Watch the trailer for After We Collided!
It’s just not that easy. Not with the memory of the passionate nights they spent together. Still, Tessa’s not sure she can endure one more broken promise. She’s focused on her studies and just starting an exciting new internship at Vance Publishing. She's also being pursued by Trevor, a handsome new co-worker who is exactly the kind of guy she should be with. Hardin knows he made a mistake, possibly the biggest one of his life. He wants to right his wrongs and overcome his demons. ...
Retro Movie Review – Battle Of The Sexes
Emma Stone is quickly becoming the Meryl of her time and she is consistently outstanding in this and pretty much every film she stars in as of late. Steve Carell is also perfectly cast as the buffoonish Bobby Riggs. Using the actual audio from the original match (recorded back in 1973) really does show how ingrained the male chauvinism was at that time.
The film plays out like a time capsule of the day and the attention to seventies detail is outstanding. Even ...
Watch the trailer for 23 Walks – in Aussie cinemas tomorrow!
They meet walking their dogs in a North London park, and over the course of twenty-three walks together romance begins to blossom.
But Dave (Palme d'Or winner Dave Johns, I, Daniel Blake, Fisherman's Friends, The Keeper) and Fern (Olivier Award-winner Alison Steadman, Life is Sweet, Shirley) haven’t been completely honest with one another and their future together may be threatened by the secrets they have withheld.
Retro Movie Review – Baby Driver
Wright pulls remarkable performances from his entire cast. Ansel Elgort (The Fault in Our Stars and Divergent) shows a real star turn as the enigmatic title character and both Jon Hamm and Jamie Foxx really sell the menace as they both play great criminal psychos. Headmaster Kevin Spacey keeps them all together with a solid mix of benevolence and belligerence.
Special mention should also be made about the car chase scenes. Without any noticeable computer generated ...
Watch the trailer for Made in Italy – coming soon to cinemas!
Neither expects to find the once beautiful villa in such a state of disrepair… Renovations go badly, with father and son soon finding themselves at odds. Robert’s comical lack of DIY experience leads him to seek help from some colourful locals including the no nonsense Kate (Lindsay Duncan), an ex-pat making her living selling villas who quickly captures his attention. For Jack, the state of the house seems to mirror his search for memories of happier times with his mother.
Babyteeth Movie Review
Milla (Eliza Scanlen) is from the first view, an innocent appearing girl going through the usual changes and challenges that face all schoolgirls of her young age. When she meets Moses (Toby Wallace), she is mysteriously seduced by his bad-boy demeanor but obvious intelligence.
At first, looking all the world like a crackhead with his shrunken eyes and manic energy, his wisdom and insight as it unfolds are unanticipated. As the story expands, we meet Milla’s ...
Retro Movie Review – Kong: Skull Island
The cast is chock full of Hollywood A-Listers including a man of the moment, Tom Hiddleston, the always popular Samuel L. Jackson (in a bad guy role) and even an attempt at some form of indie cred with Brie Larson, here getting her best Lara Croft on following her star turn in Room. The other A-Lister is that big bad monkey man, who this time out is big but not so bad.
The locations are exotic and the sets are stunning and the emergence of the big guy is played to ...
Retro Movie Review – Spider-man: Homecoming
So with that in mind, it’s great to see Marvel relax the reins on Spider-man: Homecoming a bit and tell a story more character driven than special effects driven. The film’s lighthearted touch with an emphasis on humour makes it much more accessible than some of the recent overly serious Superhero films. It easily lives in the MU while comfortably standing alone. It even features a crazy credit at the very end of the film that sells laughs instead of product.
The Burnt Orange Heresy Movie Review
Claes Bang (TV’s Dracula) is James Figueras, a failed artist who now earns a crust by lecturing tourists about some of the world’s great art pieces. When he is hired by super art dealer, Joseph Cassidy, played with an elegant level of amorality by Mick Jagger to steal a painting for him, Figueras sees his entry into those rarified waters.
Along the way, his path crosses with Berenice Hollis (Elizabeth Debicki), a small-town girl trying to feel alive by a visit ...
Dendy Coorparoo reopening tomorrow!!!
With restrictions around cinemas relaxing in Qld, Dendy Coorparoo will re-open its doors tomorrow, Thursday 23rd July, with strict COVID-safe hygiene, reduced capacity and physical distancing measures in place—and we’re getting very, very excited.
But what can we actually watch there? Great question!
With COVID grinding the movie industry to a standstill, you would be forgiven for thinking all new releases have been put on hold. Luckily, Dendy has put ...