Anna And The Apocalypse Movie Review
First it must be said that high school is difficult enough without having to deal with a rampant plague of zombies. And while not much happens in the quiet town of Little Haven and Anna (Ella Hunt) and her fiends are used to the quiet life, things are about to change for the worse when they start to notice the colour drain from their classmate’s faces.
As things usually unfold in these adventures, the school is soon overrun and then the rest of the film becomes ...
Watch the trailer for Palace Films’ new release Normandy Nude!
The eagerly-awaited new comedy from Philippe Le Guay, director of The Women On The 6th Floor, NORMANDY NUDE is a warm and wise tale of a proud farming community who must put their grievances aside in order to save their village.
The charming town of Mêle-sur-Sarthe, Normandy, is in crisis. Dairy and livestock prices are plummeting and farmers are being threatened with foreclosure.
Things seem hopeless until famous American photographer Newman (Toby Jones) ...
The Grinch Movie Review
The bright holiday colours absolutely jump off the screen and the wild Rube Goldberg inventions in Grinch’s cave and the set design show a heightened level of detail. Benedict Cumberbatch is the voice behind the unfriendly one and modulates his voice to good effect. A serious rendition this is not.
The story while being a familiar one, is still worthy of retelling as this time of year brings as much loneliness to some as it does happiness. Making people aware of ...
Dendy Cinemas Coorparoo celebrates 1st Birthday with $5 movie tickets!
To celebrate the milestone, Dendy will be offering $5 Traditional tickets and $10 Premium Lounge tickets for all films and sessions over the three days. Guests can enjoy quality films such as the highly anticipated thriller, Widows from Academy Award-winning director Steve McQueen or new release Christmas animation, The Grinch.
Book your tickets online at dendy.com.au or visit the Dendy Cinemas Coorparoo box office.
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The Secret Life of Pets returns – watch the trailer now!
Illumination founder and CEO Chris Meledandri and his longtime collaborator Janet Healy will produce the sequel to the comedy that had the best opening ever for an original film, animated or otherwise.
The Secret Life of Pets 2 will see the return of writer Brian Lynch (Minions) and once again be directed by Chris Renaud (Despicable Me series, Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax).
The Secret Life of Pets 2 arrives in cinemas June 20, 2019.
Hedda by Queensland Theatre is now playing!
The story: Hedda Gabler is railing against her life. She didn’t marry drug slinger George Tesman so she could play housewife in a monstrous Gold Coast mansion with white leather couches, blingy chandeliers and endless rounds of Aperol Spritz. She wants something much more and now her old flame, Ejlert Løvborg, is out of prison and off the junk. Is he about to slice off a piece of George’s empire? Maybe Hedda can pull some strings to work this to her advantage.
The story is brought ...
The King And I: from the Palladium Review
Rendered in high definition and featuring the best seats in the house, the presentation is almost faultless. Kelli O’Hara as Anna is strong of voice and her expressive stage craft is outstanding. Seeing Ruthie Ann Miles return to stage as Lady Thiang is very inspiring after the tragedies she’s had to endure and Ken Watanabe puts in a workman like take on the King of Siam. The songs are as memorable as ever and the young cast are uniformly cute.
The multi-award ...
The Children Act Movie Review
When an emotional case is added to her docket, she breaks protocol and becomes involved. This has the effect of changing her and husband Jack’s (Stanley Tucci) life. Things unfold in an unhurried fashion and the lack of cliche predicaments announce a work squarely aimed at audience members that enjoy character driven stories.
It’s examination of a wide range of topics such as monogamy, religious zealotry and obsession are expertly handled. It’s to Thompson...
Depthless is coming to Judith Wright Centre for Contemporary Art!
“Depthless is a brilliantly navigated transit along the edges of conflict and power, a meditation on who we are, how we connect and the many ways we fail to.
With stunning songwriting by multi-ARIA award winning musician Ben Ely (Regurgitator), performed by Guy Webster and with powerful dance by choreographer Kate Harman, Depthless is both remarkably vulnerable and explosively urgent.”
November 29 - December 1 2018
Judith Wright Centre for ...