Conniving law students convinced Lucy Hughes Jones that she was contractually bound to write a positive review.
Georgia Kriz went along to the album listening of the self -titled release by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes
Indonesia is geographically adjacent to us and has a population of 238 million people, as well as a government that celebrates and endorses the mass murdering of more than half a million people that occurred between 1965 and 1966.
Jeremy Elphick went nuts at the Sydney Film Festival.
Wadjda navigates the often non-existent line between criticism of a patriarchal state and Islamaphobia. It gives the debate – which is the euphemism for misinformed and often racist assertions about what Islam is – complexity.
Stoker isn’t marked by the unabated savageness of Park’s Korean offerings, but rather restrains itself until tension builds overlong; bursting into sexual violence and bubbling back down again.
Only God Forgives is the second collaboration between Ryan Gosling and Nicolas Winding Refn, after 2011’s Drive. It can be a disaffecting, disorienting experience.
Sean O’Grady listened to the NOISE, and then talked to their violinist
Katie Davern is up in the clouds
Justin Pen checked out The Checkout