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Pain and Glory

Sydney

(Spanish: Dolor y gloria)

4 out of 5 stars

Pedro Almodóvar may not be a household name to many outside of the cinematic community or beyond the borders of Spain, but his influence is without question. The director of The Skin I Live In and Volver is known for his creative eye, innovative writing and the ability to get the most out of his actors. Antonio Banderas and Penelope Cruz are regulars in many of Almodóvar’s projects and they continue with critical roles in Pain and Glory.

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Camino Skies

Sydney

Walking out the grief

3.5 out of 5 stars

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Late Night

Sydney

Responding to new seasons of life

3 out of 5 stars

'If we are now holding late-night talk-show hosts to the same moral accountability as we hold politicians or clergymen, I'm out. I'm gone.' Craig Ferguson

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The Laundromat

Sydney

The Big Short as told by Meryl Streep

2 out of 5 stars

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The Lion King (2019)

Sydney

Reliving Simba's world

3 out of 5 stars

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Palm Beach

Sydney

Who can you turn to in hard times?

When thinking of ‘grey cinema,’ it is hard to imagine that names like Bryan Brown, Sam Neil, Richard E. Grant and Greta Scacchi could be in the cast. The realities are that we are all getting older. Palm Beach is a film targeted to those who have moved into the retirement range of life. Actress-turned-director Rachel Ward (Brown’s spouse) taps into the realities, fears and humour that comes along with the ageing process and the impact on friendships.

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A Dog's Journey

Sydney

Do dog's have nine lives. too?

2 out of 5 stars

Author William Cameron has managed to come to prominence by writing books of the transcendent life of our canine friends. A Dog’s Purpose spent a year on the New York Times Best Sellers list and was made into the hit film starring Dennis Quaid (I Can Only Imagine) and the voice of Josh Gadd (Beauty and the Beast). His books of the spiritual and physical journey’s of dogs continue to provide fresh stories for families to consider the conscienceless of pets while laughing and shedding a few tears in the process.

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Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan

Sydney

A rare Australian victory

3 out of 5 stars

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Once Upon a Time in.... Hollywood

Sydney

Looking through the lens of Quentin Tarantino’s imagination and maturation

4.5 out of 5 stars

When the name Quentin Tarantino is mentioned in entertainment news a vast array of considerations come along with each word. The writer, director and his public persona provide the press with more to work with than to learn the latest announcement of a film title. Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood is no exception. With the stellar cast, his continual threat for this to be his final project and the inclusion of the Manson Family murders, this project ratchets up the world’s interest for all things Tarantino.

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Rambo: Last Blood

Sydney

Will this really be the end?

2 out of 5 stars

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