There’s one thing greater than seeing a cinematic masterpiece, and that’s seeing a cinematic trainwreck! No matter how many times we tell ourselves that we, as modern cinema goers, are highbrow folk who prefer films that are tasteful and inspiring, we all LOVE a good Z-grade flick.
From start to finish, Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk is a symphonic slice of cinematic heaven.
When you survive a massacre in a foreign country and are provided with food and shelter by a crippled homeless man, but you don’t get to properly thank said man, what do you do?
Sofia Coppola’s remake of the 1971 film The Beguiled, is a thrilling ride through the emotional spectrum of jealousy, with outstanding performances.
Despite being a driving force in pop music from a performance perspective, fewer than 20% of song-writers are women, and fewer than 5% of music producers are women. Play Your Gender examines why this is and the impacts it has on the industry as a whole, as well as the individuals in it.
Edgar Wright’s 5th film shows no signs of his fast-paced style slowing down anytime soon. Thanks to his kinetic direction, he keeps Baby Driver in high gear and never drops the pace due to some well written and performed characters.
L.A. nightclub, the Catch One, opened its doors to patrons of all backgrounds, surviving through thick and thin for 42 years, changing lives along the way.
Legitimacy in life and art is hard to recognise… Or is it? That’s just one of the interesting questions raised when watching Art Bastard, the multiple award winning documentary which focuses on the life of New York painter Robert Cenedella.
Bob Hawk – actor, theatre director, producer, impresario… And sadly no relation to the former Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke.
Spider-Man: Homecoming is the reboot we needed. In the hands of Marvel Studios, the web-crawling hero is as exciting and fresh as ever.
The award winning indie documentary The Gateway Bug reveals the ever growing industry of producing insects, such as crickets, for human consumption. Directed by Johanna B. Kelly and Cameron Marshad, this documentary focuses on the environmental benefits of eating insects, the issue of world hunger and the fact that in the not-so-distant future, we will start to run out of food.
With all the buzz regarding the new Spider-Man movie and Tom Holland bringing to life the third attempt of the web-slinger in just 15 years, it’s fun to look back at what was attempted not that long ago. So if you wanted to see how Marvel’s rendition of the wall-crawling hero measures up to Sony’s earlier attempts, never fear, I’ve saved you from having to watch over 4 hours of Peter Parker crying over his dead Uncle Ben, again.
While The Amazing Spider-Man may have lost some people in its dramatic start and the mysterious truth behind the disappearance of Peter Parker’s parents, it quickly makes up for it with the charismatic Andrew Garfield showing us what a loner, lanky nerd is really like in the new millennium.