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A Star Is Born
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A STAR IS BORN
This film has all the ingredients to rock audiences to their core with characters and a tale that truly means something.
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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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Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist - Punk's not dead
WESTWOOD: PUNK, ICON, ACTIVIST
Punk's not dead
A truly inspirational and fascinating look into a style icon, this is the story of her life, and it is a fascinating life to witness.
1% - A gang drama void of stakes
1%
A gang drama void of stakes
This film is missing any real stakes, any real anticipation, any real tension. It’s an outdated concept of Australian storytelling, and audiences deserve much better.
Beautiful Boy - Steve Carell & Timothée Chalamet's family drama
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Steve Carell & Timothée Chalamet's family drama
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Ghost Stories - Martin Freeman sends a shiver down your spine
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Minding The Gap - A mesmeric portrait of imperfect youths coming of age
MINDING THE GAP
A mesmeric portrait of imperfect youths coming of age
For a non-fiction piece of filmmaking, its emotional intelligence is grounded in such tangible intimacy, it is heartbreaking as much as it is astonishing.
Bad Times at the El Royale - An unexpected and subversive delight
BAD TIMES AT THE EL ROYALE
An unexpected and subversive delight
Is it just a great little genre play on the trope of a group of strangers forced together under unusual circumstances, or is it something much bigger? You’ll just have to find out for yourself.
A Prayer Before Dawn - Tough but insubstantial
A PRAYER BEFORE DAWN
Tough but insubstantial
A tough watch with a strong central performance, but it doesn’t quite overcome an extremely pared-down story that doesn’t have much to say.
First Man - An incredible and deeply moving journey into the impossible
FIRST MAN
An incredible and deeply moving journey into the impossible
A powerful and moving experience, it will leave you marvelling at the ability of our species to dream, to invent, to strive and to survive.
The Raft - Smooth sailing
THE RAFT
Smooth sailing
In its best moments, ‘The Raft’ strives in teaching us how simple it can be for our ambition to become our downfall.
Beautiful Boy - Great performances drowning in a sea of mediocrity
BEAUTIFUL BOY
Great performances drowning in a sea of mediocrity
There’s such a need to treat an important topic with appropriate weight, but many moments that could have packed more punch thanks to the work of Carrell and Chalamet end up feeling bloated.
Our New President - Fake news has never been so aimless
OUR NEW PRESIDENT
Fake news has never been so aimless
For a film that proves unrelentingly misguided, ‘Our New President’ offers very few redeeming qualities. It is a miscellany of disinteresting acclamations devoid of any insight.
American Animals - An unusual crime caper
AMERICAN ANIMALS
An unusual crime caper
The opening half hour is all about the adrenal rush of planning and strategising a heist, but occasionally feels like an exercise in style over substance.
Venom - Monstrous fun
VENOM
Monstrous fun
While ‘Venom’ has plenty of rough edges, I’d rather watch a scrappy film that was genuinely entertaining and different than another by-the-numbers instalment in a franchise whose edges have been sanded down into nothingness.
Custody - A taut, stifling domestic drama
CUSTODY
A taut, stifling domestic drama
Xavier Legrand's ‘Custody’ is a powerful exploration of the aftermath of divorce and the trauma of abuse.
The Green Fog - The ultimate elegy to Hitchcock and San Francisco
THE GREEN FOG
The ultimate elegy to Hitchcock and San Francisco
The film acts as an hour-long reconstruction of Hitchcock’s 1958 suspense classic, replicating the original using only clips from other '50s noir, experimental films, '70s prime-time TV, and more.
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