Coolest Movie Weapons
November 20th, 2012

Nowhere else but in the movies can we indulge our love of tools of destruction. The sci-fi, action and adventure genres are replete with examples of the wackiest technology that writers, directors and production designers can think up no matter how unwieldy, impractical or physically impossible.

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
December 1st, 2005

Harry Potter films aren’t much better written than most mainstream studio product, and apart from the cream of England’s dramatic talent in the background, the acting’s only as good as Hayden Christensen’s splutter-worthy dummy spits.


The Dark Knight Rises
December 20th, 2011

The clip introduces villain Bane (Tom Hardy) in a daring mid-air plane heist that’s more James Bond than Batman. Gone are the dark colours and sombre tones, and only the masked villain reminded the crowd they were watching a comic book film.

Curran’s Creed
May 3rd, 2008

A native of the US, Curran moved to Australia in 1986 to work in advertising, music videos, commercials and shorts, many of which had comic elements. His breakout 1998 feature Praise, the story of twentysomethings in a haze of dugs and emotional issues, swept the Australian Film Institute Awards.


The Business End of Broadband
April 1st, 2005

As summarised by producer Sue Maslin; ‘It’s information rich, you can take your users through a narrative if they choose, but they can look at primary source material any time too. It enables the user to construct their own history.

Death of the Movie Hero
September 8th, 2003

The movie hero has also had a long time to establish himself. He was in fact born with popular cinema itself, when Henry Walthall formed the Ku Klux Klan to put down the black menace in history’s first blockbuster, Birth of a Nation.






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