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Nightmare Alley – Review

As Stanton Carlisle leaves an unidentified body and his family home going up in flames, Guillermo del Toro establishes that his latest noir is far from a straight adaptation of William Lindsay Gresham’s 1946...
Mowgli

Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle – Review

Originally scheduled for release back in 2016 before being blindsided by Disney announcing a remake of their own, Andy Serkis’ directorial effort has finally found its footing on Netflix, bringing us a new...
Oceans 8

Ocean’s 8 – Review

It’s still depressingly rare for a film to have all women in the lead roles, but Ocean’s 8 would have been worthy of very little attention if that was the only remarkable thing about it. Instead, it...
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Manifesto – Review

Originally a multi-screen installation for exhibition at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Manifesto belongs more to Cate Blanchett than to director Julian Rosefeldt. Split into thirteen segments,...
Thor Ragnarok

Team Talk – Thor: Ragnarok

It's safe to say that the majority of discussion around Thor: Ragnarok has been in regards to Marvel's choice of director. Taika Waititi is not only an interesting choice due to his lack of previous experience...
Voyage Of Time

Voyage of Time – Venice 2016 Review

30 years in the making makes a decent marketing line for Terrence Malick’s latest film Voyage of Time. With such a line and a pedigree name attached, it can’t help but underwhelm even if it does indeed...

Knight of Cups – Review

Malick poses questions about purpose and life whilst running on an empty tank. As expected, Emmanuel Lubezki (DP for Gravity and Birdman) achieves wonders for Malick, transforming urban landscapes and GoPro...