REVIEW: Based on the tragic 1996 disaster on Mt Everest this is epic cinema - entertaining and emotionally enervating.
REVIEW: Daredevils, DJs and dying cabbies among the topics explored in movies opening this week.
REVIEW: We Are Your Friends - a fun, visually engaging “primer” on the sweet science of mixing
REVIEW: Salty language and schmaltz comedy don't mix in Vacation
REVIEW: She's Funny That Way leaves you asking - Anything Else?
REVIEW: Ricki and the Flash evokes the essence of a decent pub rock ballad.
REVIEW: Sunshine Superman is all about the B.A.S.E.
REVIEW: Michael Caton pulls out a performance for the ages in Last Cab to Darwin
REVIEW: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl never ceases to engage and delight
REVIEW: Holding the Man - an intimate portrait of two star-crossed Aussie lovers
REVIEW: Sunshine Superman is the fascinating tale of the freewheeling Carl Boenish
REVIEW: Competently crafted Southpaw ultimately pulls its punches.
REVIEW: Last Cab to Darwin is an emotional ride worth taking.
REVIEW: Hitman: Agent 47 exceeds expectations
REVIEW: The real joy of Banksy Does New York is in people's reactions
REVIEW: Southpaw is an inelegant smash and grab of other plots
REVIEW: Banksy Does New York showcases his prodigious and provocative talents
REVIEW: Fantastic Four is a flat, flaccid, franchise killer of a film
REVIEW: The Man From U.N.C.L.E is a joyous, exquisitely created piece of unadulterated entertainment
REVIEW: Amy Schumer's Trainwreck is a warm-spirited comedy
The Man From U.N.C.L.E. offers a stylish night out
REVIEW: Trainwreck is funny, smart and occasionally provocative
U.N.C.L.E. rebooted, Amy Schumer unleashed in this week's new films
REVIEW: Women He's Undressed - excellent, ebullient, if somewhat ostentatious
REVIEW: The Guest is made by people with a real love for movies
Walking the Camino documentary lacks true inspiration.
REVIEW: Women He’s Undressed offers eye-candy for the wardrobe obsessed.
REVIEW: Fantastic Four reboot boasts lousy dialogue and sluggish direction
REVIEW: Amy doco is saddening, maddening, honest and non-exploitive
REVIEW: Walking The Camino documentary is a self-help manual in $500 boots.