As ever-changing Australian Iconography is scattered across every wall, Friends and Strangers poses the question, what if it begins to stare back?
“Thousands have lived without love, not one without water” is the thread that ties River together.
Matt Reeves’ The Batman features one of the darkest and most grounded portrayals of the popular superhero yet.
In a film where right and wrong are so carefully defined, Fresh finds itself torn between genres.
The beloved Sony video game franchise Uncharted finally gets its long-awaited adaptation for the big screen.
The effect of watching Preparations to Be Together for an Unknown Period of Time is the same as not watching it.
More a symbolic than a literal figure, The Greenhouse is a head-trip where grief flourishes as vividly as ever.
Marry Me is cliché-packed but entirely endearing, making for a mostly enjoyable musical rom-com.
Roland Emmerich dips his toe back into the doomsday movie genre once again with Moonfall. This time the biggest disaster is the movie itself.
Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog sees the Kiwi director again displaying her under-praised and little-spoken genius.
“Keep noise to a minimum, they can hear you” is the overarching phrase that haunts the retelling of the tragedy in Spencer.
Guillermo del Toro directs the latest adaptation of Nightmare Alley based on the 1946 novel by William Lindsay Gresham.
The famous horror franchise Scream is back with a new entry in 2022, though it lacks new ideas and isn’t very scary.
In the Greek myths, Cassandra, the daughter of King Priam of Troy, was afflicted by the gods with the curse that she would have accurate knowledge of future events but that nobody would ever believe what she said. Scientists in movies are the modern Cassandras.
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