Reviews

Fish Out of Water Review

Ignorance is bliss has never been so true as it is in Israel Cannan’s documentary Fish out of Water. The documentary centres around two men, Tom Hudson and Pete Fletcher, who make the decision to cross the Nor...

Champions Review

There are not many comedies depicting people living with a disability. And for a good reason, with actors such as Ben Stiller and Johnny Knoxville playing to the lowest common denominator in their association ...

Little Woods Review

Films are a reflective medium. They present our world – our lives – back at us through skewed perspectives with a fresh realisation of how our society operates. Ever since the dawn of celluloid, cinema has bee...

Celia Review

Released in 1989, filmmaker Ann Turner’s debut feature Celia is another entry into the “fantastical coming of age” subgenre, which includes the baroque, playful fantasy of Jim Henson’s Labyrinth (1986), the bl...

Long Shot Review

Seth Rogen takes co-lead duties in Long Shot, as the only-in-Hollywood named Fred Flarsky, a hyper-indie journalist who routinely tells big business to ‘go fuck themselves’ via whatever thousand plus word epic...
4.5

Thunder Road Review

Meet Jim Cummings: this generation’s Steven Soderbergh and Kevin Smith and David Gordon Green. A voice that has arrived to shake up and rattle the cage of independent American cinema. One that aims to help ens...
4.5

1985 Review

Yen Tan’s 1985 may be presented in black and white, giving the illusion that this is a story that takes place long in the past, but this is a narrative that is still startlingly relevant in today’s society. Ad...
4.5

Top End Wedding Review

Yes, bloody yes, Lauren (Miranda Tapsell) exclaims after overly excited fiancé-to-be Ned (Gwilym Lee) bends down mid-sentence to ask her one simple question. Will you? Well I, too, say yes, bloody yes, save th...