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Abominable

Sydney

Do you have Yeti in your closet?

Yetis and China have been given their fair share of cinematic attention in the past few years. From Small Foot to Missing Link to Monster Inc., the legendary snowman has proven to be a drawcard for families. The latest version of the loveable, white monster has been on the boil at Dreamworks and Pearl Studio for the past decade with it making its debut in theatres this year.

Ministry Centre: Sydney

Zombieland: Double Tap

Sydney

Zombieland fans: This one is to die for

3 out of 5 stars

Calling all Zombieland fans; this film is for all of those who loved the original. Over the past decade, since it's release, zombies have become all-pervasive throughout the media. Television, cinemas and video games are all inhabited by the undead but despite its cult following will this next chapter of this post-apocalyptic America offer anything new to the zombie narrative?

Ministry Centre: Sydney

Judy & Punch

Sydney

The pain of puppettering

3 out of 5 stars

Ministry Centre: Sydney

21 Bridges

Sydney

A bridge too far

2 out of 5 stars

New York City provides a rich background for a multitude of film genres from rom-coms to murder mysteries to the majority of Woody Allen’s filmography. The multiple boroughs of this ever-changing city afford filmmakers with unique communities of people and their stories. Manhattan is at the heart of the city and twenty-one bridges serve as the arteries and give life to the island. It is in this community that the latest police drama ventures to show the strength and vulnerability of the city.

Ministry Centre: Sydney

Charlie's Angels

Sydney

The most sexist film of the year

1 out of 5 stars

Ministry Centre: Sydney

The Dead Don't Die

Sydney

Is this a zombie film or a comedy?

2 out of 5 stars

Over the past few decades, people have been getting ready for the zombie apocalypse, but the reality is that the invasion has already occurred. Zombies continue to dominate film, television and literature and their attack does not seem to be slowing down. The undead influence has invaded multiple genres despite finding their history in horror. In the same tradition of Edgar Wright’s Shaun of the Dead, director Jim Jarmusch has reanimated these creatures in his latest dark comedy.

Ministry Centre: Sydney

Honey Boy

Sydney

The story behind Shia LeBeouf's childhood

4 out of 5 stars

Ministry Centre: Sydney

The Art of Racing in the Rain

Sydney

Dog days at the racetrack

3 out of 5 stars

The ‘mind of a dog’ film has been a regular part of Hollywood’s repertoire throughout the decades. The formula usually involves comedy, tragedy and a dog bowl full of tears. The Art of Racing in the Rain does add the testosterone-laden element of the car racing scene, but can this aspect change the expectations of this genre of films?

Ministry Centre: Sydney

Spenser Confidential

Sydney

The one, two punch of Wahlberg and Berg

2.5 out of 5 stars

When you think of the great cinematic collaborations throughout history, some may think of Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks or Jimmy Stewart and Alfred Hitchcock. Yet, there is a multitude of directors and actors who have worked together throughout their careers. Some partnerships have proven to deliver different degrees of success. Still, there is one that seems to be going strong, Mark Wahlberg and director Peter Berg.

Ministry Centre: Sydney

I Am Mother

Sydney

Who's your Mama?

3.5 out of 5 stars

None of the characters we meet are ever given a name, and the named characters (whom we never meet) all have well-known biblical names: Jacob, Rachel, and Simon.

Ministry Centre: Sydney