REVIEW: Steve Jobs is a fascinating, compelling expose.
REVIEW: Anomalisa just doesn't take it's themes anywhere interesting
REVIEW: Carol is a beautifully acted, slow-burning character study
REVIEW: Steve Jobs sees screenwriter Aaron Sorkin in full and glorious flight
REVIEW: Insightfulness and inner-logic make Room standout
REVIEW: Room is touching, beautiful and frequently heart-rending
REVIEW: Anomalisa - startlingly original and somewhat disturbing
REVIEW: The Finest Hours - The Perfect Storm reimagined by Nicholas Sparks
REVIEW: The Danish Girl: top notch performances, but does it play it too safe?
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REVIEW: Three Wise Cousins is a colourful, cheeky and charming comedy
REVIEW: Spotlight: pretty close to a masterpiece
REVIEW: Dirty Grandpa: a movie where jokes go to die
REVIEW: It's a Swedish woman who saves Danish girl from descending into melodrama
REVIEW: Spotlight - an intelligent, restrained and completely gripping story which needs to be told.
REVIEW: The Finest Hours - a disaster movie with its foot on the brake
REVIEW: Spotlight - a fantastic recreation of a small group of journalists determination to get to the truth and paean to the dying art of in-depth investigative journalism
REVIEW: Three Wise Cousins’ jokes and charm are bound to strike a wide resonance
REVIEW: The Hateful Eight: long, messy, funny and bold all at once
REVIEW: The Sea - an adaptation of a book that should have been left on the page
REVIEW: Brooklyn - a charming and compelling drama
REVIEW: The Sea is awash with frustrations and unrealised potential
REVIEW: It's Agatha Christie meets Reservoir Dogs in the Old West as the top dog reinvents and old classic
REVIEW: Brooklyn shows the power of filmmaking restraint
REVIEW: Banking world indictment ulitmately comes up short
REVIEW: Shane Jacobson shines in Aussie penguin comedy Oddball
REVIEW: The 5th Wave: Nice book, shame about the movie
REVIEW: Oddball is well made, efficiently written and its heart is in exactly the right place.
REVIEW: Sisters - vulgar, violent and only fitfully funny.
REVIEW: The Big Short - an engrossing and entertaining idiot's guide to the GFC