“There’s never been a better time to be a Star Wars fan. Not only are we getting new films in the franchise without a Jar Jar Binks in sight, the movies are being made by directors who love the series as much as we do.” James Ross reviews Rogue One.
Scientology is like the North Korea of religious organisations. No-one really knows how they operate, but the more we learn, the more we realise that it’s bat-shit crazy.
Kubo and the Two Strings is more than just another spunky kids film. It’s a visually stunning, brilliantly written exercise in the art of storytelling, and probably the best animated film James Ross has seen in years.
Ciro Guerra’s ‘Embrace Of The Serpent’ is an Amazonian ‘Heart of Darkness’: pitting the knowledge systems of the Western world up against those of the tribal people of the Amazon.
Female power, odd ducks and the challenge of mutual understanding: now that the final flick has screened, we look at the winners and losers from the Sydney Film Festival 2016.
Sam Clark and his wife watched ‘In The Heart Of The Sea’ on their anniversary, because it had Thor in it and the poster made it look like he would fight a huge whale with a spear. Marriage is about compromise…