Review: Holding The Man

Twenty years after its initial release, Tim Conigrave’s award-winning 1995 memoir Holding The Man has made its way to the big screen – and finds not much has changed. As far as movies with a gay storyline go, it’s easy to rattle off the big hits. Brokeback Mountain is one. Jim Carrey’s I Love You Phillip Morris is another. Festival faves…

Three must-see new Australian films

We asked emerging film and television make-up artist Victoria Walton to tell us about her week at Sydney Film Festival. (Oh yeah, and did she feel like writing some reviews too?) Lucky for us, she said yes. Here she reviews hot Australian favourites Ruben Guthrie, Women He’s Undressed and The Daughter. Ruben Guthrie review After doing a makeup attachment…

The Uneducated Opinion reviews Entourage

We brought in Steven Childs of The Uneducated Opinion to give us his very uncensored opinion in this Entourage movie review. I knew it was going to be a great night. For starters my wife was out of her pyjamas for the first time in three weeks and looking like a cross between Nancy from The Craft and…

Marie reviews French-English comedy Gemma Bovery

There is much to like about Gemma Bovery, Anne Fontaine’s light, breezy French-English comedy served with a slight melancholic twist. Gemma Bovery is set in the lovely French countryside of Normandy where Fabrice Luchini stars as Martin – a former Parisian classics enthusiast who upped sticks with his family seven years ago and returned to the country to run…

Rebel’s back, Pitches.

This all-girl team of singing superheroes will definitely leave you on a high note. To me, the mark of a good sequel is when you’re genuinely loving part two without pining for part one. Back To The Future 2 took me there; so did Lord of The Rings: The Two Towers (not strictly a sequel but…