In Australian cinema quirky usually comes with a chaser of grounded reality – extended flights of fancy rarely took shape, let along get aloft. Griff the Invisible, the debut feature of writer/director Leon Ford, gently defies this standard, and...
A derivative kids' own adventure.
A reputed $20 million investment should be enough to kick-start an action film franchise, but Stuart Beattie’s awkwardly-titled Tomorrow When The War Began works best in its quieter character-driven moments, most of which occur in the film’s...