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Dredd
25 Mar
2013
Written by Drew Turney

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There are probably two kinds of people when it comes to watching a second Judge Dredd movie. The first are hardcore fans of Read more…

The We and the I
25 Mar
2013
Written by Katie Crocker

The We and the I »

After a stint in Hollywood with the big budget “Green Hornet,” director Michel Gondry keeps it simple and returns to low budget fare Read more…

Trouble with the Curve
24 Mar
2013
Written by Mike Smith

Trouble with the Curve »

If you don’t count his spot-on impression of Grandpa Simpson at this past months’ Republican National Convention, it’s been four years since Clint Read more…

Savages
24 Mar
2013

Savages »

”John Carter”’s Taylor Kitsch is back to remind us that brawn doesn’t always equate to a successful box-office run, not for that matter, Read more…

Goddess
13 Mar
2013
Written by Mandy Griffiths

Goddess »

You’ve moved to Tasmania. Your husband is off saving whales. Your twin two year olds are terrors that won’t take their wings off. Read more…

Oz : The Great & Powerful
3 Mar
2013

Oz : The Great & Powerful »

Ignoring the odd, erm, pot hole, the Yellow Brick Road has never looked so gloriously eyegasmic as it has in cinema’s latest return Read more…

21 & Over
2 Mar
2013
Written by Mike Smith

21 & Over »

The first thing I did when I walked out of “21 and Over” was go double check the movie poster in the lobby. Read more…

A Good Day to Die Hard
1 Mar
2013
Written by Old Ben

A Good Day to Die Hard »

I’m perhaps amongst the rare few who was actually looking forward to seeing ‘A Good Day To Die Hard’. Also known as ‘Die Read more…

Save Your Legs!
26 Feb
2013

Save Your Legs! »

With the hit-and-miss traditions of Australian comedies, ”Save Your Legs!” could’ve been an absolute balls-up that left the industry as red as a Read more…

Snitch
22 Feb
2013
Written by Mike Smith

Snitch »

If you’ve ever flown you’ve heard the great words of advice that greet you through the airport loudspeaker: “Don’t offer to carry something Read more…

Blinder
19 Feb
2013

Blinder »

Bull Durham may disagree, but baseball, with its three strikes and you’re out rule, doesn’t add much of a frame to a perseverance Read more…

Butter
10 Dec
2012

Butter »

A “cutthroat story of greed, sex, blackmail and butter” says Jennifer Garner’s ambitious politico says in her introductory words.

Director Jim Field Smith’s Read more…

Liberal Arts
10 Dec
2012

Liberal Arts »

We mightn’t have met the mother yet, but sitcom star Josh Radnor’s not going to make us wait eight years to I.D his Read more…

Liberal Arts
10 Dec
2012

Liberal Arts »

We mightn’t have met the mother yet, but sitcom star Josh Radnor’s not going to make us wait eight years to I.D his Read more…

Rise of the Guardians
10 Dec
2012
Written by Drew Turney

Rise of the Guardians »

At first I found the idea of recasting Santa Claus as a sword-wielding Cossack ridiculous, like some screenwriter was scraping the bottom of Read more…

Vamps
8 Dec
2012

Vamps »

15 years ago, I was likely also anticipating an Alicia Silverstone reunion – only that one involved a tongue and a bedroom wall Read more…

Life of Pi
8 Dec
2012
Written by Drew Turney

Life of Pi »

Questions about how filmable Yann Martel’s smash hit novel is swirled everywhere when Fox announced they were adapting it. As soon as Ang Read more…

Step Up 4 : Miami Heat
7 Dec
2012
Written by Mandy Griffiths

Step Up 4 : Miami Heat »

Did you know the power of dance can take on a million dollar property investment? DID YOU? Well you can, that is the Read more…

The Sapphires
7 Dec
2012
Written by Mandy Griffiths

The Sapphires »

“The Sapphires” is one of the most charming films to come out of Australia in a long time. It takes the term “feel Read more…

Deadfall
2 Dec
2012

Deadfall »

The Hulk needed have gone so big in previous efforts.

Eric Bana’s made a name for himself stateside thanks to roles in Read more…

The Dark Knight Rises
1 Dec
2012
Written by Drew Turney

The Dark Knight Rises »

Is Jonathan Crane (aka The Scarecrow) in it? Is the character of Miranda Tate (Marion Cotillard) really Talia Al-Ghul? Does Bruce Wayne die Read more…

Back to 1942
30 Nov
2012
Written by Mike Smith

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In the winter of 1942 a terrible drought came over the Henan province in China. The drought, combined with a locust invasion and Read more…

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