Rachael Taylor

Oz melodrama amid the orange groves needs more juice.
Australian writer-director Richard Gray fought long and hard to get his first film financed after writing the script in 2004, competing in Project Greenlight the following year and getting second place, which meant he missed the $1 million top...
This cautionary tale treads a familiar path.
A competent but frustratingly conventional slice-of-life drama, Serhat Caradee’s Cedar Boys tries hard to be all things for all audience members but just falls short. A solid, photogenic lead performance by Les Chantery and name players Rachael...
The French taste the sour drop of defeat in this true story of underdog triumph.
Due to its geographical misfortune, France has been on the wrong end of many tactically-advantageous invasions throughout history. In recent years, it has been the cultural - rather than military - invasions, headed by the multi-national...
No answers found in weak rom-com premise.
Near the end of Working Dog’s likable but oddly off-key new rom-com, there’s a very funny bit where the hero – twenty-something Ben (Josh Lawson) – is being 'lectured’ in a nice way by one of his older-married pals, Sam. In desperation, Ben has...
Based on the successful 2004 Thai horror film of the same name, Shutter is the first English speaking film for Japanese horror maestro Masayuko Ochiai. Newly married Ben, a photographer, is transferred to Tokyo with his wife Jane. All is well unt...