The Mummy

The Mummy is the first movie in a new franchise series from Universal that steps back to the original from 1999 and re-writes the storyline and characters rather than being written as either a sequel or prequel.   To some this will be confusing or will be compared to the original, but if you view…

Revolutionary horror film Get Out

Get Out is a revolutionary horror-edy film that’s extremely socially and racially poignant. The spine chiller begins when African-American boyfriend Chris travels to meet his girlfriend Rose’s parents for the first time. They spend the weekend with her neurosurgeon father and psychiatrist mother in their affluent rural town, but Chris is nervous about how they…

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Take the kids to Smurfs this Easter holidays

This school holidays Sony pictures presents The Smurfs: The Lost Village, leading you through the enchanted tale of Smurfette (Demi Lovato) who in a village full of male Smurfs ventures out to find her sole purpose. While Smurfette takes the central stage this fully animated movie still features all your favourite little blue characters including;…

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Their Finest dramatic and romantic film for Brisbane

Directed by Lone Scherfig, Their Finest is a charming drama and romantic comedy set in 1940, war time London. Gemma Arterton stars as Catrin Cole, a young Welsh born woman desperate to earn an income to support herself and her artist husband Jack (Ellis Cole).  Dressed in chic tailored clothing, she is interviewed for a…

Logan

Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart have saved their best for last. Logan, the latest addition to the X-Men cinema franchise, is hands down their best film to date.  The third spinoff focusing on fan-favourite Wolverine, Logan’s MA15+ rating allowed director James Mangold to make a movie that more accurately portrayed the comic book version of…

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Epic game Assassin’s Creed hits the big screens 

Assassin’s Creed brings to life one of the most popular games of recent generations in a fast paced all action cinema spectacular. Australia’s own Justin Kurzel directs the film with its lavish historical scenes and its soaring city-spanning camera pans overlooking the dusty streets and grand palaces of Spanish Inquisition-era Andalucia. Michael Fassbender brilliantly dual-wields…

Top 5 performances for 2016

1. Little Shop of Horrors You may have seen the film adaptation of Alan Menken and Howard Ashman’s musical horror comedy, but prepare to experience this quirky cult classic live.  Showing at QPAC from June 1, Little Shop of Horrors is only set for eight days’ worth of shows, so get in before you miss out!…