4.5

Down Under Review

Down Under opens with a text message that sparked the fire that was the Cronulla riots. News footage plays out the brutal physical assault on people of all nationalities, wrapping up with a line from a news rep...
4

Death in Brunswick Review

For a long while now, Australian comedies have been regularly considered our weakest of film genres. Sure, everybody loves The Castle, a couple of lines from Crocodile Dundee are oft-quoted and Muriel’s Wedding...
4.5

Frontline Review

My favourite documentary of all time is Jehane Noujaim's 2004 Control Room. A film about the media’s involvement in the Iraq War in the early 2000's, with special focus on Al Jazeera. It's a heartbreaking docum...
3

What Lola Wants Review

What Lola Wants is a pulpy American road movie through Australian eyes. Starring Sophie Lowe and Beau Knapp, this is Rupert Glasson’s follow up to the enjoyable-enough Coffin Rock. Lowe stars as Lola Franklin, ...
4

Partisan Review

Partisan, directed by Ariel Kleiman making his feature film debut, stars Vincent Cassel as Gregori, leader of a closed, self-sufficient community of women and young children. As the film moves at a deliberate p...