Arts & Entertainment Reviews — Film

  • If Beale Street Could Talk

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    ]The film, based on the novel of the same name, is set in Harlem, New York, during the early 1970s in an America fresh out of the Civil Rights Movement. In Australian cinemas from 14 February.
  • The Green Book

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    Few films have tried to balance two very different styles into one movie. Green Book is an harmonious accomplishment of just that. Directed by Peter Farrelly, the film is a very much a road trip movie but with tremendous heart and a heartfelt mess…
  • Cold War

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    In a year where entertainment has been full of surprises, Cold War still manages to stick out like a sore thumb. Film review by Manan Luthra.
  • VICE

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    To call Vice stylistic would be a gross understatement. There's a CGI heart beating to the match cut of a toy rooster, complete Shakespearean dialogue for one scene just for the lolz, and a moment where the credits starts rolling midway through th…
  • Widows

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    Steve McQueen has got to be one of the most efficient and steady directors of our time. He made only four feature films since 2008 and they have all been so, so good by both being critically acclaimed and garnering so many awards with each new ent…
  • Old Man And The Gun

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    Many of us grew up watching Robert Redford. This veteran actor has went through a considerable amount of change in the film and television industry making him quite the time capsule. A productive one at that, going through a plethora of theatre, t…
  • Venom 4DX Film Review

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    Venom is in Australian cinemas now with or without the 4DX experience that is exclusive at Event Cinemas George Street.
  • Custody

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    Custody is a strong execution of simplicity. This French drama is the antithesis of overcompensating in cinematic storytelling gracing us with a provocative script and great performances throughout its 93 minute runtime. With a scre…
  • The Nun

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    We’ve kind of had a comeback of horror movies of late. Plenty of new and inventive ways to scare people have come about in films from Unfriended to Get Out whilst even managing to tell some meaningful messages as a bonus. S…