Category archives for: Film Reviews

OzAsia on Screen Film Review: Why Don’t You Play in Hell?

OzAsia on Screen Film Review: Why Don’t You Play in Hell?

An eager young film crew become embroiled in a deadly feud between rival gangs in a series of bizarre incidents that blend action and humour.

OzAsia on Screen Film Review: Omar

OzAsia on Screen Film Review: Omar

In the heart of the West Bank, a Palestinian freedom fighter is in love with an Israeli girl but the death of an Israeli soldier sets off a chain of tragic events.

AICE Israeli Film Festival Review: Self Made (Boreg)

AICE Israeli Film Festival Review: Self Made (Boreg)

An absurdist comedy about two women, both with a screw loose, who find salvation in each other’s lives after a missing screw sets a bizarre chain of events in motion.

Film Review: And So It Goes

Film Review: And So It Goes

An egotistical real estate agent finds his life changed when he’s unexpectedly left in charge of his 9 year old granddaughter.

Film Review: The Expendables 3

Film Review: The Expendables 3

Barney Ross leads his group of mercenaries to free one of their former comrades and confront a deadly enemy with a savage grudge against them.

Film Review: Snowpiercer

Film Review: Snowpiercer

When a global-warming experiment nearly wipes out all life on earth, its the few remaining inhabitants struggle to survive aboard a train called Snowpiercer.

Film Review: A Most Wanted Man

Film Review: A Most Wanted Man

Based on John Le Carre’s novel, this film successfully spins the web of intrigue with engaging look at how spying is still very much a part of today’s world.

Film Review: Monty Python Live (Mostly)

Film Review: Monty Python Live (Mostly)

A film of the Monty Python reunion event, using a mixture of live performance and archival footage that attempts to recapture what made this team so memorable.

Film Review: The Hundred-Foot Journey

Film Review: The Hundred-Foot Journey

Exploring how food binds cultures, The Hundred-Foot Journey is a fine cinematic delicacy based on a novel by Richard C. Morais.

Film Review: Guardians of the Galaxy

Film Review: Guardians of the Galaxy

Space pilot Peter Quill steals a powerful Orb and engages a bunch of shady characters to protect it by any foul means possible.

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