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The franchise that takes jaw-dropping action seriously had lost a bit of its fizz. This one isn't perfect, but it's a welcome course-correction, says Anthony Morris.
Beautifully told and collaboratively made, Cousins is a powerful story of three Māori girls separated by forced assimilation, says reviewer Didi de Graaf.
Agitator, irreverent, loud – are some of the words used to describe First Nations artist Richard Bell, who has pushed buttons and extended conversations over his 30-year career, now on show at MCA.
A memoir of violence that confronts both personal and political dimensions.
A cruising tale of false leads and dangerous encounters.
From the Aunty Donna production house, Hug The Sun's brand of sketch comedy disguised as a fictional children’s program is hilarious, absurd, and sometimes uncomfortable.
Operation: Tango's unique approach to cooperative multiplayer creates an exciting spy fiction experience that's never been achieved before.
Backbone is a noir obsessed with change, transformation, and looking inward and out in equal measure.
A much-loved country tradition becomes the battleground for bigger issues.
Sparks of goodwill shine in the trail of darkness.
Fleet-footed cast graces the night to a sumptuous score.
Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart wields PlayStation 5 technology adeptly and push its genre mastery to the limits, but no further.
Directed by Australians and filmed in Guatemala, this low-key documentary explores the psychology of a nightcrawler driven to photograph the city's violent crimes.
It's the end of an era for the Fitzroy lawyer turned private investigator. A sharply scripted final series gives him a great wrap-up, says Anthony Morris.
While it starts off a bit stale, Eden's looping, iterative narrative structure helps to enrich its characters and themes, writes Mel Campbell.
Successful writers dishing up their views on reading and writing in a most palatable manner
Nier Replicant ver.1.22474487139… sees an overlooked cult game taking advantage of a rare second lease on life.
A classic story updated to interrogate race, gender and sexuality.
A fractured fairytale exposing the thin line between love and control.
The latest Ms Fisher franchise is crafted with care and style to spare. It's got a 60s sleuth you want to hang out with, says Anthony Morris.
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