Category archives for: Film Reviews

Blu-ray/DVD Review: Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2

Blu-ray/DVD Review: Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2

Six years after the events of the first film, Paul Blart is invited to Las Vegas for a Mall Security Police conference where a heist puts him to the test again.

Film Review: Iris (2015)

Film Review: Iris (2015)

93 year old Iris Apfel dresses flamboyantly but really knows how to put an outfit together in this documentary of one of New York’s most endearing fashionista.

DVD Review: Effie Gray

DVD Review: Effie Gray

This true story is a period drama of 19 year old Effie Gray who was one of the first women in history to divorce after marrying an older, neglectful artist.

Blu-Ray/DVD Review: Boychoir

Blu-Ray/DVD Review: Boychoir

A underdog, coming of age story of young Stet who comes from the wrong side of the tracks to become the lead boy soprano in The American Boychoir.

Film Review: Southpaw

Film Review: Southpaw

When a World Light Heavyweight champion loses his wife, his life crumbles until his daughter is taken away from him and he resolves to turn things around.

Film Review: The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

Film Review: The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

With the Cold War at fever pitch, an unlikely alliance is formed between Russia and America to stop a criminal organisation with nuclear and hi-tech weapons.

DVD Review: Welcome To Me

DVD Review: Welcome To Me

A woman with Borderline Personality Disorder wins the lottery then decides to go off her medication and fund her own television talk show with no limits.

Blu-ray/DVD Review: Kidnapping Mr Heineken

Blu-ray/DVD Review: Kidnapping Mr Heineken

Set in Amsterdam in 1983, this is the true story of 5 friends who set out to kidnap Heineken Beer owner Freddy Heineken and hold him to ransom.

Film Review: Fantastic Four

Film Review: Fantastic Four

Gifted scientist Reed Richards and his crew unwittingly travel to an alternate universe where they inherit strange powers which they use to fight evil.

Film Review: Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation

Film Review: Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation

The CIA disavows the IMF and brands Ethan an international terrorist as they attempt to hunt down the shadowy terrorist group known only as ‘The Syndicate’.

Film Review: Mr. Holmes

Film Review: Mr. Holmes

Aged 93 & beginning to lose his memory, retired Sherlock Holmes endeavours to piece together his version of a story that Watson publishes about their last case.

Film Review: Trainwreck

Film Review: Trainwreck

Amy lives a life of one night stands, partying, excessive drinking, and casual drug use until she develops feelings for a man that she doesn’t quite understand.

Scandinavian Film Festival Review: Raspberry Boat Refugee

Scandinavian Film Festival Review: Raspberry Boat Refugee

A Finnish man who is Sweden’s biggest fan-boy with strong childhood memories, get the opportunity to switch identities with a suicidal Swedish psychiatrist.

Scandinavian Film Festival Review: They Have Escaped (He Ovat Paenneet)

Scandinavian Film Festival Review: They Have Escaped (He Ovat Paenneet)

A stuttering, shy army drop-out is sent to work at a home for troubled children where he meets and runs away with a troubled seventeen year old girl.

DVD Review: About Alex

DVD Review: About Alex

For a 30-something group of college friends, the attempted suicide of their friend Alex brings them together after seven years of distance.

Scandinavian Film Festival Review: Paris Of The North (París Nordursins)

Scandinavian Film Festival Review: Paris Of The North  (París Nordursins)

A teacher escapes to a remote fishing village in Iceland for the summer to live out his comfortable spiral of exercise, alcoholicism and Portugese lessons.

Scandinavian Film Festival Review: Silent Heart (Stille Hjerte)

Scandinavian Film Festival Review: Silent Heart (Stille Hjerte)

A superb Danish drama about the acceptance of death when family & friends are brought together for what turns into a bittersweet weekend for all.

Scandinavian Film Festival: A Patriotic Man

Scandinavian Film Festival: A Patriotic Man

The true story of a down-on-his-luck man who faces the moral dilemma of using his blood for doping when it becomes a secret weapon for the Finnish ski team.

Film Review: Ruben Guthrie

Film Review: Ruben Guthrie

Aussies love a drink, don’t they? BBQs, client functions, or with lovers, parents and friends. Australia was built on the back of its pub-going, bond-over-a-beer culture. But are we too reliant on booze as a social lubricant, and who are we as individuals without it?

Film Review: Ant-Man

Film Review: Ant-Man

Marvel’s latest superhero origin story tells of a reformed thief chosen to safeguard secret Ant-Man technology which allows the user to decrease to ant size.

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