Of An Age film is a tender and romantic Melburnian treat
A Serbian ballroom dancer experiences an unexpected and intense 24-hour romance with a friend's older brother, in this unique and…
The Exam serves a ‘politically backward’ view of Kurdistan
The premise of Shawkat Amin Korki's film seems pro-feminist but leaves us yearning for more authentic female narratives.
Bullet Train: Brad Pitt – that's why you're here, right?
Pitt performing in prime goofy mode ensures this showy vehicle will stop at all stations, including your local cinema.
Thirteen Lives by Ron Howard review:
We've had the books and documentaries, and now comes the dramatic feature film account of the Tham Luang cave rescue.
The Reef: Stalked is 'certainly a different take on the genre'
Traucki's The Reef: Stalked has a second act stretch that is remarkably effective with scares that both surprise and shock…
National Theatre Live: Prima Facie is stunning on screen and stage
Jodie Comer's performance in this filmed production of the London West End play is exceptional in every way.
Where the Crawdads Sing is resoundingly bland
The whole film seems to be in an unseemly haste to zip through the novel’s stilted conversations and increasingly silly…
Thor: Love and Thunder review – there's plenty to enjoy
Does Natalie Portman steal Chris Hemsworth's thunder in the latest outing for the Marvel superhero? It's complicated.
Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck in Time review
Nearly 40 years in the making, Robert B Weide's documentary offers glimpses of the Slaughterhouse Five author across the decades.
Nude Tuesday review: left-of-field comedy magic, but not enough nudity
A complicated language, translated subtitles, sexual antics, and a goat. No, it's not the SBS Midnight Movie, it's Nude Tuesday,…