Blackbird is a movie that captures the emotions of a family respectfully trying accept loss, but also puts a very superficial take on the complex issue of assisted dying.
Since last summer’s bushfires and through the COVID pandemic, the tenacious Australian spirit and our harsh landscapes have carried a new significance to many across our country.
Nolan has a penchant for mind-bending plot lines and visual effects and neither your senses or your intellect get a break in Tenet – it’s wonderful.
Military Wives offers a striking insight into a world that for many, may never be our own, but one we should be hugely grateful for.
Jungle Beat is perfect for young kids finding their way in the world, and will leave them wanting to embrace people who don’t feel like they fit in.
Do we offer kindness as a means to feeling ‘upstanding’? Or is it truly out of genuine value for another life and our desire to serve them?
Pop the corn, lay back and work your way through these top five movies to stream this Mother’s Day!
Jeremy Camp’s story is a tragic one of love, loss, grief and faith, and is now being told on the big screen in I Still Believe.
It’s rare to see the Star Wars / Han Solo icon so ‘undone’ on screen, and you get the impression it’s exactly why he said yes to the role.
If you ever found Emma a likeable character in previous versions of this Jane Austen tale, it’s unlikely you will in this one.