Mini-Reviews: Carlotta and Edge of Tomorrow


Performances are top notch in this telemovie that depicts the life of Richard Byron who would later be known to the world as Carlotta.

Jessica Marais and Eamon Farren’s performances in particular are outstanding to watch. I’ve been fortunate enough to see Eamon Farren on stage a couple of times and am glad that a bigger audience gets to see his talent present in this telemovie.

On top of the telemovie, the DVD contains a number of extras, which are definitely worth watching.

Airs on ABC1 on 19 June 2014 at 8:30pm and will be released on DVD on 2 July 2014.

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Diana opens in Australia October 10

Naomi Watts to light up screens

across Australia from

October 10

Credit to Becker Film Group.

Local audiences will finally have the chance to see Australian actress Naomi Watts in an unforgettable performance as Princess Diana, when Becker Film Group releases the highly anticipated film, DIANA in wide release right across the country on October 10. Continue reading

Heath Ledger Scholarship finalists announced

Credit to AAP.

Some of Australia’s top young TV actors are hoping to leave Australia and make it big in Hollywood.

Los Angeles-based organisation Australians in Film has announced the finalists of its 2013 Heath Ledger Scholarship, which is designed to help three talented Australian actors break through in Hollywood. Continue reading

Man of Steel Two Disc Soundtrack

Credit to Roadshow Films.

(May 02, 2013 – Los Angeles, CA) – On June 11, 2013, WaterTower Music will release two configurations of the Man Of Steel: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. The album will be available in standard form as well as a limited edition deluxe version at all physical and digital retailers. Academy Award®, Grammy®, and Golden Globe®-winning composer Hans Zimmer composed the music for this highly anticipated project, joining forces for the first time with director Zack Snyder.
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Silver Linings Playbook #1 in Australia

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Australians have rushed to see Jennifer Lawrence in her Oscar winning performance, resulting in Silver Linings Playbook claiming the #1 spot at the Australian box office, four weeks after its opening. Continue reading

Silver Linings Playbook



I will say this straight up. I am not an expert on mental illness, I have no degrees, no qualifications, nothing. But I have been surrounded by people who suffer from mental illness. So I have seen first hand knowledge of the questioning that might occur from  those suffering particular conditions and with the highs comes the lows. You have to recognise them and be careful not to cause a downhill spiral when a person is at their low.

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The Lucky One – Review

I couldn’t get along to The Lucky One World Premiere in Sydney on April 9, but Bianca Ergan was kind enough to go on my behalf. So here is her review of the movie. Enjoy!

Review: The Lucky One
By Bianca Ergan

The Lucky One isn’t your average romantic drama – and that’s not just because hottie Zac Efron’s it! Although, his looks aside, Efron’s performance throughout the film is one of the reasons why it’s so good. Continue reading

My thoughts on The Hunger Games (contains spoilers)

The Hunger Games (contains spoilers)

When I got a ticket to the movie, my first reaction was, those who have read the books would be slightly jealous of me, especially considering I have not read the trilogy.  But thanks to the Internet, I was spoiled before seeing the movie. So below are just some of my thoughts on the movie from a non-reader of the books. Continue reading