy Spider star Zar Amir Ebrahimi and a remarkable young Selina Zahednia imbue the aching, semi-autobiographical Shayda with genuine heart.

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Carmen review: dance is grand, but story is king

Re-imaginings have the power to transform the old into the new, but this interpretation of Bizet's Carmen doesn't exude quite…

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No Hard Feelings review: funny, sexy and a damn good time

Does No Hard Feelings signal the return of raunchy, crowd pleasing rom-coms? We can only hope.

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