Both intimate and epic, realistic and stylized, The Daughter is the shattering Australian masterpiece we’ve been waiting for.
Tim Burton’s BIG EYES, his first Depp-less film in years, is a well-intentioned but ineffectual jaunt starring Amy Adams as artist Margaret Keane.
This quaint Aussie kids film may have chosen the worst ‘sport’ to take to the big screen but its impeccable cast keeps it endearing and enjoyable.
Christopher Nolan’s obsession with bringing his ambitious space epic down to earth ends up damaging it beyond forgiveness.
With a script, characters and half-baked philosophy that go absolutely nowhere, These Final Hours is a complete misfire of a project that took its unusually strong publicity for an Australian film from more deserving candidates.
This cross section of Nick Cave’s life in both this world and his own is an utterly mesmerizing meditation on creation and memory.
This inconsistent and underdone documentary never stops to make sure that its craftsmanship is on par with the genuinely interesting and admirable work of its subjects.
Whilst not doing anything particularly new within the genre, Jennifer Kent’s film is both viscerally frightening and psychologically unnerving, a serious horror flick that never think it’s too good to drop a tried and tested haunted house trope.
Another disappointing superhero outing sees Sony make even more of a mess of its world-building than Marvel.