What’s surprising about this film is that the unbelievable becomes believable as things unfold, writes film critic Russ Matthews.
John Farnham: Finding The Voice – Movie Review
John Farnham’s documentary captures the story of an Aussie battler as he attempts to record the most successful album in Australian history.
‘Book Club: The Next Chapter’ – Resets Views on Ageing
The plot is simplistic, but there’s joy in these four characters pushing back on the idea that life gets less interesting as you get older.
‘Fast X’ Has Too Many Characters And Storylines: Movie Review
Fans will lap up this chapter in the Fast series as it brings everything and everyone back. But too many characters are underdeveloped.
Australia’s Favourite Heelers Top US Streaming Charts
The famous kids series set in Brisbane has amassed a total of 737 million viewing hours in the US, becoming the number one show in the US.
Video Game Rights Becomes Compelling Viewing in ‘Tetris’
Despite the artistic license of the screenplay, the majority of the events in ‘Tetris’ did happen, writes film critic Russ Matthews.
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania
After four phases of films, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is now set to launch into Phase Five, kicked off by Ant-Man himself.
‘True Spirit: The Aussie Girl Who Took On The World’ – Movie Review
The young Aussie actor Teagan Croft does an admirable job of capturing the emotional and physical limits experienced by sailor Jessica Watson.
Brendan Fraser’s ‘The Whale’ Challenges How Faith Relates to People in Pain
From trauma bonds to quests for redemption and crises of faith, each character in ‘The Whale’ has a rich backstory.
From Jail to Joy: Maverick City Music’s Grammy Success
The wildly popular US Gospel group builds on last year’s win to take home four Grammys including for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album.