As he crawls ever closer to his maiden Oscar, Glen Falkenstein feels Leo DiCaprio’s vehicle, The Revenant, has been vastly miscast.
Looking for a Saturday Night movie that isn’t Star Wars? Filmophile Glen Falkenstein has two reviewed two old tales re-imagined to great effect.
Maria Tedeschi watched the tragically muted Amy Winehouse speak again in the documentary Amy and while Winehouse remains enigmatic, her talent lives on.
We sent Glen Falkenstein to chart the nervous pulse that ran underneath the world premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Glen Falkenstein witnessed the finale of the colossal Hunger Games juggernaut and found it a fitting finale…albeit with some issues.
Glen Falkenstein enters the steamy kitchen of Bradley Cooper’s Burnt, only to find the dish has gone off the boil.
Film theorist/fanboy Maciej Radny eulogises on a victim of the Hollywood machine: the relevance and the beauty of the movie poster.
Glen Falkenstein visits the well-trodden streets of Boston, this time driven by Johnny Depp’s latest vehicle Black Mass.
Glen Falkenstein reviews The Intern, the latest DeNiro vehicle…and as far as he’s concerned, the film doesn’t get the job done.
Glen Falkenstein steps south of the border with Benicio del Toro’s latest jaunt, Sicario, and to be blunt, it was one-way Traffic.
Glen Falkenstein witnesses the continued rise of Jake Gyllenhaal’s acting chops; almost completely unrecognisable in Southpaw.
Our man Glen Falkenstein represented TBS at the SF3 film festival over the weekend and reported back with his findings from the innovative competition.
TBS film-scribe Glen Falkenstein heads out on Vacation with the Griswolds and finds the trip nostalgic, but entirely different.
We sent Glen Falkenstein to explore what MIFF had to offer, he returned to us, disappointed with the continued slip of an Oscar winner.
Glen Falkenstein reports back on Guy Richie’s return to form, and the closest thing we’ll get to a live-action Archer in The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
Glen Falkenstein enjoys the concept of Self/less, but the execution, not so much.
Our favourite cabbie, Rainer took himself and his inner-child to see Pixar’s latest production. And both were not disappointed. Me: So, what would you like to do today My inner child: I wanna go to the movies Me: Great, good day for it, what would you like to see, a documentary, a thriller or…
Upon seeing “Mr Holmes”, Glen Falkenstein describes the legendary detective’s battle against his greatest foe: a complete lack of story.
Maciej Radny ventures into Jurassic World, only to find that the film hates him…and you too.
Bianka Farmakis caught 54: The Director’s Cut at the Sydney Film Festival and saw the film the way it was meant to be – unapologetically camp instead of conservative, with a whole lot of glitter.
Glen Falkenstein delivers the latest #SFF2015 review, “Women He’s Undressed”, which covers the life and impact of Australian-born Orry-Kelly – one of Hollywood’s most influential costume designers.