TOBY WOOLLASTON looks to the magic of cinema to shed some light on the murky waters of gender and sexuality.
SHELLEY SWEENEY goes through a box of tissues watching the remarkable true-life story of painter Maud Lewis.
A film that’s original, unconventional and quite sublime, A Ghost Story did it big-time for TOBY WOOLLASTON
It was a siege that forever changed the way governments dealt with terrorist situations, and now it’s a film reviewed by SHELLEY SWEENEY.
McLaren is anything but just another film about a car-racing driver, writes ANDREW JOHNSTONE
Cinema attendance is at an all-time low, and PAT PILCHER reckons he knows why.
Michael Keaton plays a bad guy well in this true-to-life story of how the McDonald’s fast food franchise was built, writes ANDREW JOHNSTONE.
Easy Rider, Head, Five Easy Pieces… Gary Steel has been mulling about an extraordinary time for the motion picture.
Drive may just be motion picture of the year for an otherwise cinematically impoverished Gary Steel
Gary Steel sees the true face of Peter Farrelly, the man who brought sick gags and gagging to the mainstream in movies like Something About Mary and Dumb & Dumber
Gary Steel has a bit of the old social intercourse with The Punisher. Well, Tom Jane, who plays the Punisher.
Gary Steel interviews Rose Byrne about the very silly cinematic folly, Troy