What might an Australian Netflix HQ mean for the local screen industry?
Although, like many Netflix offerings, it can feel inconsequential.
This breezily enjoyable film takes its cues from the superb comedy Game Night.
We revisit the surprising, shocking and stunning debut first season.
Martin Scorsese’s new Netflix documentary explores Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue tour from the 1970s.
There’s plenty to recommend in this increasingly paranoid sci-fi three-hander.
Streaming guru and film critic Craig Mathieson picks his highlights for June.
Exhilarating, sexy and driven by a sense of genuine fury, The Perfection starts wild and gets wilder.
This film clunkily tries to corral its fantastic cast into a bland feel-good narrative.
These films are pawsitively excellent dogo-umentaries.
A lot more to offer than just being an exercise in trope regurgitation.
The director seem determined to avoid answering any of the questions that might have made this film interesting.
This would not be the first time that the words “fever dream” and “Bob Dylan” have been used in the same sentence.
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“Easily the best thing about Someone Great is its cast.”
The writing in The Silence is stodgy and the execution pedestrian, with an insufferable air of ennui smothering the life out of it.
Brie Larson’s directorial debut is overtly quirky but thoughtful and insightful.
This film is a conservative ‘correction’ to the story of Bonnie and Clyde.
Murder, time travel, alternate realities and one great big friggin storm.