Movies

Wed 21 Aug 2019

More than a film about football

premium_icon More than a film about football

STAN Grant on the wider conversation about racism in his new documentary The Australian Dream.

Tue 20 Aug 2019

Disney+ reveals Aus launch, pricing

Disney+ reveals Aus launch, pricing

Australia will be one of the first countries in the world to have access to Disney’s highly anticipated streaming service.

Mon 19 Aug 2019

MOVIE REVIEW: Netflix's new fluffy feel-good comedy-drama

premium_icon MOVIE REVIEW: Netflix's new fluffy feel-good comedy-drama

Though Otherhood can sometimes feel like a failed pilot for a TV series, its trio of female stars prevents the feel-good comedy-drama from going off the rails.

MOVIE REVIEW: A Dog’s Journey is off-the-leash emotional

premium_icon MOVIE REVIEW: A Dog’s Journey is off-the-leash emotional

If repeated sightings of canines carking it are sure to play on your emotional state, you’d better bring the biggest box of tissues you can get your paws on.

Fri 16 Aug 2019

Why Cameron Diaz disappeared

Why Cameron Diaz disappeared

Cameron Diaz was one of the biggest stars of the 2000s starring in Shrek and Charlie’s Angels, but she hasn’t acted since 2014 — here’s why.

Wed 14 Aug 2019

A Dog's Journey follows in paw prints of first movie

premium_icon A Dog's Journey follows in paw prints of first movie

Actress Kathryn Prescott tells of being on set with animals, a K-pop star and Dennis Quaid.

Star-studded Little Women drops first trailer

Star-studded Little Women drops first trailer

With a cast that includes Emma Watson, Saoirse Ronan, Timothee Chalamet and Meryl Streep, we’re very excited about Little Women.

Tue 13 Aug 2019

‘If we don’t listen, who will?’

premium_icon ‘If we don’t listen, who will?’

Our elderly are facing a housing crisis. This week Ann Wason Moore asks the question: “If we don’t listen, who will?”

Mon 12 Aug 2019

MOVIE REVIEW: Fabulously flawed love letter to old Hollywood

MOVIE REVIEW: Fabulously flawed love letter to old Hollywood

A Tarantino movie without fetishised violence? That was never going to happen, but the director shows surprising subtlety in this piece of cinematic nostalgia

MOVIE REVIEW: Old-fashioned tale of courage and mateship

MOVIE REVIEW: Old-fashioned tale of courage and mateship

This solid war movie reduces the most recognised Australian battle of the divisive war to its bare essentials.

‘Let this be real’: Lion King gets ‘remade’

‘Let this be real’: Lion King gets ‘remade’

Its photorealistic CGI polarised critics, but now two artists have offered a ‘fix’ — and fans are begging for it to be real.

Sat 10 Aug 2019

Art imitates life in Mindy Kaling's latest project

premium_icon Art imitates life in Mindy Kaling's latest project

Late Night director says story mirrors comedian's life before she made it big, and tells how they both hope to break down remaining barriers in the TV industry.

Thu 8 Aug 2019

The horror film so haunting it needs a health warning

premium_icon The horror film so haunting it needs a health warning

Midsommar is a deadset one-of-a-kind horror movie, taking a very slow, very scenic and incongruously sunny route to a terrifying final destination.

Tue 6 Aug 2019

MOVIE REVIEW: Location overpowers drama on insular peninsula

MOVIE REVIEW: Location overpowers drama on insular peninsula

The drama never lives up to its stunning location in this unrelatable subtropical version of The Big Chill.

Mon 5 Aug 2019

MOVIE REVIEW: Double act hits stride with show of diversity

MOVIE REVIEW: Double act hits stride with show of diversity

Playing a novice show writer and alpha female talk show host respectively, Mindy Kaling and Emma Thompson produce an engaging comedy in Late Night

Sat 3 Aug 2019

Palm Beach serves up message on messy realities of life

premium_icon Palm Beach serves up message on messy realities of life

Stars align for husband-and-wife duo Rachel Ward and Bryan Brown to create Aussie film heavy on drama and lavish lifestyles.

Thu 1 Aug 2019

MOVIE REVIEW: Furious movie is over-the-top ridiculous

MOVIE REVIEW: Furious movie is over-the-top ridiculous

If you think a Fast & Furious movie is going to be anything other than a logic and gravity-defying spectacle, then where have you been?

Wed 31 Jul 2019

Hugging The Rock ‘like hugging a tree’

premium_icon Hugging The Rock ‘like hugging a tree’

Hobbs & Shaw star Cliff Curtis on hugging his co-star Dwayne Johnson and why Avatar can win back the box office crown

MOVIE REVIEW: The Public an old-fashioned crowd-pleaser

MOVIE REVIEW: The Public an old-fashioned crowd-pleaser

More than 30 years after he made The Breakfast Club, Emilio Estevez once again finds himself detained in a library.

‘Oh my god’: The Rock’s on set horror

‘Oh my god’: The Rock’s on set horror

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is the biggest movie star on the planet, but he was left speechless by this unimaginable on set blunder.

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