Category archives for: Film Reviews

Italian Film Festival‏ Review: Stay Away From Me (Stai Lontana Di Me)

Italian Film Festival‏ Review: Stay Away From Me (Stai Lontana Di Me)

A marriage guidance counsellor has never enjoyed a successful relationship himself because of a jinx where terrible accidents befall any woman he becomes involved with.

Italian Film Festival‏ Review: Marina

Italian Film Festival‏ Review: Marina

Opening this year’s Italian Film Festival is the Australian premiere of the biopic Marina, based on the life of 1950s Italian singer Rocco Granata.

Film Review: The Equalizer

Film Review: The Equalizer

Robert McCall is a man with a mysterious past and deadly weaponry skills who comes to the aid of a woman trapped in the vice-like grip of Russian gangsters.

Film Review: Into the Storm

Film Review: Into the Storm

As the township of Silverton gathers for a special occasion, a colossal storm hits, and hell breaks loose in this campy but fun action thriller.

Film Review: Predestination

Film Review: Predestination

A Temporal Agent travelling through time pursuing criminals discovers his target is closer than he realised when he embarks on his final assignment.

Film Review: Magic in the Moonlight

Film Review: Magic in the Moonlight

Woody Allen tells the tale of a 1920s illusionist who enjoys unmasking fake spiritualists until he meets one that makes him question if her gifts are real.

Film Review: The Maze Runner

Film Review: The Maze Runner

When Thomas wakes up trapped in a huge maze with a group of boys, he is forced to navigate the labyrinth and discover its shocking secrets.

Film Review: Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For

Film Review: Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For

Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For is a long-awaited sequel and a striking example of both film noir and girl power!

OzAsia on Screen Film Review: R100

OzAsia on Screen Film Review: R100

Nobody does bizarre quite like the Japanese, and Hitoshi Matsumoto’s latest offering is right up there in the realm of cult classics. From the opening ‘disclaimer’ right until the final post credit scene, R100 is a laugh a minute story of a furniture salesman, Takafumi Katayama, who joins an exclusive S & M club for a year of dominatrix attention which is delivered at random times and places. The catch is, he can’t quit and has to stay the full year. Sounds easy, right?

OzAsia on Screen Film Review: The Heroic Trio

OzAsia on Screen Film Review: The Heroic Trio

Three heroines, Wonder Woman, Invisible Woman and Thief Catcher Chat must do battle against the forces of evil and each other when babies begin to go missing.

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