Marvel’s The Defenders – the small screen version of the Avengers – has a powerful pedigree. SHIAMAK UNWALLA reviews a Netflix series that has some great elements, and some that are a bit disappointing.
Tragedy Girls plays like a romantic high school female friendship between two teenagers who happen to be social media savvy sociopaths. RINA TSE finds a perfect blend of horror and comedy.
Trapped is a survival drama that clearly draws inspiration from Tom Hanks’ Castaway, with a bit of James Franco’s 127 Hours thrown in for good measure. SHIAMAK UNWALLA went to Melbourne’s Indian Film Festival
Atomic Blonde is pretty sluggish for a film with so much action, writes DANIEL TAN
The follow-up to Al Gore’s award-winning 2006 documentary An Inconvenient Truth is on release in Australia, and this time it’s a call for action. JASMINE SHEPARD reviews the highly anticipated film.
Prepare to be immersed in a film that brilliantly portrays the harrowing realities of war. Review by ANDREW MANGELSDORF
Director Rakashi Miike’s 100th film is a flawed but largely enjoyable manga-to-film adaptation of the series Blade of the Immortal. DAMIEN NGUYEN saw the film at MIFF
It’s a great soundtrack, but Baby Driver lacks punch in other areas. CONOR ROSS reports.
It’s good, but is it Bridesmaids good? MATILDA BOSELEY reviews the female-led comedy Rough Night
The stage production of 1984 has a power even greater than the original book. CONOR ROSS reviews a play with a lot to say about modern society.