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This year's Boxing Day superhero flick is a splashy romp shot on the Gold Coast and directed by James Wan.
The sixth film in the Transformers franchise successfully swaps smash-and-crash action for a small-scale story with heart.
Director Damien Ryan’s theatrical genius is on full display in this must-see rendition of Shakespeare’s timeless history cycle.
Patrić uses the short story form to perfection and is no less adept with the novella.
Escher x nendo will surprise, delight and challenge.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year!
The set design for The Gruffalo's Child is very simple but effective. There’s also lots of participation required from the kids including calling out, singing and dancing.
In 2018 we see Sydney Dance Company’s 23 graduates in this thrilling program, which was an exciting mix of five short works.
War and zombies combine in this gory yet grounded horror effort from Australian director Julius Avery.
A contemporary take on a very old tradition speak both of legacies and a very energised and personalised future.
Mark Gatiss deserves all the praise for his role as King George III.
A Christmas set zombie-musical-comedy with joy and bite.
With an engrossing story, shrewd female perspectives, complex shed debrief and some excellent physical comedy, including moustache work, The Club is great fun to watch, even if football shits you.
Netflix has given new life to Orson Welles's unfinished film and Adrian Martin finds it fascinating.
Relentlessly entertaining and packed with jokes, this plays to animation's strengths while retaining Spidey's iconic teen angst.
Ayres teaches us the transcendental power of music, Afghanistan’s fighting spirit and the peaks and valleys of the Middle East.
Broadway legend Hal Prince has recreated his original 1978 production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Evita starring local pop legend Tina Arena.
Having on had two exhibitions in his lifetime, Tuckson's contribution to Australian abstraction is still felt, as was his celebration of Pacific art, both explored in a new survey exhibition.
Without supplementing their earnings by smuggling tobacco, the de Boers family cannot survive.
A film celebrating a fabulous ball and some people who've changed the world.
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