On a Monday morning in September of 2021, I sat down on my couch and hit play.
80 years after its release, we return to Casablanca and remember its potent mix of romance, thrills and cynicism
Ningla-A’Na has now been restored and is being re-released in Australian cinemas.
E.T. is a movie with a heart. The special effects are minimal. What counts is the story, and the boy and his friend at its centre.
Australian classic The Castle is turning 25 this month - here’s why its iconic quotes and Aussie battler story have become beloved and revered.
In the early 1970s, the movie musical was calling for a radical approach: Cabaret would be that groundbreaking revision.
They’re creepy, kooky and all together still a great film 30 years on.
Wong’s films explore the indelible passage of time as registered in the everyday lives of his unforgettable protagonists.
Chopper, with Eric Bana in the title role, detonated on our screens 20 years ago. The film is aggressively self-aware in its provocations but its depiction of domestic violence has not aged well.
Kon Ichikawa’s documentary of the 1964 games is one of the great sporting documentaries – if not simply one of the great documentaries.
Wake in Fright premiered at Cannes in 1971 but met with a shocked reaction. It largely fell into obscurity for 40 years, yet is now considered a classic.
It was the film that put the gangsta in Shakespeare: loud, brash, and brimming with pistols and gold chains.
Home Alone is a beloved Christmas classic now 30-years-old – but it gets dark. Really dark.
In the lead-up to Nolan’s new film Tenet, Inception is being re-released in cinemas. Even after ten years, the movie still holds surprises..
Babe combined cutting edge visual effects with a moving story of success in the face of adversity that still resonates today.
Clueless turns 25 this year. The film, a loose adaptation of Jane Austen’s Emma, is a cult classic that has spawned books, a TV series, a musical and countless fashion tributes.
The groundbreaking German expressionist film Cabinet of Dr. Caligari premiered in 1920. It is just as shocking – and influential – 100 years on.