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.
In a jarring homage to Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo, Phoenix,Glen Falkenstein finds that like so many of the great director’s thrillers, Phoenix is all about the ending.
SFF’s The Smell of Us, although slightly chaotic, had Glen Falkenstein leaving the cinema feeling it might be the most confronting film you will see at this year’s festival.
New Zealand doubling as 19th century Colorado? Yes, and done brilliantly and humorously, in Michael Fassbender’s latest film, Slow West.
Having seen Far from the Madding Crowd at this year’s SFF, Glen Falkenstein concludes that sometimes, casting just works.
They’ve finally made an Entourage movie and Glen Falkenstein couldn’t be happier, but does the movie live up to the legacy left by the TV series?
Glen Falkenstein reviews the latest big, dumb disaster flick San Andreas – if you like seeing the world getting wrecked, this film is for you.
While many Australian films have candidly framed social issues for all the world to see, few are likely to pack as much of a punch as Touch, writes Josh Sampson.
Don’t let the “based-on-a-true-story” label scare you off, Glen Falkenstein found Woman in Gold to be a touching drama about two very different people with a common past.
Glen Falkenstein’s review of the latest entry into George Miller’s universe of Mad Max in the recently released Mad Max: Fury Road.
This year marks the 200th anniversary of Waterloo (no, not the ABBA song) and Glen Falkenstein says it’s the right time to make Stanley Kubrick’s Napoleon movie.
In his review of Avengers: Age of Ultron, Glen Falkenstein finds equal measures of “The Good, Bad and Ugly”, but overall finds it a whimsical, technically-accomplished, deeply-flawed enthralling beast.
Focus tries to lift a lot of its game from con-artist cinematic classics like Ocean’s Eleven and The Sting…unfortunately, it still couldn’t convince Glen Falkenstein that it was a decent film.
TBS is excited to introduce our readers (many of whom are budding filmmakers) to HP Future Filmmakers short film competition. #HPTagit
With the the 2015 Spanish Film Festival about to kick off, Editor PB sipped a tumbler or two of red and nibbled tasty tapas before enjoying a screening of the closing night film Wild Tales.