Tag Archive for: Movie Reviews

Is Blue Beetle the Saviour of the DC Universe

Blue Beetle provides hope for the future of the superhero genre and should motivate viewers to get out to theatres for good family fun.

Third Time Around Still Carries Some Charm in ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3’

‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3’ doesn’t reach the same heights as number one, but certainly rises above the ones set for it by the poster.

‘Haunted Mansion’ – From Theme Park Ride to a Cinema Near You

After 20 years, can this scary property rise from the ashes to entice audiences to haunt their local cinema?

‘Ego: The Michael Gudinski Story’ – A Reel Dialogue Review

Whether you know the name Gudinski or not, it doesn’t take long to realise how he influenced generations through his talent discoveries.

‘Happiness for Beginners’ Flies the Flag for the Humble Rom-Com

Quirky love stories have fallen out of favour and primarily find their existence on streaming services… enter, Hapipiness for Beginners.

Blackberry: A Dark Comedy About the Smartphone’s Precursor [Movie Review]

The director’s frenetic pace takes this movie’s audience on the journey from Blackberry’s inception to its euphoric heights and its demise.

Sound of Freedom – We Review the Actual Film

Alejandro Monteverde’s ‘Sound of Freedom’ is top-quality artistry that has captured the world’s attention in unprecedented fashion.

From Gamer to Elite Motor Racer: ‘Gran Turismo’ Brings True Story to Life

This true-to-life action film attempts to keep the pedal to the floor, but fails to keep the motor running, writes film critic Russ Matthews.

Friendship, Forgiveness and Faith in ‘The Miracle Club’ – Movie Review

A movie 20 years in the making, The Miracle Club paints a portrait of friendship, faith, and the power of forgiveness.

‘The Hiding Place’ Brings a Timeless Message of Faith [Movie Review]

In Australian cinemas on August 16, for one night only, The Hiding Place speaks into our uncertain times with a timeless message of faith.

Catch ‘Asteroid City’ For an Existential Deep-Dive: Movie Review

Existential questions abound as students and parents gather for a Junior Stargazer convention held in a desert town called Asteroid City.

‘Sound of Freedom’ Exposing the Dark Reality of Child Trafficking [Movie Review]

This true-to-life story takes us inside the horrors and realities of the sex-trafficking industry, stirring the audience to action.

‘Barbie’ and ‘Oppenheimer’ an Unlikely Movie Marathon

Watching these movies alongside one another can weirdly make you appreciate them better, writes movie reviewer Laura Bennett.

Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One [Movie Review]

Cruise doesn’t hold back on some of the most harrowing chases, stunts and fight sequences on record in this latest MI instalment.

Peter Pan & Wendy – Reel Dialogue Movie Review

Classic stories are always ready to be reimagined for a new audience, and this is what Disney does in ‘Peter Pan & Wendy’.

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny

Indiana Jones is back for one last expedition to defend the latest artefact sought after by familiar enemies and family friends…

Pixar Has Found its Feet Again in ‘Elemental’ – Movie Review

Elemental from Pixar is a family movie with something for everyone, surrounded by a beautifully well-told story.

‘The Flash’ a Whole Lot of Fun for DCEU Fans – Movie Review

Since Ezra Miller was introduced as The Flash in the DCEU, he has brought levity and depth to the role, writes Russ Matthews.