Deliberately and provocatively confronting racism head on, ‘Down Under’ attempts to take a balanced look at the ridiculous side of a serious subject.
I cannot stress to you how horrible this film is! It’s one of the worst films I’ve ever seen.
Not PIXAR’s best work by any stretch, but definitely a film for the younger children out there, who will love it.
Legend tells the story of the late 1960s “Swinging Sixties” London Underworld; mainly the rise and fall of the notorious Kray Twins.
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.
Thanks to Universal Pictures, we are giving tickets away to see Everest.
The plot is disjointed, jumping across time, and completely dismissing what should have been a solid chunk of the film. Character development is almost non-existent, and you can’t identify or empathise with the main characters…
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,