Set to Richard Tognetti’s Australian Chamber Orchestra, this Willem Dafoe-narrated documentary explores man’s fascination with mountains.
Month: December 2017
REVIEW: Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017)
As Supreme Leader Snoke’s (Serkis) First Order closes in on the Resistance, led by General Leigh (Fisher), a group of plucky fighters – including Finn (Boyega) and pilot Poe Dameron (Isaac) – embark on a daring mission. Meanwhile, Rey (Ridley) attempts to enlist the aid of a certain Luke Skywalker (Hamill), and finds herself locked in a strange bond with a fierce adversary.
REVIEW: Good Time (2017)
When a botched bank robbery lands his mentally challenged younger brother Nick (Safdie) in jail, Constantine “Connie” Nikas (Pattinson) scours the New York night-time underworld in a dangerous, desperate bid to free him.
5 films that’ll really make you feel the cold this December
You better bring your hat and gloves, because here are 5 films that’ll really make you feel the cold…
REVIEW: Happy End (2017)
When her mother is hospitalised after being found unconscious under rather suspicious circumstances, 13-year old Eve Laurent (Harduin) is sent away to Calais to live with her father Thomas (Kassovitz) – a home also shared with rest of the Laurent clan, including sister Anne (Huppert) and elderly father Georges (Trintignant).
REVIEW: Wonder (2017)
Born with a rare medical facial disfigurement, science obsessed August ‘Auggie’ Pullman (Tremblay) has spent his early years under a toy astronaut’s helmet, home-schooled by his mother, Isabel (Roberts). Approaching the start of fifth grade, Isabel and husband Nate (Wilson) make the decision to send Auggie to middle-school. As we know, school can be an unforgiving place; but amidst the teasing, tears, and tantrums, there are timely teachings and touching companionships to be found.