I quite enjoyed last year’s film – yes, another post-apocalyptic piece with the heroes being a bunch of teens, but I really liked the mystery involved in this premise.
So, I went to Hoyts Cinemas at Tea Tree Plaza (good thing I already have a Hoyts Members Card!), this time to see the film Everest.
This review will be a little different than my usual reviews: I had high hopes for this film. I’d heard great initial reviews and word of mouth.
Joshua Radin and Demi Louise mesmerised Adelaide on Tuesday night, bringing the small crowd at The Gov to a standstill.
It would be wrong of me to compare Greta Bradman’s voice with anyone. However, her performance in the recordings I have heard thus far affect me in the same way that I was affected the first time I heard Montserrat Caballé’s.
The AFL has urged fans to stop booing, which has seem to incite people to boo louder. What does that say about our society? When a person has the courage to speak out against bullying, we chastise them and make them feel weak. Are these the values we should we teaching our children?
As always with the MARVEL Cinematic Universe, there are flashbacks, links, Easter eggs and hints placed all throughout the film, linking Ant-Man to the larger Avengers storyline,
I saw Terminator Genisys at the Palace Nova Cinemas in Adelaide’s East End. I had heard both good and bad reviews of this film (as it’s been out for a couple of weeks now), so I went in somewhat apprehensive of what was awaiting me on screen.
As Adelaideans shivered through a cold snap, it was the weekend’s sport which moved us to tears, admiration and disbelief.
Memories are like marbles, which can be stored in various locations and retrieved when required, to provide you with, not just the memories, but the emotions associated with those memories. I actually thought this was an extremely clever way of describing how a brain works.