Month: November 2015

PIAF Lotterywest Festival Films – A Perfect Day

A unique approach to examining life inside a warzone fails to convince in Fernando Leon de Aranoa’s dramedy, A Perfect Day. :star: :star: ½ Rhys Graeme-Drury A Perfect Day sees...
1950s flick Sunset Boulevard is a defining and essential piece of Hollywood cinema – boosting its cast, writer/director, and an entire genre. Tom Munday Film noir, coming to fruition throughout...
Take a trip to smoky gin joints and sun-drenched flea markets in Casablanca, a timeless classic that transcended the 1940’s Hollywood studio system to resonate just as strongly to this...
Rabid werewolf babies and ghastly, giant bats; Hotel Transylvania 2 fills the screen with zany characters and bright colours, but fails to offer anything for adults. :star: :star: ½ Zachary...
In Harmony is perhaps best consumed as an entrée to PIAF. While it offers a small taste of promising things to come, it will leave you with an insatiable hunger...
Jumping across the US/Mexico border, Sicario is a gruelling and confounding drama-thriller that ranks among the best films of the year. :star: :star: :star: :star: ½ Tom Munday Sicario is...