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 slasher mystery. While its success as a film is subjective, it throws enough satirical spaghetti at the wall that its message sticks.
If anyone has had a coffee date with Ciaran since this sequel was announced, you would have been faced with an onslaught of opinionated vitriol. Has she caved to this film’s critical acclaim, or is she the lone voice crying over a sci-fi blasphemy?
Another standout from UQ’s first year film course, Elijah Freeman reviews Christopher Nolan’s unique take on the war film in Dunkirk.
A love story at heart, Ali’s Wedding navigates issues of race, religion and culture with vibrancy and humour.
After, like everyone, enjoying the first Kingsman outing, Ciaran reviews its sequel. Does it live up to its predecessor’s hype, or does it disappoint?
Matt Lind’s review of The LEGO Ninjago Movie is a letter addressed directly to you. Well, technically, it’s addressed to the reader, so it isn’t actually addressed to you until you read it. But reading other people’s mail is exciting, so you should probably read it anyway.