The French Dispatch

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Sometimes things just click: Cookies and milk, peanut butter and jelly, a burger and fries. Yet somehow it took this long to finally realize the commonalities and perfect pairing that is Wes Anderson and The New Yorker — it feels almost too perfect. They certainly share some sensibilities; call it an appreciation of the finer […]

The French Dispatch – Movie Review
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“Luzzu”

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“Luzzu” is a simple but gripping drama about a Maltese fisherman facing the end of his generations-long profession in a world of globe-trotting trawlers, international trade and climate change. Its star is a real-life Maltese fisherman, a man so intimately acquainted with his way of life and the desolation of losing it that what we’re […]

Movie Review: A Maltese fisherman faces a changing way of life in his “Luzzu”
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10 Must-See Australian Films

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The Australian film industry has gone through a tough time over the last decade where it has been rare for a film to truly break out and become a hit with both audiences and critics alike. Many of the breakout hits from recent times have been feel good follies […]

10 Must-See Australian Films: Eddie’s Take
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A Most Violent Year (2014)

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Set against the backdrop of New York City 1981, one of the most violent years recorded in the city’s history, businessman Abel Morales (Isaac) and […]

Film Review – A Most Violent Year (2014)
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