Movie Reviews

Game of Thrones

Why not hire the first two seasons and indulge in some quality television?

Movie Reviews


In the mid 1970s and 1980s in Australia there was a huge flowering of home-grown cinema and director Peter Weir was very much a part of this renaissance. Starting with The Cars That Ate Paris (1974) and Picnic at Hanging Rock in the following year, then The Last Wave (1977) and The Plumber two years later, in 1981 he directed and shared writing honours with David Williamson on Gallipoli.


Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons

Watch Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons performing Sherry live in this video


What’s so funny about sex?

Comedy is a great way to confront topics which may be considered uncomfortable. Sex and getting older are just two such topics tackled with a flourish of songs and one-liners in Melbourne’s latest stage show, More sex please… we’re seniors!.

An enduring love story

Sun, surf, stars and long romantic nights in the South Pacific islands. All the ingredients you could want, really, for an enduring love story about men and women far from home. James A Michener certainly got it when he penned Tales from the South Pacific in the wake of his time as a sailor on Guadalcanal during the Second World War. Michener’s novel was quickly transformed into a stage show by Rogers and Hammerstein with iconic tunes including I’m gonna wash that man right out of my hair, Some enchanted evening and Happy talk.


the way we were

Every time I watch The way we were the tears start to flow and as I settle down this weekend with a glass of wine and my favourite chocolates, I'm sure this time will be no different.