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Saturday, June 25, 2016

Burying the Ex

A homage to some of the classic B-movies of yesteryear

Inherent Vice

It'll take more patience and investment than many are prepared to give

X-Men : Days of Future Past : Rogue Cut

These few minutes not only added nothing to the film but Rogue's scenes took away from the film's urgency

Infected

There's nothing new here, but there's plenty that makes the genre great and will make you squirm and jump as well.

Debug

It's a good effort but you can see some of the joins in several aspects

Lost River

There is a definite narrative here, what's less clear is what Gosling (directing from his own script) is using it to say.

Good Kill

The film has a concept, but neither it nor its unfolding are fleshed out enough.

The Death of Superman Lives

Look no further than this film for the perfect example of what the DVD and the age of behind-the-scenes awareness hath wrought. Once upon...

Far from the madding crowd

You might be tempted to dismiss this as a paperback romance novel (though it's far more chaste than many of them are nowadays) put...

A Most Violent Year

It's a very classy and stylish production, but is it an interesting story? It's about a guy who runs a heating oil business in...

Planetary

Drew reviews "Planetary", now available on VOD

Monsters : Dark Continent

Drew Turney takes a look at the very "Alien Outpost" like sequel

Cam Girlz

The film also makes you realise the camming movement is about much more than porn

Annie

Kids will likely love the jazzed-up remixes of those classic "Annie" tunes more than us

Horrible Bosses 2

The tagline says everything you need to know about this film; 'new plan, same tools'.

Wyrmwood

If you're sick of zombies on screens and vow to only give one more movie or TV show a go, make ''Wyrmwood'' it.

The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby

There's a pretty rich plot and all the performances are good, but it ends up visually indistinct when it's already narratively so

The Hundred-Foot Journey

It's not much of a surprise to learn the director behind this food porn love story is Lasse Hallström, the dewey-eyed romantic behind ''Chocolat''....

The Rise and Fall of Bitcoin

If you've ever wondered what Bitcoin is, this straightforward, no-nonsense doco is a great primer to get the basics as well as understand a...

Force Majeure

Can a split second, fight or flight decision make a family unravel? That's the conceit of this familial drama (it's been called a comedy...

The Device

Part ''X Files'' episode, part familial drama and with not quite enough sci-fi to be what it wants, ''The Device'' is a strange beast...

The Little Death

Josh Lawson does something particular in Australian films that's quite rare. He stars in (and now makes, this being his writing and directorial debut)...

This is where I leave you

I hope you take the opportunity to spend some time with the Altman family

To Be Takei

You wouldn't really expect any stories of hardship and struggle in a documentary about the life of the endlessly parodied helmsman of the starship...

Devil’s Knot

The movie itself mightn't be all cylinders firing but thankfully Reese Witherspoon and Colin Firth are excellent in this dramatization of the West Memphis...

Werewolf Rising

Why, this film continues to ask of such a misaligned genre, do so many werewolf movies suck so much? If a high school drama...

Snowpiercer

"Snowpiercer" loses a little bit moving to the small screen – the cramped confines of the titular train are a little too confined scaled...

Guardians of the Galaxy

“Guardians of the Galaxy” is a happy meal with a FREE upsize.

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Visually the film is outstanding. The apes and their world are rendered well as is the inner workings of what is left of the city of San Francisco

The Normal Heart

''The Normal Heart'' is a stunning and confronting film – based on a play of the same name – about the early days of...

NEWS

Star Trek Beyond helmer moving on to Akira?

Another scoop from Jeff Sneider at Meet the Movie Press today, who hears that Justin Lin ("Star Trek Beyond") is being courted to direct...