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REVIEW: PAWNO Second Hand Souls

Directed by Paul IrelandStarring John Brumpton, Damian Hill, Malcolm Kennard, Mark Cole Smith, Maeve Dermody, Kerry ArmstrongOne of the surprise standouts of last year's CinefestOz finally gets its chance to wi...
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REVIEW: MARGUERITE: Grace Note

Directed by Xavier GiannoliStarring Catherine Frot, Andre Marcon, Denis Mpunga, Michel FauSet in post-World War One France, Marguerite centres on the titular ageing socialite (Catherine Frot), a music lover who...
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REVIEW: BROKE After The Final Siren

Directed by Heath DavisStarring Steve Le Marquand, Max Cullen, Claire van der Boom, Steve Bastoni, Justin RosniakFirst time feature director Heath Davis gets strong performances out of a truly impressive Austra...
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REVIEW: TRIPLE 9 Cop Out

Directed by John HillcoatStarring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Casey Affleck, Antony Mackie, Clifton Collins, Jr., Kate WinsletThe obvious touchstones for this ill-conceived crime thriller are Heat and Training Day, but i...
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REVIEW: BROOKLYN Bridging Visa

Directed by John CrowleyStarring Saoirse Ronan, Emory Cohen, Julie Walters, Jim Broadbent.Adapted from the 2009 novel of the same name by Colm Toibin, Brooklyn follows a young girl's journey in the 1950s from t...
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REVIEW: THE END OF THE TOUR On The Road

Directed by James PonsoldtStarring Jesse Eisenberg, Jason SegelDrawing on the book Although Of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself by David Lipsky, The End Of The Tour is a kind of rolling chamber piece that bo...
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REVIEW: THE DANISH GIRL The ‘Mayne Man

Directed by Tom HooperStarring Eddie Redmayne, Alicia Vikander, Matthew Schoenaerts, Ben WhishawThe Danish Girl broke my heart. I desperately wanted to love it, I needed it to be magnificent, and was ...
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REVIEW: STEVE JOBS Mac Daddy

Directed by Danny BoyleStarring Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet, Seth Rogen, Jeff Daniels"Print the legend," the old saying goes, but Steve Jobs eschews that to navigate a trickier path. Simultaneously an act ...