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  • How to Build a Girl

    How to Build a Girl

    ★★★

    'How to Build a Girl' is an engaging yet average film, but will perhaps disappoint those hoping for something more from Feldstein's next move.
    - Chris dos Santos

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    www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-how-to-build-a-girl-almost-fully-built

  • 2067

    2067

    ★★

    I live in Sydney, a city which suffered its worst air quality in ten years in 2020 due to smoke caused by bushfires. Not only that, but a long-promised clean air strategy for the state of New South Wales is already three years overdue. Deforestation, pollution and species extinction are some of the most pressing issues of our time, and many of the world's best storytellers are bringing these issues to life on film. That's a great thing: a well-crafted…

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  • Top End Wedding

    Top End Wedding

    ★★★★

    I usually don’t like Australian films (in this context I'm talking about films that are made for an Australian audience, not something like ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ or ‘The Great Gatsby’, which are both made for a wider international audience) as they always portray us as farmers in the outback, but that’s only showing a very small section of our Australian identity. While ‘Top End Wedding’ does take place in the outback, it’s such a different spin on how we…

  • The Curse of La Llorona

    The Curse of La Llorona

    ★★½

    ‘The Curse of the Weeping Woman’ (or 'The Curse of La Llorona') is a nice safe horror movie. It isn’t painful to sit through like ‘Truth or Dare’ or ‘Rings’, nor is it game-changing like ‘Us’ or ‘The Conjuring’; it's right in the middle. If you have a spare 90 minutes, check out 'Weeping Woman' - it won’t anger you like a lot of modern horror and you will find it a fun sit, with some creative scares and decent acting.
    - Chris dos Santos

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    www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-the-curse-of-the-weeping-woman-horrifically-mediocre