Solo strikes an awkward balance between Star Wars anthology and generic action flick, resulting in a highly watchable but frustrating movie experience.
Sweet Country certainly lives up to its name, though its awe-inspiring depiction of the Australian outback is inseparable from the harsh story told alongside it.
The recent revival of Twin Peaks was either the most bizarre season of television Simon has ever witnessed, or a very in-depth hallucination. Either way, he would like more.
It’s hard to resist the puns when reviewing a film called Flatliners. This reviewer is too proud to resort to such tactics, but not too proud to vaguely skirt around the idea so that you have no option but to make the puns yourself.
Happy Death Day takes the premise of Groundhog Day and turns it into a slasher mystery. While its success as a film is subjective, it throws enough satirical spaghetti at the wall that its message sticks.
A hot take on a 25 year old television series.
This review is based on a true story. Or maybe it’s not. Who can tell anymore?
After two and a half months of waiting, the second chapter of the John Wick saga has finally hit Australian cinemas and it doesn’t disappoint.
FX’s first addition to the Marvel screen universe departs from the usual superhero fare, instead providing a striking exploration of mental illness and the human experience.
Netflix’s adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s popular book series approaches its source material with all the subtlety of a hammer, and it works out great.