Wednesday, February 21, 2018

On The Screen Reviews

OT Movie Review: Molly’s Game

Molly Bloom has nothing to do with the James Joyce character, but more to do with the convicted criminal who once ran a red hot poker game, but is no less colourful. This Molly...

On The Town Movie Review: Mary and the Witch’s Flower

We start in FIRE – flames burn bright – and we are met with a girl of fire-red hair… Harsh flames surround a girl in the midst of a daring and dangerous, adventurous escape… And the...

OTT Movie Review: Just To Be Sure

Premiering at the 2017 Cannes International Film Festival, writer/director Carine Tardieu’s new movie Just To Be Sure is a tale of familial and romantic love, dreams, hopes, secrets and lies. When lonely 45-year-old widower and...

On The Town Movie Review: Stitching Palestine

The Palestinian Film Festival Australia 2017 The Palestinian Film Festival Australia is a chance to celebrate Palestinian life and culture through film, art and creativity. Palestine, hanging on by a thread, is a nation of...

On The Town Movie Review: Faces Places

Faces Places A documentary by Agnés Varda and JR Palace Cinema, Paddington. Love is the last saving grace of humanity. The storyteller’s art, documentary, allows us to tell stories of others as well as our...

Movie Review: Loving Vincent

I like films made about artists. It's as if the director takes their vision and ensures every frame is framed like art. To make a film about the earless one, Vincent Van Gogh, directors...

OTT Movie Reviews: Maudie

I've noticed how more movies are being made about real people, the unsung heroes and artists are the more fascinating. This little known American folk painter's life attracted funding from Irish and Canadian funding...

Movie Review: Madame

What a tiptop cast writer-director Amanda Sthers has assembled for this French comedy. Ana (Toni Collette), the Madame of the house, is Harry's (Harvey Kietel's) second wife and they're hosting an important dinner party....

OTT Movie Reviews: Ghost Story

Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara have just bought a nice house. It's a two-bedroom bungalow with charm, warmth and a resident ghost, but it needs some work. Casey has a car accident and dies....

OTT Movie Review: Hotel Coolgardie

If, as Paul Keating once said, Australia is the "arse-end of the world", its sphincter would be Coolgardie. It's a mining town just west of Kalgoorlie, WA and the middle of nowhere. The local pub,...

Latest

Theatre Now Syd Review: The View Upstairs

THE VIEW UPSTAIRS, Book, Lyrics and Music by Max Vernon, presented by Invisible Wall Productions and Sugary Rum Productions, in association with Hayes Theatre...

OTT Movie Review: Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool

And neither did John Lennon... although it’s where this oddly-titled film is set. It’s odd, as it suggests a romantic comedy, but this movie...

Theatre Now Perth Review: 6056

Winner of Best Comedy Fringe World 2017, Cameron McLaren returns this Fringe with 6056, a one hour comedy show, about growing up in, and...

Muriel’s Wedding The Musical Sydney Season Tickets On Sale 9am Wednesday 21 February

Media Release Following a sold-out season at Roslyn Packer Theatre, Carmen Pavlovic, Global Creatures CEO is thrilled to announce that tickets to Muriel’s Wedding The Musical return season go...

In The Heights Sydney Season Extended

Media Release With the first two weeks already sold out, award winning production company Blue Saint Productions has announced an additional week of performances for...

Editor's Picks

What's Hot