4.5

Meal Tickets Review

Filmed over ten years and encompassing different cities, across different countries, Meal Tickets is a documentary about evolving personalities. In particular, the evolving personality of artists from Perth, We...
3.5

Transformers: The Last Knight Review

Transformers: The Last Knight marks the fifth entry into this cacophonic Michael Bay helmed film series. Those who embarked on the journeys of Optimus Prime, Bumblebee and Sam Witwicky (he of the Witwiccan line...
3

Dave Made a Maze Review

There’s something refreshing about sitting in a cinema and not knowing what it is you’re about to watch. A minute or two before the lights dimmed, we were told the title of what we were watching – Dave Made a M...
4

Kedi Review

The internet is, quite obviously, obsessed with cats. So much so that it can be a minefield trying to navigate social media or YouTube without being hit with a gif of a cat doing something cute or nefarious. Wh...
5

Loving Review

The true story of Richard and Mildred Loving is one that is ripe for a film adaptation. On paper, one can easily conjure up a saccharine version of this film beat for beat: a story of a couple in love who have ...
3

The LEGO Batman Movie Review

The grand imagination of Will Ferrell and his son was brought to life in 2014's much loved The Lego Movie. What could easily have been a feature length advertisement for little plastic blocks instead turned int...
5

Lion Review

It’s very easy for an inspirational true story to be translated into a film in a very preachy, sentimental manner. Boost the manipulative score at the right moments, implement a voice over to help convey the ot...