A burly, original, crowd-pleasing night at the cinema.
The film contains something many action films sorely lack: fun.
If you came for a doll saying profanities, this isn’t it.
Hugo Weaving delivers a fascinating performance as a renowned war photographer in this powerful and poetic film.
Certain elements of the film ring true but it is patriotic to a problematic extent, says Blake Howard.
Although, like many Netflix offerings, it can feel inconsequential.
This breezily enjoyable film takes its cues from the superb comedy Game Night.
Martin Scorsese’s new Netflix documentary explores Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue tour from the 1970s.
There’s barely a hint of otherworldly goo or transformative delight.
This impressively frugal micro-budget Australian that recently premiered at the Sydney Film Festival.
This must-see documentary is an explosive indictment of Australia’s systemic racism.
There’s plenty to recommend in this increasingly paranoid sci-fi three-hander.
Well, with a title like that you’ve got to give it a shot, don’t you?
This is probably the whitest movie you will see all year.
Apart from a few interesting wrinkles, this finale is business as usual
There’s a degree of spectacle but this is a misshapen movie.
Elton John’s musical biopic is bold, personal and fabulously entertaining.
What are the most effective parental techniques to deal with the realisation that your child is made from Satan’s spawn?
The film wobbles between lame and good.
Exhilarating, sexy and driven by a sense of genuine fury, The Perfection starts wild and gets wilder.
The film is low-boil Soderbergh-lite.