Dreams sometimes come in different golf bags: Russ Matthews reviews the new film, ‘The Phantom of the Open’ – a sport based drama with a comic twist.
The Gray Man is an excellent introduction to a new action hero who is a combination of both antihero and compassionate warrior, writes Russ Matthews.
The decline in Australia of those who call themselves Christian has been remarkable over the past decade. The past five decades has seen a dramatic drop.
The back-story of Gru and his desire be a super-villain reflects the basic human need to be wanted and accepted by one’s peers, says Reel Dialogue.
Put on your blue suede shoes and get out to see Lurhmann’s vision of the King, is the strong advice of film critic Russ Matthews.
Radical expressive individualism – deciding who we want to be outside of the confines of others – isn’t creating the flourishing they promise on the bottle.
With three Oscars, the heartwarming CODA has taken the world by surprise, giving us an insight into the lives of Children of Deaf Adults.
13-year-old newcomer Walker Scobell outshines even Ryan Reynolds, in this heartfelt Netflix offering about grief and growing up.
Do we need another version? Oh, yeah. Critic Russ Matthews shares his take on the latest iteration of the neverending Batman movie tradition.
A conversation that offers fascinating insights and perhaps a model for how to have civil and thoughtful conversations about God, gods and bigger questions.