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Film Review: Wonder Woman

The DC Comics creation that is Wonder Woman, as played by Gal Gadot, briefly appeared in last year’s fairly detestable Batman V Superman, adding to the chaos bu…

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Film Review: 20th Century Women

Writer/director Mike Mills’ award-winning Beginners was a mostly factual study of his late father, and 20th Century Women, his third feature, is all about his m…

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Film Review: Neruda

Chilean director Pablo Larrain’s biopic-of-sorts chronicles a key period in the life of poet, diplomat and politician Pablo Neruda.…

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Film Review: The Sense of an Ending

The great Jim Broadbent has an unusual star role in The Sense of an Ending, a very English filming of Julian Barnes’ 2011 novel as directed by Ritesh Batra.…

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Film Review: John Wick: Chapter 2

Stuntman-turned-director Chad Stahelski, screenwriter Derek Kolstad and star Keanu Reeves return for this sequel to the first John Wick three years ago. The res…

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Film Review: Don’t Tell

Don’t Tell is the first feature from TV-intensive director Tori Garrett and sometimes feels a little cautious and earnest, but how could it not be, given …

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Living in the Age of Consequences

Filmmaker Jared P Scott tells The Adelaide Review why he is compelled to make films about climate change, which includes his latest The Age of Consequences that…

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Film Review: Whiteley

Brett Whiteley (1939 – 1992), a towering figure in the easily-shocked-and-scandalised Australian arts scene, is brought to life in this tremendous documen…

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