Zellwegger hits her straps as a '50s femme on a mission.
A paradox lies at the core of steadfastly sweet-natured Anne Devereaux, and Renee Zellwegger reveals it in one of the very first scenes of Richard Loncraine’s utterly delightful '50s-set road trip drama, My One And Only. From that moment on,...
Slick, smart, superb American filmmaking
A greed-and-glory-fuelled arm wrestle between two alpha-males struggling with their own limitations, lies at the centre of Frost/Nixon; director Ron Howard’s supremely confident and compelling version of one of the most celebrated moments in...
A smart, funny superhero satire.
SYDNEY UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL: The casting of Rainn Wilson as Frank 'The Crimson Bolt’ D'Arbo is perhaps the only element that seems plausible in a film that otherwise defies – no, shatters – all expectations of its 'normal-guy-as-superhero’...
Mutants are born again in Fox’s kinetic adventure.
Just as J.J. Abrams succeeded in resuscitating the moribund Star Trek franchise with his 2009 reboot, the new X-Men adventure looks highly likely to give the mutant superheroes a whole new lease of life.
Death Sentence is a revenge flick that's so over-the-top if it was a pizza it'd be a supreme – a supreme with extra cheese and plenty of Bacon. That'd be Kevin Bacon, of course. The perennially youthful actor here plays Nick, a mild-mannered ins...