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In Recognition of Fist Of Fury: Bruce Lee, A Hero

  Bruce Lee is one of the most well known Chinese names; recognised all over the world, especially in the west, Lee spread knowledge of...

FILM REVIEW: King Arthur – Legend of the Sword

The Legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table remains one of the most recycled and reinterpreted narratives of all time. From television...

ADVANCE REVIEW: The Edge of Seventeen

Please Note: Radio Monash’s pre-release reviews aim to be as detail-free as they reasonably can while still offering a critique, but as everyone’s spoiler...

FILM REVIEW: THE WALL (2017)

Guns, Mind Games, and a Battle for Survival Doug Liman’s new film, The Wall, is an intense character drama focused on Allan “Ize” Isaac’s struggle...

Advance Review: “Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice”

Please Note: Radio Monash’s pre-release reviews aim to be as detail-free as they reasonably can while still offering a critique, but as everyone’s spoiler...

ADVANCED FILM REVIEW: Gifted (2017)

Gifted is an unusual movie in the contemporary film landscape, it is a character driven melodrama with heart and moral ambiguity, where the principle characters...

MOVIE REVIEW: Patriot’s Day

While other reviews might point out that Patriots Day didn’t stray too far into exploitative action thriller terrain, I very much beg to differ. The...

MOVIE REVIEW: Before I Fall

When hearing the genre teen drama one’s mind automatically thinks high school, cool kids and the awkward kid who is the underdog protagonist trying...

FILM REVIEW: I, Tonya (2018)

Everyone loves a Trainwreck! There is something so satisfying in watching someone fail so horrifically, you don’t want to watch but you can't look...

FILM REVIEW: The Big Sick (2017)

The Big Sick is a heartwarming and thoroughly entertaining film. While it may not leave you with a extraordinarily visible emotional reaction, there is no...

FILM REVIEW: Collateral Beauty

Every once in a while a film comes along that urges you to totally re-evaluate everything you think you know about cinema. Will Smith’s...

FILM REVIEW: The Only Living Boy in New York

Marc Webb’s The Only Living Boy in New York is a film that mimics a modern literary piece, and for good reason. Yet, much...