The best sports movies are the ones that aren't really about sports at all. Moneyball wasn't inherently a baseball film, nor was King Richard truly about tennis. Rocky was more than just a boxing flick and Remember the Titans was never just about gridiron. Rather, these films succeeded by finding fascinating character-driven stories that just so happen to take place within the world of sport. Such is the case with the wildly entertaining Air; a film about basketball shoes that isn't really about basketball or shoes. In a roaring return to...

In recent years, it's been beyond pleasing to see queer cinema finally move away from the exhaustingly tiresome "Bury Your Gays" trope. Films like Bros, Fire Island, Happiest Season, and The Prom have proven gay love stories no longer need to drown in misery or have someone tragically die to make an impact. What a concept, huh? But a new sub-genre has emerged centred on the painfully familiar concept of "queer yearning" seen in films like Call Me by Your Name, Moonlight, and Carol. Australia adds its own inclusion to this emerging cinematic category with...

Full disclosure; I know absolutely nothing about the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game. I've picked up bits and pieces here and there from TV shows like Strangers Things and The Big Bang Theory. I appreciate its staggeringly enduring popularity for almost 50 years now. And I always admire the passion of a loyal fanbase. But Hollywood attempted a big-screen DnD adaptation 23 years ago. It was a spectacular failure. The thought of a reboot wasn't exactly filling me with joy, but, lord, was I wrong. Standing as the first big surprise of...

With another spectacular line-up of nominees, picking the winners for this year's The Jam Awards has been a typically difficult task. Alas, decisions must be made, and, after much deliberation, the winners have been decided. So without further ado, let The 9th Annual Jam Awards commence! Best Music Moment And the nominees were: "Under Pressure" in Aftersun "Voodoo Mama" in Babylon Michael Giacchino's score in The Batman "Unchained Melody" in Elvis "Revolting Children" in Roald Dahl's Matilda the Musical "Naatu Naatu" in RRR And the winner is...

Those Radio Silence boys have done it again. After breathing new life into the seemingly deceased corpse of Ghostface with 2022's surprisingly great "requel" Scream, directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillet have delivered an equally satisfying and tantalisingly terrifying sequel. With a fresh new location, a bigger body count, immensely tense set pieces, and more brutal death scenes, Scream VI is deliriously entertaining stuff. You never expect the sixth film in a franchise to be one of its best. And, yet, here we are. Picking up 12 months after siblings Sam...

Now in its ninth year, The Jam Awards are back to celebrate the best of cinema in 2022. Without further ado, here are the nominations for The 9th Annual Jam Awards! The winners of The 9th Annual Jam Awards will be announced on Friday, March 10 at 3:00pm AEDT. Who will take out this year's awards? Stay tuned! Best Film And the nominees are: All Quiet on the Western Front Producer: Malte Grunert The Banshees of Inisherin Producers: Graham Broadbent, Pete Czernin, and Martin McDonagh Everything Everywhere All at Once Producers: Daniel Kwan, Daniel Scheinert, and Jonathan Wang The...

For the first time in Australia, you can catch this year's Academy Award nominees for Best Animated Short Film and Best Live Action Short Film on the big screen at select cinemas. For full location details and screening dates, click here. Here are my reviews of this year's brilliant contenders. BEST ANIMATED SHORT FILM The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse In a mere 32 minutes, The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse manages to achieve something often only found in feature-length animated films; it will make you...

When you've been watching movies as long as I have, you start to think you've seen it all. But then a film comes along featuring a 500 lb American black bear snorting cocaine off a dead man's severed leg and you realise cinema still has the power to shock you in the best way possible. That's just the tip of the outrageous iceberg in Elizabeth Banks' tremendously entertaining and sublimely ridiculous romp Cocaine Bear; a film that knows precisely what it is and gleefully serves up 95 minutes...

Kudos to Marvel Studios for sticking by its heroes. When the MCU began over a decade ago, no one ever really expected the tiny titular hero Ant-Man would be given his own stand-alone film, let alone two of them. With Captain America and Iron Man now fading further in the distance and the first two Ant-Man movies earning a combined total of $1 billion at the worldwide box office, we've arrived at the third outing of nobody's favourite Avenger. While there's a kooky, psychedelic feel to Ant-Man and the Wasp:...

Another year of cinema comes to a close. It was the year that life started to seem relatively normal again. No lockdowns, cinema closures, or release date delays. Film festivals were held in-person for the first time in two years. Blockbusters started making hundreds of millions of dollars again. Three of them cracked a billion bucks. Inexplicably one of them was Jurassic World: Dominion; a film I haven't heard a soul mention since it was released in June. Until I looked back on the yearly box office numbers,...

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