It’s “The Walking Dead” with Aussie-related symbolism.
The film stars Alden Ehrenriech as the iconic Star Wars character Han Solo in a heist-type thriller. He teams up with his iconic partner in crime, Chewbacca, and we follow the pair through a galaxy far, far away in a time years before A New Hope.
Despite its predictable and generic nature, Director Leigh Whannel brings some intrigue with this new Australian Sci-Fi Horror Revenge flick.
One to see if you’re a fan of Wes Anderson, animation in general, or just dogs.
“Overall, this is more of a film you pay money to watch at the cinema to stand up for equal rights and to be there for your gay friend.”
“It’s mainly for someone who loves retro games and classic nostalgic films, but it can also be something for the whole family to enjoy. It will definitely be a box office favourite with the various references thrown across the screen.”
“I think her mainstream fan-base would be about as out of touch with enjoying this film as a government agency using floppy disks in the 21st Century.”
Aardman bring us a new feature with nice clay animation and charm, even though its story and characters are about as old as the Stone Age.
The man behind BBC Show “The Thick of It” turns to creating political humour from one of the darkest points in history.
John Blackburn places a few bets on which films he personally thinks will take home the big award at the 2018 Academy Awards.