- Advertisement -
Home Tags Movie review

Tag: Movie review

The 24th Review: Worst of US culture is brought to life

The historical drama, The 24th is the rare production of its kind that plays out like a horror film. The story succeeds best in...

Bill and Ted Review: Middle age no barrier to dudes

Remember Bill & Ted? Way back in 1989, they had an Excellent Adventure while two years later they experienced a Bogus Journey. Nearly three decades...

The Secret Garden review: Reimagined classic is a win

The Secret Garden (STX) is the fourth film adaptation of the beloved 1911 children’s novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849-1924). It joins such recent films...

Boys State: Glimpse of a bigger picture

Thanks to Spencer Tracy and Mickey Rooney, many know about Boys Town. But Boys State (A24/Apple)? That’s the name of an annual week-long gathering, sponsored...

Ted Lasso Review: Nil-all draw for soccer comedy

Oscar Wilde is generally credited with the famous observation that Britain and America are two nations divided by a common language. That fact is amusingly...

Fátima Review: Compelling drama shines as bright as the sun

The 20th century was a dark period in history plagued by war, ravaged by revolution and marked by a growing rejection of God and...

Radioactive Review: The mother of the atom

The key to any good film biography of a scientist is found in the montages that show the discovery or invention that gained the...

The Grizzlies Review: Hope-filled teacher brought light into dark

Director Miranda de Pencier’s drama The Grizzlies (Northwood Entertainment) tells the inspiring true story of a town that suffered the highest suicide rate in...

Greyhound Review: The seas, the stalking and the wolf pack

The novels of British author C.S. Forrester (1899-1966) have proved a rich resource for Hollywood. In 1951, for example, Gregory Peck took the title role...

The Outpost review: Drama does a good job of telling war...

With a commendable sensitivity to both the inanities and the unrelenting raw horror of combat and careful attention to the emotional lives and steadfast...
- Advertisement -

FEATURES

Peak health group rejects dying bill

Catholic providers in Tasmania will resist proposed law Catholic Health Australia has strongly rejected Tasmania's proposed euthanasia legislation and says its members in the state...

MOST POPULAR