Featured, Reviews / 17.05.2024

Given nine years have passed since Mad Max: Fury Road blasted its way into cinemas, you might have forgotten what a staggering breath of fresh air this masterpiece of action cinema truly was. Perhaps it helped that expectations were undeniably low for a sequel to George Miller's seemingly dead Mad Max trilogy no one was really asking for. Six (yes, six!) Oscars and a worldwide box office of $380 million silenced anyone who had scoffed at the need for a return to the Wasteland. Rather than deliver another sequel (though,...

Reviews / 05.04.2023

Given the unwavering popularity of the Super Mario brand since its humble beginnings in 1985, it's rather staggering it's taken almost four decades for a big-screen animated adaptation. Then again, Nintendo likely suffered from PTSD after the disastrous 1993 live-action incarnation. They've rightly protected their baby for long enough and have now finally handed the reins (and the rights) over to those Minions-loving magicians at Illumination. The resulting The Super Mario Bros. Movie is a candy-coloured delight that will surely satisfy even the most ardent of Mario fans. While its...

Awards Season, Reviews / 14.09.2022

We've all experienced eating a meal across from an insufferable "foodie" at some point in recent times. You know the type. The ones who use words like "fusion," "umami," and "artisanal" to sound uber-knowledgable in the world of fine dining. They're as quick to pull out their phone and snap an Insta-worthy pic of the dish in front of them as they are to praise a chef for their bold use of bizarre ingredients once more likely to be found on the back of a dog food packet....

Reviews / 05.02.2020

Just one month after Greta Gerwig proved the absolute necessity of yet another film adaptation of Little Women, photographer-turned-director Autumn de Wilde makes her impressive feature film debut with the equally-daunting task of adapting Jane Austen's beloved classic Emma, which has also seen its fair share of film and television adaptations over the years. It may only feel like yesterday for many of us, but it was almost 25 years ago (!) Gwyneth Paltrow tackled the role of self-assured but misguided matchmaker Emma Woodhouse. And it was way back...

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