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Adam Driver and John David Washington in Spike Lee’s BlackKkKlansman. Production Co: 40 Acres & A Mule Filmworks, Blumhouse Productions, Legendary Entertainment

From Klansmen to a kindergarten teacher: the unmissable films of Sydney Film Festival

The Sydney Film Festival's 2018 program was outstanding. Movies to watch out for include a WWII-contemporary mash-up set in Paris, a doco about mammoth hunters, and Spike Lee's racially charged cop movie, BlacKkKlansman.
In Upgrade, a man is implanted with AI, which gives him superhuman capabilities. Screenshot from Youtube

Upgrade is an extremely pleasurable sci-fi revenge film

Upgrade, the latest film from Saw creator Leigh Whannell, is one of the best Australian films of the 21st century.
In Cargo, Martin Freeman plays Andy, a man who has to kill his wife after she turns into a zombie and travels across country with baby daughter Rosie on his back. Addictive Pictures, Causeway Films, Head Gear Films

The Australian zombie horror Cargo is burdened by its own gravitas

In Cargo, zombies roam Australia and Aboriginal people living off the land are best equipped to repel them. The first half hour is brilliant but the film becomes far less satisfying.
Jason Mamoa as Aquaman and Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman are the best things about Justice League. Atlas Entertainment, Cruel & Unusual Films, DC Comics

Wonder Woman and Aquaman are the only charismatic leads in Justice League

The makers of Justice League embed the film in a post-9/11, post-global warming, post-Brexit, post-Trump context. But it is loud and disappointing with some genuinely unimaginative action sequences.

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