Entertainment and Arts

An Evolving Faith is What Prevents a Dying One – Rend Collective

Rend Collective’s latest single ‘Hallelujah Anyway’ is their answer to the challenges and uncomfortable experiences in Christian life.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 – Movie Review

Those outerspace misfits known as the Guardians of the Galaxy strike again and they do not disappoint, says movie critic Russ Matthews.

The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry – Movie Review

While challenging, this story should leave viewers asking themselves what they can do with the life they have been given.

‘The Little Mermaid’ is a Disney Tale for Our Times

The live action version is “an underwater musical” about a young mermaid who wants to bridge the gap between two divided peoples.

Love Again – Movie Review

What’s surprising about this film is that the unbelievable becomes believable as things unfold, writes film critic Russ Matthews.

John Farnham: Finding The Voice – Movie Review

John Farnham’s documentary captures the story of an Aussie battler as he attempts to record the most successful album in Australian history.

‘Book Club: The Next Chapter’ – Resets Views on Ageing

The plot is simplistic, but there’s joy in these four characters pushing back on the idea that life gets less interesting as you get older.

‘Fast X’ Has Too Many Characters And Storylines: Movie Review

Fans will lap up this chapter in the Fast series as it brings everything and everyone back. But too many characters are underdeveloped.

Australia’s Favourite Heelers Top US Streaming Charts

The famous kids series set in Brisbane has amassed a total of 737 million viewing hours in the US, becoming the number one show in the US.

‘On a Wing and a Prayer’ – Reel Dialogue Movie Review

It’s a gripping true story of an emergency plane landing – but the screenplay struggles to get the story off the ground, says Russ Matthews.

Polite Society: A Comical Action Star in a Sari

Priya Kansara delivers a perfect mix of martial arts, slapstick humour, and love, alongside her sidekicks, Seraphina Beh and Ella Bruccoleri.

Video Game Rights Becomes Compelling Viewing in ‘Tetris’

Despite the artistic license of the screenplay, the majority of the events in ‘Tetris’ did happen, writes film critic Russ Matthews.

The Super Mario Bros Movie Best For Fans Only [Movie Review]

The Super Mario Bros movie tries so hard to be faithful to the original stories, it’s inaccessible to non-gamers, writes Russ Matthews.

Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves – Movie Review

Dungeons & Dragons delivers a fan excursion into the realm of dark magic and treasures guarded by dragons, writes Russ Matthews.

‘Champions’ – a Humorous, Inspiring Story of Special Olympic Athletes

Champions is a raw, humorous, and inspiring look into the lives of Special Olympic athletes, starring Woody Harrelson.

‘Jesus Revolution’ Star Joel Courtney on Faith and Fame

Jesus Revolution follows real life pastor Greg Laurie (Joel Courtney), a man who finds faith and purpose through the Jesus Movement.

‘Jesus Revolution’ – The Impact of the Bible’s Message on a Generation

‘Jesus Revolution’ gives audiences a glimpse into a portion of history that may have been buried under all of the events of modern society.

‘Air’ and the Nike Story – Reel Dialogue Movie Review

Air unapologetically focuses on the Nike shoe. As director, Ben Affleck has to walk that fine line between story and marketing.