Watch Tom Hanks in the new trailer for A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood!
After a jaded magazine writer (Emmy winner Matthew Rhys) is assigned a profile of Fred Rogers, he overcomes his skepticism, learning about empathy, kindness, and decency from America’s most beloved neighbor.
Inspired by the article "Can You Say. . . Hero?" by Tom Junod, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood stars Tom Hanks, Matthew Rhys, Susan Kelechi Watson and Chris Cooper, and will be released in Australian cinemas January 23!
Matisse & Picasso Exhibition coming to NGA this December
In the early twentieth century Picasso became a colossus of Modern Art. Many of the younger generation of avant-garde artists who had initially been inspired by Matisse and Fauvism turned to Picasso for inspiration. Over the years he explored the seemingly endless stylistic possibilities for art of the modern era. Revered and emulated, for much of his career Picasso appeared like an immovable object that blocked every move forward for art's pathway. Others could only follow suit. The ...
Watch the new trailer for Sonic the Hedgehog!
In this live-action adventure comedy, Sonic and his new best friend Tom (James Marsden) team up to defend the planet from the evil genius Dr. Robotnik (Jim Carrey) and his plans for world domination. The family-friendly film also stars Tika Sumpter and Ben Schwartz as the voice of Sonic.
Sonic the Hedgehog will be released in Australian cinemas February 13, 2020!
The charming American acoustic-fold due, The Brother Brothers, have announced their first Aussie Tour!
Since dropping their debut album, Some People I Know in 2018, via Compass Records the duo received critical praise from the likes of Rolling Stone Country, NPR, Billboard and more.
Inspired by Appalachian folk and bluegrass traditions, their striking music is laden with pitch perfect sibling harmonies and captivating lyrics, revealing their journeys of living across various parts of east and west North America.
Touring as an acoustic-folk duo, David plays cello ...
Farming Movie Review
This often times led to disillusion and alienation as some of the children never felt fully immersed in either culture. Some of the foster homes were also far from perfect environments and racial prejudice was rampant at that time and greatly added to the internal unrest.
The film is loosely based on writer/director Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje’s actual childhood and it tells a horrifying tale about his early years. It also presents a challenge to the audience to ...
Pixies To Perform ‘Surfer Rosa’ Album In Full On 2020 Australian Tour!
The Boston-formed outfit will perform their 1988 debut album Surfer Rosa and 1987 debut EP Come On Pilgrim next March at concerts in Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney and Perth.
Pixies fans can also expect to hear a number of hits across their catalogue, including new tracks from their forthcoming LP, Beneath The Eyrie, due out on 13 September.
Pixies Australian Tour
09-10 March 2020 - Palais Theatre, Melbourne
12-13 March 2020 - Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane
21 Bridges Movie Review
Starting with a drug heist that goes seriously awry and causes the death of eight policemen, this sets up what one hopes will be a clever manhunt where the police use street smarts and good detective work to find the perpetrators and bring them to justice.
What actually transpires though is a by the book dirty cop scenario where you have little doubt about the players and which side of the law they reside on. Chadwick Boseman is accomplished as Detective Andre ...
Hot Chip’s – A Bath Full of Ecstasy Tour is coming to Australia!
Also in the country headlining Victoria’s Golden Plains and Wollongong’s Farmer and the Owl Festivals, the band will be ably supported on all sideshow dates (excluding Canberra) by Melbourne funk synthesist Harvey Sutherland (LIVE).
Arriving with a reputation for sonic wizardry cultivated through nearly two decades of marvellously consistent output, Hot Chip have always had an ability to charm all who stand before them. Australian fans will await the chance to ...
Official Secrets Movie Review
The film also does little to stir the blood about the outrage of the unnecessary military action and its human cost. It relies too much on your memory of the actual events of the time. In the written coda at film’s end it doesn’t even mention the fact that after all was said and done, no weapons of mass destruction were even found.
Most of the performances are fine and the emotion is delivered in that oh so quaint and subdued British manner. The strength and ...
Paul Scrader: God’s Lonely Man Retrospective coming to GOMA this month
Adapted by major filmmakers such as Sydney Pollack (The Yakuza 1974), Martin Scorsese (Taxi Driver 1976) and Brian De Palma (Obsession 1976), his scripts were met with critical acclaim and helped usher in a new era of American cinema.
Stepping behind the camera as director for the first time with Blue Collar 1978, Schrader established a parallel career as a talented director of both his own and other writers’ screenplays. Now in his fifth decade of filmmaking, he remains ...