Happy Feet
May 4th, 2007

Roadshow have aimed the release squarely at the under 15s, but if they ever decide on another release, one for the fans of filmmaking craft wouldn’t go astray. It’d be great to see the technical details behind an incredible project that marshalled several hundred computer technicians alone.

Missing, The
April 1st, 2004

Ron Howard is a better filmmaker than he is a storyteller. His talent in colouring and creating a scene, casting and directing actors and building emotion have few peers in Hollywood.


Fanboys
December 24th, 2009

The bombshell that one of them has cancer and might not even live to see the new Star Wars makes the situation even more urgent, and they decide to throw caution to the wind and embark on one more stupid childish adventure — drive across the country, break into Skywalker Ranch and steal the print to watch for themselves.

September 2008 Movies
September 1st, 2008

Presented by a host of directors, stars and commentators (including the crown prince of cult, Tarantino himself) director Hartley has collected clips and comment on the genre Australia forgot in this fascinating, ballsy and wry doco.


Day After Tomorrow, The
July 1st, 2004

Structurally, The Day After Tomorrow is like The Poseidon Adventure — the money-shot destruction scenes comprise the first and second acts, leaving the characters stricken, trying to save themselves and each other.

Recruit, The
March 1st, 2003

Up and coming A-lister Colin Farrell is a computer genius James Clayton, sought by big corporate names for his cryptography skills, but a visitor to his bar (Al Pacino) claims to be a recruiter for the CIA and assures Clayton he’ll make a master spy out of him.






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