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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...

Movie Review: CHiPs

From the earliest moments of the film, CHiPs sets to work delivering the snappy, light-hearted laughs it promises. A Maverick FBI agent undercover as...

Ceçi N’est Pas La Cinématographie – Introspection Through Film

In order to better organise my thoughts, I will be jotting down the happenings of my excursion to la rive droite for my interview...

FILM REVIEW: The Zookeeper’s Wife (2017)

Since it first began operations in 1928, The Warsaw Zoo has continued to be one of the most diverse and visited zoos in all...

REVIEW: Red Dog True Blue

When thinking of Australian movies, works such as The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert, The Castle and Australia would all be appropriate...

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: 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...

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...

HEAD TO HEAD REVIEW: Suicide Squad (P2 – Mike’s Verdict)

Over the course of two feature length reviews, Connor Johnston and Mike Riviere will be going head to head and sharing their own views...

FILM REVIEW: Moonlight

Moonlight is the black man’s Brokeback Mountain; less contrived, more intimate and powerfully thought-provoking. For too long has the queer narrative focussed on white...

Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani Review (Translates to “This Youth is Crazy”, abbreviated as YJHD).

*****SPOILERS AHEAD***** The story starts off with a flashback of Naina Talwar (Deepika Padukone) when she is reminiscing about her days in high school and...

FILM REVIEW – Kong: Skull Island

There is a certain intrigue to the unknown. For years storytellers have crafted their pieces around the anticipation that precedes it, the letdown that...