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Ruben Guthrie: alcohol unplugged

Ruben Guthrie has a drinking problem. As do many Australians it seems. Australia’s addiction is exposed in Brendan Cowell’s energetic, some would say explosive, new movie.

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Win tickets to see Mr Holmes

Mr Holmes stars Ian McKellen as an ageing Sherlock, trying to figure out the enigma of his career-ending case – and we're giving you the chance to win a double pass to see the film.

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Madame Bovary film review

This adaptation of Madame Bovary is beautifully filmed. And if the director was aiming for the viewer to feel the same frustration felt by Emma Bovary, then consider it a success.

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Win tickets to see Madame Bovary

Win tickets to see Madame Bovary – Gustave Flaubert’s classic tale of a beautiful woman who engages in extramarital affairs in order to enhance her social status.

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Meryl Streep’s top 10 performances

Legendary actress Meryl Streep turns 66 today.

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Film review: The Age of Adaline

The Age of Adaline is a captivating and sensory journey through time and space, into the world of a woman with a remarkable secret.

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The epic return of Mad Max

Max is back on the big screen. Only this time, Mel Gibson is missing. Mad Max: Fury Road is the latest sequel, and stars Tom Hardy as the new incarnation of Mad Max.

Top five new kids films

These top five kids films currently in cinemas will entertain and captivate both yourself and the little ones in the seats beside you.

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Get reacquainted with Harvey

Harvey, starring James Stewart, may not be the ‘traditional’ Easter movie, but if you ever needed an excuse to watch this fantastic film, then surely Easter is it.

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Win a William Kelly’s War DVD

William Kelly’s War is a new Australian war drama that will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the ANZAC landings at Gallipoli. Enter the competition to win a DVD.

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Win tickets to see Selma

Selma chronicles Martin Luther King’s campaign to lead a march in Alabama to attain equal voting rights. We’re giving you the chance to win one of 50 double passes.

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Still Alice is brilliant

Still Alice is an emotionally challenging journey through the tragic effects of Alzheimer’s disease and Julianne Moore is truly deserving of her Best Actor Oscar. This film is brilliant.

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