Awards Season, Opinion / 06.02.2020

With a spectacular line-up of nominees, picking the winners for The Sixth Annual Jammies has been an arduous task. The temptation to take the easy path with a tie in several categories was mighty high, but you won't find any draws here. Awards need winners and painful decisions must be made. So without further ado, let the 6th Annual Jammies commence! Biggest Surprise And the nominees were: Crawl Dora and the Lost City of Gold Fighting With My Family Hustlers The Peanut Butter Falcon Ready or Not And the winner is...

Awards Season / 04.02.2020

What a year 2019 was for cinema. And what a cracking awards season we've been having. Anyone voting this year is truly spoiled for choice across practically every category, which has naturally led to some painful omissions. As such, we head into the sixth year of the Jammies with plenty of difficult decisions to be made. This year, we're doing things a little differently. First up, you'll be presented the final six nominations for all categories with the winners being announced a few days later. And, given it's the...

Awards Season, Opinion, Reviews / 03.01.2020

Oh, what a year in cinema we had. While the world continued to burn (quite literally in Australia), we film buffs seeking escapism were blessed with a terrific plethora of movies to make us laugh, make us cry, make us wince in terror, make us cheer with delight, and, most importantly, make us feel. From spectacular blockbusters to independent wonders and everything else in between, it's been a magnificent 12 months of movie watching. But it hasn't been all smooth sailing. From Scorsese "criticising" Marvel films as not being...

Uncategorized / 10.09.2019

With so many films and so little time, the need for capsule reviews become a necessity for us film critics to survive a film festival. As such, here are a handful of films The Jam Report was lucky to catch at the Toronto International Film Festival. Hala American cinema rarely touches on the lives of the roughly 3.5 million Muslims who call the United States home. While the days of Muslims only appearing on-screen as damaging stereotypes are thankfully behind us, there is still a glaring lack of films that...