A Quiet Place: Part II delivers suspense and scares cementing John Krasinski as a director to watch.
June Again is a watchable but largely unconvincing and contrived exploration of dementia through one family’s journey from disintegration to resurrection.
A heart-warming, hilarious rollick that is as poignant as it is playful, Rosa and her joyously dysfunctional family take the audience on a journey of self-discovery, love and saying yes.
Guy Ritchie brings his brand of macho action and tongue-in-cheek wit to Wrath of Man, his latest suspenseful action film.
A compelling story of an unexpected and epic journey, the full-length feature film Atlantis Untold will show at this year’s Adelaide Fringe.
Long Story Short rewards perseverance and, after a sputtering start, reveals enough heart and substance to make this film worth seeing.
Written and directed by Adelaide’s own Sia, Music is a cinematic ode to the star’s musical talents.
Marie Curie’s story is an important one, and should have presented an enthralling film subject, but Marjane Satrapi’s Radioactive is an overly bleak film, revising history arbitrarily and often reducing triumph to trial, and treating redemption as a belated and understated postscript.
Summer land – Jessica Swale’s directorial debut – is a sensitively told story of loss and redemption, powered by strong performances from Gemma Arterton and Gugu Mbatha-Raw.
An Italian romance revealing the struggles of long-term relationships.