Tag Archive for: Movie Reviews

The Quiet Girl – Reel Dialogue Movie Review

This film is an achingly beautiful story of found family and being valued and given worth, writes movie critic Michael Walsh.

Animation Outstanding in Disney’s New ‘Pinocchio’ with Tom Hanks

Disney’s new ‘Pinocchoi’ goes to great lengths to to portray a magical night after the aged craftsman Gepetto (Tom Hanks) wishes upon a star.

Sly Stone as the Ageing Hero in ‘Samaritan’ [Movie Review]

Sly Stallone’s ‘Samaritan’ delves into a dystopian world where people need a saviour to rescue them from their crime-riddled city streets.

‘Thirteen Lives’ Celebrates the Power of Collaboration [Movie Review]

The film ‘Thirteen Lives’ is a claustrophobically captured survival epic that’s impressive in scale and inspiring in scope, writes Michael Walsh.

Thor: Love and Thunder – Movie Review

The characters in this latest Marvel flick work hard to determine their purpose, but most fail to find it in a convoluted story arc, writes Russ Matthews.

Minions: The Rise of Gru [Movie Review]

The back-story of Gru and his desire be a super-villain reflects the basic human need to be wanted and accepted by one’s peers, says Reel Dialogue.

‘Elvis’ is One of Luhrmann’s Best [Movie Review]

Put on your blue suede shoes and get out to see Lurhmann’s vision of the King, is the strong advice of film critic Russ Matthews.

Lightyear: Pixar’s Back With its Toy Story Spinoff [Movie Review]

The Toy Story franchise and Lightyear are built on the value of community: Buzz only survives through the support of his friends, writes Russ Matthews.

Jurassic World: Dominion [Movie Review]

The latest instalment in the Jurassic franchise seems to be a warning to mankind for the future of our planet, writes film critic Russ Matthews.

The Drover’s Wife: The Legend of Molly Johnson

The Drover’s Wife film reimagines Henry Lawson’s classic short story into an Australian western thriller, exploring abuse and mental health.

Top Gun: Maverick – Reel Dialogue Movie Review

It took three years, but it was worth the wait for this revisiting of the classic Tom Cruise film, writes Reel Dialogue film critic Russ Matthews.

Sonic The Hedgehog 2 [Movie Review]

Sonic the Hedgehog 2 is a delightfully goofy flick; with Schwartz’s performance bringing just as much fun as he did in the first film, writes Oli Phillips.

‘Downton Abbey’ Sequel Suffers Relevance Issue: Movie Review

The Crawley family come from generations of wealth, tradition, and a certain confidence, which may or may not resonate with today’s audience.

Father Stu: Movie Review

Mark Wahlberg has been trying to get the true story of Father Stu to theatres for years. His dream is now a reality as the story comes to life in cinemas.

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent – Movie Review

Nicolas Cage stars in a send-up of his own life, walking a fine line between parody, narcissism and the persona he has established throughout his career.

The Bad Guys – Movie Review

In a world where humans and animals coexist, a legendary group of criminals collectively called ‘The Bad Guys’ roams the streets. Russ Matthews reviews.

CODA: With Three Oscars, This Film’s Making Waves

With three Oscars, the heartwarming CODA has taken the world by surprise, giving us an insight into the lives of Children of Deaf Adults.