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Tiger King: Are We Much Different From Joe Exotic?

By: Sam Chan

While, in isolation, plenty of people binged Netflix’s crime documentary, “Tiger King” (2020). Read more

Jeremy Camp’s Story of Faith Amid Heartbreak and Tragedy

Above: Jeremy Camp

By: Laura Bennett

When you fall in love and say “I do”, you believe it’s going to last forever. Read more

Harrison Ford Taps Into His Vulnerable Side, in ‘Call of the Wild’

By: Laura Bennett

Dogs, men and the mountains are a winning combination for adventure stories about rekindling our wild spirit, and the silent power of friendship. Read more

Emma Turns ‘Mean Girl’ in 2020 Adaptation of a Classic

By: Laura Bennett

There’s one word to describe Emma: ‘immaculate’. Read more

H is for Happiness [Movie Review]

By: Jonathan Weir

H is for Happiness has to be one of the most enjoyable family films to come out of Australia since Babe. Based on the book My Life as an Alphabet by Barry Jonsberg, and directed by feature film debutant John Sheedy, Read more

A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood’ [Movie Review]

By: Laura Bennett

If you don’t know who Fred Rogers is, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood is a really strange movie. Read more

The Struggle (to Live Sustainably) is Real, in ‘The Biggest Little Farm’

By: Laura Bennett

Reducing food waste, ‘sustainability’, and the elimination of single-use plastics are all noble practises that our world’s increasingly trying to adopt – but for these ideals to be embraced en masse, our lifestyles and systems of production have to change at a fundamental level.
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Will Smith in Spies in Disguise — An Unlikely Pigeon Pairing Saving the World

By: Laura Bennett

You’re spoiled for choice these holidays with streaming and cinema options, but thankfully, Spies in Disguise can make your binge watching meaningful.
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Waving the Flag for Independence – and Love – in another remake of ‘Little Women’

By: Laura Bennett

This is the year for the March sisters, with this weeks’ Little Women the second movie to tell their story in as many months.

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Depth and a Little Darkness as Anna and Elsa Seek Answers, in ‘Frozen 2’

By: Laura Bennett

Sequels aren’t normally as hotly anticipated as Frozen II has been.

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