In this nervy everybody-in-unrequited-love-with-everybody-else film adaption of the Anton Chekhov play The Seagull, Annette Bening is a scene-stealer, leading the glorious ensemble cast as hilariously narcissistic aging actress, Irina Arkadina. When family and friends gather to spend a summer weekend with Irina’s ailing older brother Sorin (Brian Dennehy), at his bohemian estate and farm in the […]
The latest from the director of I Am Eleven boasts something that accounts of troubled masculinity so often lack: not just intimacy, but variety.
A chilling new documentary about the presidency of Vladimir Putin.
An eclectic anthology of vignettes that act as a tasting menu of everything the Coens have to offer.
More Predator than any Predator from this year’s The Predator.
Gaga and Cooper ooze charisma and chemistry.
This deeply moving documentary about Christmas Island tugs at your soul.
It’s a shame it couldn’t have been half an hour shorter.
“I found it very refreshing to see such an unrelenting, subversive designer”
Only in its score and costume design does this film truly shine.
The action and dialogue crackle along at a pace nothing short of electrifying.
Engrossing, thought-provoking, and well worth your time.
Damien Chazelle has made a stodgy, pedestrian biopic.
This new film saddles its Aussie cast with unconvincing American accents – but can’t massage a moody sea of clichés into something substantial.
The film is agonisingly slow to its feet and bland in every way – especially visually.
Is this a documentary with narrative elements, or a narrative feature that incorporates documentary?
Zombies! Nazis! Nazi zombies! The crazy WWII action/horror fest Overlord comes from Australian director Julius Avery. Critic Travis Johnson takes an early peak at the film ahead of its release in December. Following on from his 2014 feature debut, the WA-shot heist drama Son of a Gun, Australian director Julius Avery ditches the sunburnt goldfields […]
Weirdly paced, sloppily edited and numbingly undynamic.
It’s a bloody good thriller from Green Room director.
Joaquin Phoenix fights for nuance in the exaggerated but affecting Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot
Joaquin Phoenix’s expertly controlled performance keeps providing nuance while the film’s structure keeps taking it away.