Weak script blunts brutal outback western.
Melbourne International Film Festival: The vengeful spectre of Jimmy Blacksmith finds a kindred spirit in a rookie country cop in debutant director Patrick Hughes’ Red Hill, an unwieldy but entertaining contemporary Down Under western.
An intermittently enjoyable comedy.
Melbourne International Film Festival: If you take the raucous ocker shenanigans of Dimboola in the 1970s or the insular suburban fantasy of Muriel’s Wedding 20 years later as a guide, then a wedding ceremony may be one of the best conduits for...