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The Boyfriend review: a new delightfully queer reality TV obsession

4 stars for The Boyfriend, Japan's first same-sex dating show which releases episodes weekly on Netflix.

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The Twelve Season 2, Binge review: silky smooth

The Twelve returns with a fleshly farmhand, lawyerly lovemaking, crackling charisma and a tool for boring holes in wood ...

Halsey as Tabby Martin and Mia Goth as Maxine Minx in MaXXXine. Image: A24/Universal Pictures

MaXXXine review: a killer ending to Ti West's trilogy

Mia Goth takes on 1980s Hollywood in MaXXXine, a thrilling close to Ti West's horror trilogy.

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Fam Time, 7+ review: Australia's last ever sitcom?

Fam Time was announced, produced, promoted, and then buried by Seven back in 2020, but now it's here!

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Fly Me To The Moon review: good clean American fun

Fly Me To The Moon invokes the power of nostalgia to deliver a crowd-pleasing romcom that you'll probably forget about…

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Kinds of Kindness review: such dark delights

Disturbing and hilarious, Kinds of Kindness reuinites Emma Stone and Willem Dafoe with the Poor Things director Yorgos Lanthimos.

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Maggie Beer’s Big Mission review: a heart-soaring triumph from the ABC

Championing a lifelong mission to promote healthy eating, Maggie Beer hopes to prove that minor tweaks can have a major…

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Troppo Season 2, ABC review: crime-time viewing

Damaged private investigators Conkaffey and Pharrell make their suspenseful return in Season 2 of the Australian drama.

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Fake, Paramount+ review: lies and love

Asher Keddie and David Wenham star in a thrilling tale of lies, love and unsettling dynamics.

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Hundreds of Beavers review: help, the beavers have unionised!

Mike Cheslik's Hundreds of Beavers is a silent film made on a shoestring budget that's guaranteed to bust your gut.

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