The Basics lived up to their name in a stripped down, intimate gig at the Grace Emily on Tuesday night; it was a thrilling, no-frills display of honest rock’n’roll.
This 70’s styled theme continues through the music and dancing at the beginning and end of Greta’s party, which may well be the film’s funniest moments.
The Progressive Feast was a wonderful way to celebrate quality SA produce, excellent beer and wine, and Adelaide’s innovative restaurants and bars, all the while raising money and awareness for OzHarvest SA.
Australian Mia Wasikowska delivers perhaps the weakest performance, and one feels like she didn’t quite capture the tone that the film required, which wasn’t helped by a lack of chemistry between her and Hiddleston.
This film was outstanding. It has multiple Oscars awaiting it – which ones, I’m not sure
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.
The film has the ability to offer belly laughs, only to snap you back to reality with Shyamalan’s signature psychological horror.
The truly great guitarist are the ones who carve out a signature sound, instantly recognisable from a handful of notes. Former Pink Floyd front-man, David Gilmour, belongs in such elite company and, thankfully, his latest solo offering, Rattle That Lock, delivers a great deal of that familiar tone.
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.