Month: July 2013

Now You See Me Review

Now You See Me is a spectacular caper in which a group of magicians stage elaborate heists while performing on a grand stage, showering their audiences with the stolen goods. Called ‘The Four Horsemen...

Frances Ha Review

Directed by Noah Baumbach (Greenberg, The Squid and the Whale) who co-wrote the screenplay with star Greta Gerwig, Frances Ha is an aimless picture about a 27-year-old named Frances (Gerwig) who stumb...

The Wolverine (3D) Review

Whichever way you slice it, 2009’s X-Men Origins: Wolverine was a disappointment. Although competently put together and a brisk watch, it was nonetheless saddled with weak computer effects and an over...

Behind The Candelabra Review

Steven Soderbergh (Magic Mike, Ocean’s Eleven) has found a great subject for a film in Behind the Candelabra, a movie which recounts the last decade of famously flamboyant entertainer Liberace and his...

This Is The End Review

This Is the End is a perfectly enjoyable comedy from directors Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, the writing team behind such films as Superbad and Pineapple Express. Their story of a bunch of real-world ...

The Conjuring Review

So here I am, late at night, writing my review of haunted house horror flick The Conjuring. It’s dark, quiet and the dull glow of my laptop screen fills the room, yet for having just seen a ‘scary mov...

Pacific Rim (3D) Review

Given all the hoopla over Johnny Depp playing a Native American in The Lone Ranger, one wonders what would happen if Australians kicked up a fuss about the fact that there are two Australian character...

The Lone Ranger Review

Well, this is a nice surprise… although I really should have been more excited for Disney’s The Lone Ranger for a number of reasons. Firstly, it’s a film by Gore Verbinski – the director of the ...

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