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Destroyer
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DESTROYER
Kidman has always taken on challenging roles, and nearly always delivered an interesting performance. Her performance elevates what could have been a standard “dirty cop” drama into something unique.
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SWITCHCast Episode 48: The House With a Clock in Its Walls, Ladies in Black, Johnny English Strikes Back, Smallfoot, Ghosthunter, I Am Paul Walker
Charlie, Jess and Daniel discuss the week's films, plus we lay shit on the single-worst thing that has ever happened in the history of cinema, ever.
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Five Feet Apart - Breathing borrowed air and clichés
FIVE FEET APART
Breathing borrowed air and clichés
Some Like It Hot - A virgin's review for the 60th anniversary
SOME LIKE IT HOT
A virgin's review for the 60th anniversary
Marilyn Monroe - born Norma Jeane Mortenson on the 1st June 1926, died 5th August 1962 at aged 36. Jess looks at the woman behind the myth as 'Some Like It Hot' turns 60.
Rafiki - A future LGBT classic
RAFIKI
A future LGBT classic
The film was banned in its home country of Kenya, where homosexuality is a criminal offence that can result in a lengthy prison sentence. It just makes ‘Rafiki’ feel like even more of a triumph.
Annihilation - Alex Garland's startling sci-fi nightmare finally comes to Blu-ray
ANNIHILATION
Alex Garland's startling sci-fi nightmare finally comes to Blu-ray
It may be the one of the most overwhelming works of science fiction of the past decade, starring stunning-as-always Natalie Portman and directed with startling clarity of vision by Alex Garland.
Fighting with my Family - A soap opera in spandex
FIGHTING WITH MY FAMILY
A soap opera in spandex
While the underdog story often feels tried and done, this makes it feel fresh once again, largely thanks to its talent cast and hilarious and heartwarming script.
TransMilitary - Powerful and Important filmmaking
TRANSMILITARY
Powerful and Important filmmaking
'TransMilitary' is gut-wrenching, funny, poignant and important documentary making. It's an example of documentary making at its finest. It's urgent and unmissable. Do yourself a favour and see it.
The Lego Movie 2 - Don't interrupt me when I’m spaceshipping!
THE LEGO MOVIE 2
Don't interrupt me when I’m spaceshipping!
While 'The Lego Movie 2' isn’t as strong as the first, which was always going to be a hard feat, it still has laughs, a good message and fun and creative worlds.
Swimming with Men - Sync or swim?
SWIMMING WITH MEN
Sync or swim?
The emphasis on teamwork, trying something new, and ignoring what other people think are great messages, but not enough to save this sinking ship. The biggest sin is that it offers nothing original.
The Man who Killed Don Quixote - Art imitates life
THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE
Art imitates life
Terry Gilliam has reinvented history and iconic characters from the past before, but this isn’t worth the 29-year wait. While Adam Driver shines, the rest on the film needs another polish.
Wild Nights with Emily - A walk on the (not so) wild side
WILD NIGHTS WITH EMILY
A walk on the (not so) wild side
Unfortunately, 'Wild Nights with Emily' is never as compelling as its subject matter implies it would be.
The Happy Prince - Whimsical Wilde’s woeful washout
THE HAPPY PRINCE
Whimsical Wilde’s woeful washout
Clearly a passion project for Rupert Everett, this is a faithful approximation of the last dark days of Oscar Wilde's life. It's definitely not your average "start from nothing, rise to fame" biopic.
Mortal Engines - Go on a post-apocalyptic steampunk adventure
WIN MORTAL ENGINES
Go on a post-apocalyptic steampunk adventure
Win one of five copies of 'Mortal Engines' on Blu-ray.
The Grinch - Benedict Cumberbatch takes on Dr Seuss’ beloved holiday classic
WIN THE GRINCH
Benedict Cumberbatch takes on Dr Seuss’ beloved holiday classic
Win one of five copies of 'The Grinch' on Blu-ray.
Us - Jordan Peele's new nightmare
WIN US
Jordan Peele's new nightmare
Win one of five double passes to see 'Us' in cinemas.
Melbourne Queer Film Festival 2019 - The reviews
MELBOURNE QUEER FILM FESTIVAL 2019
The reviews
Our collection of reviews from this year's MQFF.
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