Tagged with Aussie Film

[Review] Goldstone (2016) by Bede Jermyn

[Review] Goldstone (2016) by Bede Jermyn

You know what’s kind of funny? Even though there are so many sequels released every year from Hollywood, there are surprisingly not that many sequels to Australian films. It’s not to say that they don’t exist (the MAD MAX series would be the first one to pop into people’s heads), it’s just that they’re few … Continue reading

[Review] Sherpa (2015) by Bede Jermyn

[Review] Sherpa (2015) by Bede Jermyn

If you ask me what one of my favourite genres of film, documentaries would definitely up there as one of my personal favs. One of the reasons why I love them is that no matter which subject they tackle (whether it’s something that’s either interesting, bizarre or even mundane), they always manage to explore them … Continue reading

[Video Review] The Dressmaker (2015) by Bede Jermyn

[Video Review] The Dressmaker (2015) by Bede Jermyn

Dir: Jocelyn Moorhouse Starring: Kate Winslet, Judy Davis, Liam Hemsworth, Hugo Weaving, Sarah Snook, Sacha Horler, Caroline Goodall, Rebecca Gibney, Shane Bourne, Barry Otto, Shane Jacobson, Alison Whyte, Gyton Grantley, Julia Blake. IMDb Synopsis: A glamorous woman returns to her small town in rural Australia. With her sewing machine and haute couture style, she transforms the women and exacts sweet … Continue reading

[Video Review] Holding The Man (2015) by Bede Jermyn

[Video Review] Holding The Man (2015) by Bede Jermyn

Dir: Neil Armfield Starring: Ryan Corr, Craig Stott, Kerry Fox, Camilla Ah Kin, Sarah Snook, Geoffrey Rush, Guy Pearce, Anthony LaPaglia. IMDb Synopsis: Tim and John fell in love while teenagers at their all-boys high school. John was captain of the football team, Tim an aspiring actor playing a minor part in “Romeo and Juliet”. Their romance … Continue reading

[Video Review] Partisan (2015) by Bede Jermyn

[Video Review] Partisan (2015) by Bede Jermyn

Dir: Ariel Kleiman Starring: Vincent Cassel, Jeremy Chabriel, Florence Mezzara, Alex Balaganskiy, Katalin Hegedus. IMDb Synopsis: Alexander who, raised to see the world through Gregori’s eyes, is starting to think for himself. My rating: – Bede Jermyn