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.


Selma will astound you

Earlier this week, Leon was invited to see a special preview of the film Selma – and he was not disappointed. Read the review of the Martin Luther King biopic.


Vincent ain't no saint

Bill Murray is possibly one of the most talented actors in Hollywood, turning his hand to everything from satire and activism, to straightforward comedy and big-budget blockbusters. In his latest movie, St. Vincent, his character forces audiences to see the story behind the man and hopefully makes them think twice about judging a book by its cover.

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This is where I leave you

This is where I leave you features a stellar cast including Jane Fonda and Jason Bateman, and is an enjoyably lighthearted comedy from director Shawn Levy

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The Best of Me

The Best of Me is the ninth of Nicholas Spark’s stories to be adapted to film and after walking out of the cinema SJ is convinced it could be the new Notebook.

Gone Girl

I’ve long been a fan of Rosamund Pike, but could take or leave Ben Affleck, however, in this adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s masterpiece, Gone Girl, the two simply give performances which make the hairs on the back of your neck stand on edge.


No last resort

Last Vegas is the story of four mature ‘gentlemen’ getting together in Las Vegas for the bachelor party of their last remaining single friend, who is marrying a girl half his age. They've known each other for 60 years and they're ready to misbehave, reliving their glory days and party like it's 1959.

David and Margaret call it quits

Margaret and David who, for 28 years have entertained us with At the Movies, have decided to call it quits.

Sing-a-long with Clint

Jersey Boys has been wowing theatre audiences for over a decade and has now been brought to the big screen by Clint Eastwood, but would it be as good?

Mr Morgan’s Last Love

Lovers of Paris and Michael Caine will enjoy the cinematic escape.

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Rachel reviews Australian film Tracks, starring Mia Wasikowska (Jane Eyre, Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland). Is this a must-see movie?

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The Book Thief

All too often when books are made into movies the end result is disappointing.

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