Holding The Man (1)

Holding The Man – Review

Stick with Holding The Man; what starts as an awkward school-day skit (Corr and Stott are as convincing teenagers as Hill and Tatum are in Jump Street) becomes a touching story with superb lead and supporting...
The Dressmaker

The Dressmaker – Review

The opening sequence of The Dressmaker is as beautiful as it is cliché, giving little hint of the zany and absurd story that follows. What stops The Dressmaker from being a stand out film is the storytelling...

Predestination – Review

Ethan Hawke swaps Boyhood for boredom in Predestination, the latest film to get lost in time travel. Despite a promising premise and outlandish imagination, Predestination fails overall to be fresh or...