Daniel Radcliffe

First Impressions: STAN’s Miracle Workers is a weirdly relatable existential workplace comedy

February 12, 2019

What do you get when you take a reluctant easily distracted God, a bunch of overworked angels and a bet that has the continued existence of Earth on the line? The new 7 episode mini-series on STAN called Miracle Workers, based on the novel “What In God’s Name” by series creator Simon Rich gives us […]

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Win a copy of Beast of Burden, starring Daniel Radcliffe, on Blu-ray

June 4, 2018

Daniel Radcliffe brings his huge star power to the nerve-shredding, heart-pounding thriller Beast Of Burden. Daniel Radcliffe is Sean Haggerty – a trusted mule for an international cartel running cocaine across the U.S./Mexico border. Little do they know, however, that Sean is also working for the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA). Alone in a small plane, […]

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Melbourne International Film Festival Review: Jungle (Australia, 2017) tells of Yossi Ghinsberg’s Intense and Dramatic Journey

August 14, 2017

Ever since his resounding success with the Harry Potter franchise Daniel Radcliffe has continued to push the boundaries of his acting career with fantastic and varied performances in both Swiss Army Man and Imperium. Now Radcliffe has completed one of his most physically demanding roles yet portraying Yossi Ghinsberg, an Israeli adventurer who became stranded […]

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Review: Live from The Old Vic starring Daniel Radcliffe, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead hits Australian cinemas

June 21, 2017

Get yourself ready for an evening of belly laughs and deep concentration because absurdism is back, and it is better than ever! Tom Stoppard‘s groundbreaking 20th century absurdist play Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead is celebrating its 50th anniversary, and thanks to the National Theatre Live, you are able to see it fresh from its […]

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Harry Potter’s Daniel Radcliffe turns Neo-Nazi in latest film trailer of Imperium

July 7, 2016

Gone are the days of Harry Potter, yet Daniel Radcliffe has been setting himself pretty well in the world of cinema as of late. Reported by Dark Horizons, Radcliffe plays an interesting character for upcoming film title Imperium. His character role will be of Nate Foster, an FBI agent tasked with infiltrating the neo-Nazi movement. […]

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Sydney Film Festival Film Review: Swiss Army Man (M, USA, 2016)

June 10, 2016

Simply put, Swiss Army Man is a story about how a man, whilst lost and trapped on an island, befriends a seemingly magical corpse in order to find his way back to civilisation. However, this film is far more than that, it’s an examination of a multitude of themes. A comedy, a drama,a tale of friendship […]

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Film Review: Now You See Me 2 (USA, 2016)

June 1, 2016

The first Now You See Me had a thrifty premise and a slick cast but was let down by a last-minute plot twist that was, quite literally, almost-unbelievable. The second film,  while disappointingly not called either Now You See Me Too or Now You Don’t, settles a more evenly-spread acceptance of the impossible. However, if the series’ previous […]

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DVD Review: Victor Frankenstein (USA, 2015)

April 26, 2016

If nothing else, Victor Frankenstein succeeds in its efforts to retell the story of the titular figure, and not the monster he’s so often conflated with. This re-imagining of the horror classic sees Frankenstein and his assistant Igor take center stage over the pair’s iconic creation, playing less a horror flick and more of a character-driven period […]

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Victor Frankenstein director Paul McGuigan talks overhauling Igor

April 24, 2016

Released overseas last year and releasing on DVD and Blu-ray next month, Paul McGuigan‘s Victor Frankenstein is nothing if not an unconventional take on the material. McGuigan’s remix of the horror classic sees a young Victor Frankenstein (James McAvoy) rescue Igor (Daniel Radcliffe) from the circus in pursuit of an assistant to aid him in his attempts […]

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The Four Horsemen return in the new trailer for Now You See Me 2

March 17, 2016

A sequel the 2013 magician-thriller, Now You See Me 2 has a new trailer. It remains a great shame that they didn’t just name the film Now You Don’t  – but this new trailer provides a  bit more context for what the film is about beyond providing an excuse for Jesse Eisenberg and Woody Harrelson to break the […]

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Watch The New Trailer For Now You See Me 2

November 19, 2015

The illusionists known as The Four Horsemen are back for their second act in Now You See Me 2. Original cast members such as Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson and Dave Franco are all returning, with the addition of Lizzy Caplan and Daniel Radcliffe. After the first installment Now You See Me in 2013, featuring magic […]

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Film Review: Kill Your Darlings (MA15+) (USA, 2013)

December 10, 2013

“Rhyme, meter, conceit. Without this balance, a poem becomes slack.” Allan Ginsberg’s poetry professor proclaims this line in the earlier moments of Kill Your Darlings, and throughout its runtime I found myself wishing that the film had heeded this advice. Kill Your Darlings is a schizophrenic trip through the origins of the Beat Generation that never […]

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