Category archives for: Film Reviews

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.

Film Review: Magic Mike XXL

Film Review: Magic Mike XXL

Having left his life as a stripper behind, Mike decides to reunite his band of strip-pals to win the main prize at a stripper convention, but loyalties are tested along the way.

Film Review: Terminator: Genisys

Film Review: Terminator: Genisys

In this 5th instalment, John Connor sends his best mate Kyle back in time to protect his mother Sarah, only to find a Terminator is already helping her.

Blu-Ray/DVD Review: Persecuted

Blu-Ray/DVD Review: Persecuted

A popular televangelist who refuses to support a Senator’s religious bill is framed for murder and forced to go on the run in order to clear his name.

Blu-Ray/DVD Review: Trash

Blu-Ray/DVD Review: Trash

An exciting adult thriller about three Brazilian teenagers who discover a wallet full of cash and get caught up in a web of corruption and bribery.

Film Review: Ted 2

Film Review: Ted 2

Ted is back with his Boston accent, sharp wit, plush charm, a wife and his forever-‘thunder buddy’ as he fights for his right to be recognised as a person.

Blu-ray/DVD Review: Out of the Dark

Blu-ray/DVD Review: Out of the Dark

A family move into a South American mansion only to find to group of disfigured children haunt their dreams, trapping them in a sinister embrace.

DVD Review: Rosewater

DVD Review: Rosewater

The true story of Maziar Bahari, a Newsweek journalist arrested in Iran for being a spy after witnessing the political upheaval that followed the 2009 elections.

Film Review: Love And Mercy

Film Review: Love And Mercy

A bio-pic on the life of Brian Wilson from The Beach Boys, from the development and recording of Pet Sounds in the 60s to meeting his 2nd wife Melinda Ledbetter

Film Review: Inside Out

Film Review: Inside Out

Riley is a normal, happy 11 year old girl whose positive emotions accidentally get locked out of her brain’s control room just when she needs them most!

Film Review: Minions

Film Review: Minions

Evil’s greatest helpers, the Minions, are back in their very own feature film, a prequel to ‘Despicable Me’ taking us from prehistoric times to 1960s London.

DVD Review: Elsa and Fred

DVD Review: Elsa and Fred

Elsa and Fred is a decent entry in the rom-com genre of a recently widowed man who meets his new neighbour and romance blossoms despite being complete opposites.

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