Surprisingly, The Angry Birds Movie lands for both children and adults, an amusing (if extremely light) film about acceptance, community and slingshots.
The promising start of Xavier Giannoli’s latest film MARGUERITE is let down by inadequate evolution of its characters and themes, despite the charisma of Catherine Frot’s lead performance.
Although not without its own issues, Alexandra-Therese Keining’s latest is an intriguing exploration of identity.
THE DRESSMAKER is a fascinating and surprisingly experimental film, retaining the penetrability and broad appeal lacking in many films of the same style.
Riccardo Milani’s DO YOU SEE ME is an effective comedy tackling gender issues in the workplace, its success resting on the shoulders of its charming lead performance.
Catherine Hardwicke’s latest rises above typical Hollywood cancer dramas through a moving performance from Toni Collette and a refreshing look at sexuality in times of illness.
Focusing on a centre for those with special needs in the lead-up to a dance, Alexandra Shiva’s latest documentary is a disappointingly shallow look at people living with high-functioning autism.
Saverio Costanzo’s latest film is an underwhelming exploration of a relationship between two people with divergent personalities.
TRAINWRECK is exactly what its name purports to be – a trainwreck. It’s predictable, not funny, and blatantly offensive in parts, writes Isobel Yeap.
Hella Joof’s ALL INCLUSIVE is an enjoyable, if light, romantic comedy that shines in its positive portrayal of female sexuality.