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Interview: Nobody producer Kelly McCormick on being a female voice in a testosterone-filled genre

March 30, 2021

Following its box office success in the US – the film topped the North American chart as one of the few films to maintain a cinema-only rollout – Nobody is planning its Australian unleashing on April 1st (no joke!).  In relation to the film’s release (you can read our review here), Peter Gray chatted with […]

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Film Review: Nobody is aware of how smart it needs to be in order to sell its action-driven lunacy

March 24, 2021

A film like Nobody is inevitably going to be likened to similarly-themed actioners such as John Wick and Taken.  And that’s not a bad thing, given how well-liked those films are (or, in the context of Taken, at least the first one), with the middle-aged-man-defending-what’s-rightfully-his narrative proving an easy sell.  Nobody is perhaps the easiest […]

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Film Review: Incredibles 2 (USA, 2018) brings more laughs than the original as the cast shines

June 12, 2018

It has been a very, very long 14 years, but the long-awaited sequel that many were asking for is finally here. Toy Story 4 Incredibles 2 has finally arrived! The first film was branded as the Fantastic Four film that people deserved and it catapulted the career of director Brad Bird to new heights, including […]

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Sarah Paulson, Carrie Coon, Bob Odenkirk and more join Steven Spielberg’s The Papers

June 9, 2017

Steven Spielberg is certainly a busy man. Currently in the midst of a lengthy post-production period for his sci-fi adaptation Ready Player One, the influential director has wasted little time getting his next project off the ground. With Spielberg’s Pentagon Papers film The Papers (previously titled The Post) ambitiously being fast-tracked for an awards-friendly 2017 release. The film has previously […]

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Breaking down Season 2 of Better Call Saul with Rhea Seehorn and Peter Gould

August 26, 2016

These days especially, it’s rare to find a prequel to anything – be it a film, TV show, movie, comic or game – that lives up to its legacy. However, AMC’s follow-up to the critically acclaimed Breaking Bad might be that rare exception. Better Call Saul is more than just a spin-off to Walter White’s […]

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AMC to develop miniseries of David Carr’s The Night of The Gun with Bob Odenkirk to star

June 9, 2016

Reported by The Hollywood Reporter, there’s been talk of a potential miniseries based on David Carr’s memoir, The Night of The Gun. AMC will be teaming up with some familiar faces if the series does move forward in production. The network announced on Monday night that they will be working with Sony Pictures Television to develop […]

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TV Review: Better Call Saul Season 2, Episodes 8-10 Review (USA, 2016)

April 20, 2016

These final three episodes of Better Call Saul‘s second season feel like they leave the series at a fascinating crossroads. In spite of the bold proclamation that ended the first season, Jimmy McGill’s evolution into Saul Goodman isn’t anywhere near that clear-cut. This season has seen him start to become Saul – one choice at a time […]

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TV Review: Better Call Saul Season 2, Episodes 5-7 Review (USA, 2016)

March 30, 2016

When we last tuned into Better Call Saul, the show had left us on a cliffhanger with the consequences of Jimmy’s (Bob Odenkirk) initiative at Davis & Main and Nacho’s (Michael Mando) bid to kill Tuco (Raymond Cruz) hanging over our heads. If anything, the last four episodes of Better Call Saul have really hammered […]

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TV Review: Better Call Saul , Season 2, Episodes 2-4 (USA, 2016)

March 8, 2016

Better Call Saul is unique among the cable-drama landscape in that it doesn’t go for the big dramatic stakes. When it comes to Vince Gilligan‘s follow-up/prequel to Breaking Bad, the smaller and more personal the stakes, the better. If the first four episodes of the show’s second season are any indication, Gilligan, Peter Gould, Bob Odenkirk and […]

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