Category archives for: Film Reviews

Film Review: Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Film Review: Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Captain America/Steve Rogers tries to adjust to his new life as a hero for a modern era, unearthing a conspiracy that is trying to destroy all he has fought for.

Film Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel

Film Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel

Director Wes Anderson is a comedic maverick and his latest film also benefits from his masterful touch, with an all-star cast and zingy one-liners.

Alliance Française French Film Festival Review: Finally, Sunday! (Vivement dimanche!)

Alliance Française French Film Festival Review: Finally, Sunday! (Vivement dimanche!)

This 1983 murder mystery was director François Truffaut’s final film and a tribute to the master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock.

Film Review: The LEGO Movie

Film Review: The LEGO Movie

The first full-length theatrical LEGO adventure follows Emmet, a perfectly average LEGO minifigure who is mistakenly identified as the key to saving the world.

Alliance Française French Film Festival Review: Friends from France (Les interdits)

Alliance Française French Film Festival Review: Friends from France (Les interdits)

In Paris 1979, we meet Carole and Jérôme who are first cousins posing as an engaged couple to help oppressed Russian Jews.

Film Review: Muppets Most Wanted

Film Review: Muppets Most Wanted

They are back! Disney’s The Muppets have returned for yet another sequel, Muppets Most Wanted, and yes, the kids love it!

Film Review: Noah

Film Review: Noah

Directed by Darren Aronofsky, Noah is his most spectacle-driven film to date. Loaded with CGI, it maintains a myriad of religious imagery.

Alliance Française French Film Festival Review: Venus in Fur (La Vénus à la fourrure)

Alliance Française French Film Festival Review: Venus in Fur (La Vénus à la fourrure)

Venus in Fur (La Vénus à la fourrure) is Roman Polanski’s cat-and-mouse suspense film inspired by Leopold von Sacher-Masoch’s novel (the namesake of ‘masochism’)

DVD Review: The Starving Games

DVD Review: The Starving Games

The Starving Games attempts to copy the Flying High and Naked Gun style of scatter-shot parody, not realising The Hunger Games is already a parody unto itself.

Alliance Française French Film Festival Review: 11.6

Alliance Française French Film Festival Review: 11.6

The true story of security van driver Toni Musulin who plots to vanish with his van full of cash and finds favour in unexpected quarters.

Advertisement

Photo Gallery

Glam Digital Social Media Agency

© Glam Digital Pty Ltd, 2010. All Rights Reserved. www.glamdigital.com.au.