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The absurd charms of It Must Be Heaven could prove divisive writes our reviewer.
There's been a glut of mediocre rom-coms recently, is The Broken Hearts Gallery different?
COMMENT: Have you heard the one about the Horndog and the Showman?
Lucy Lawless and Troy Kingi star in this stoner crime caper. Karl Puschmann takes a hit.
We review this brutal and unflinching drama set within New Zealand's gang culture.
Married couple Greg Bruce and Zanna Gillespie review The Australian Dream
Was his repeatedly-delayed, ambitious sci-fi action thriller worth the wait?
Project Power has a potentially interesting hook, but does it do anything cool with it?
Greg Bruce and Zanna Gillespie watch and discuss One Man and His Shoes
We review Unhinged, the first real popcorn release to hit cinemas since lockdown.
'I ... think about the rabbit holes I'm going to go down to get ready for the role.'
Argumentative married couple Greg Bruce and Zanna Gillespie review Endings, Beginnings.
Argumentative married couple Greg Bruce and Zanna Gillespie watch The Burnt Orange Heresy.
Greg Bruce and Zanna Gillespie shine a light on both film and the state of their marriage.
The last days? We can only hope...
His new film shows how Marcel Marceau saved thousand of Jewish children from Nazis in WW2.
We highlight our top 5 picks from the over 80s doco's at the Doc Edge film festival.
It could have been a total flop, but one thing has saved Hemsworth brother's new flick.
Selah and the Spades is an impressive and disconcerting high-school drama.
The new Netflix thriller recalls the Best Picture winner Parasite, but is it worth a look?