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Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears

Sydney

A film that only fans can love

2.5 out of 5 stars

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Bad Boys for Life

Sydney

Please let this franchise conclude

3 out of 5 stars

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The Hunt

Sydney

Are we the hunters or the prey?

2 out 5 stars

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Wonderstruck

Sydney

Do you need to hear the world to experience it?

Certain films leave you bewildered. It is a simple statement that comes on the heels of watching a movie like Wonderstruck. A beautifully produced project from the director of Dark Waters and Carol, Todd Haynes. An adaptation of the visionary historical novel from author Brian Selznick. Utilising a style that screams out to be seen, but will most likely leave most viewers with a feeling of befuddlement that will linger for days afterwards.

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The Healer

Sydney

Can we explain the supernatural?

2 out of 5 stars

While the world sits in isolation, Netflix and Hollywood attempt to dig into their archives to find films that might grab audiences. They found a project from 2017 from the director and philanthropist Paco Arango that went to support children with cancer called The Healer. The proceeds from the film would go to helping sick children in conjunction with the camps founded by Paul Newman.

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Seberg

Sydney

Kristen Stewart is Breathless

3 out of 5 stars

In 1960, legendary French director Jean-Paul Belmondo released Breathless, which made an up and coming actress from Marshalltown, Iowa (USA) a film icon. Jean Seberg (Kristen Stewart) became an international star and went on to star in over 30 films in Hollywood and Europe, most notable were Lilith and Airport. During this era, she decided to use her fame as a catalyst to support antiwar protests and most notably the Black Panthers.

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Escape from Pretoria

Sydney

What would you do for your convictions?

3.5 out of 5 stars

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100% Wolf

Sydney

A new twist on Teen Wolf

2.5 out of 5 stars

The common thread of The Munsters, The Addams Family and Hotel Transylvania is the motivation to take traditional movie monsters and make them into the protagonists. The reversal of roles is not new, but it does cut a fine line between farce and believability. Australian author Jayne Lyons attempts this transformation with werewolves in her book and the recent release of 100% Wolf.

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What's the point of evil?

God in the dock

‘Curse God and die!’ – so Job was told by his wife when he faced terrible suffering. How should we respond to suffering and evil? And if one believes in the existence of ‘evil’, where does it come from and why does God allow it? Join us as David Robertson plunges us into an extraordinary scene recorded in Job chapter two when one day ‘the angels came to present themselves before the Lord, and Satan also came with them…’.

Confidence in the face of uncertainty

How can we have confidence when we face an uncertain future?

How can we have confidence when we face an uncertain future? Many of us can convince others and even ourselves that we are confident, unexpected events can highlight just how precarious our confidence is. How confident are you about the future?