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Heart and Spirit of Regional Australia Shown in ‘The Dry’ Starring Eric Bana

By: Laura Bennett

Since last summer’s bushfires and through the COVID pandemic, the tenacious Australian spirit and our harsh landscapes have carried a new significance to many across our country. Read more

‘Christmas Jars’ Has Inspired People All Over the World To Be Altruistic

By: Laura Bennett

In December, binging on Christmas movies is pretty much a given for festive-season devotees and, this year alone, Hallmark has released 40 new holiday titles while Netflix have added over 15 originals to their slate. Read more

Western Australian Sheep Farming Life the Feature of ‘Rams’ Remake [Movie Review]

By: Laura Bennett

It may be slim pickings at the cinema this year but, if you can pull yourself away from your blockbuster cravings, smaller movies like Australian production Rams are deserving of a bit of the limelight. Read more

The Comey Rule – Is Telling the Truth Manipulative? [Review]

By: Laura Bennett

The world is fascinated by who becomes the next American President. It is hard to imagine any country whose political system is subject to more screen time, whether it be news coverage, special events, TV series or movies – both fact and fiction. Read more

‘The Broken Hearts Gallery’ – A Truly Modern Rom-Com

By: Laura Bennett

Love is a wondrous thing, but sometimes it can be soul-crushing. In the quest for love and to find that special someone, you’re invariably going to meet some duds and undoubtedly have your heart broken. The good thing is, as we see in The Broken Hearts Gallery, you’re not alone in your pain. Read more

‘Trolls: World Tour’ is the Feel-Good-Glitter-Hype Your Family Needs this Year

By: Laura Bennett

If you weren’t on a hyperactive sugar high before watching Trolls: World Tour, you’ll certainly feel like you’re immersed in one afterwards. Read more

Diana Ross’ Daughter in ‘The High Note’ – A Story About Risks and Reinvention

By: Laura Bennett

Tales of trying to achieve your dreams and living in LA or NYC go hand-in-hand in many movies. But, where other films are about personal achievement and reputation, The High Note is about growth and standing your ground. Read more

‘Enola Holmes’ – The Female-Led Mystery For the Whole Family

By: Laura Bennett

We’re really spoiled for choice in the arena of online entertainment but, even so, it can be hard to find something to watch that’s enjoyable, thoughtful and accessible for the whole family — enter, Enola Holmes. Read more

‘The Secret Garden’ — A Place to Heal Together, In a Year of Being Forced Apart

By: Laura Bennett

The Secret Garden is one of those movies that is both beautiful and tragic. Read more

Disney’s Live-Action ‘Mulan’ Spotlights a Servant’s Heart and Sacrificial Love

By: Laura Bennett

This year has been a historical one for cinema, including Disney’s long-awaited live-action remake of Mulan – releasing on its streaming platform on Friday 4th September. Read more