A late-period masterstroke from the ever prolific Woody Allen offers many things, including one of Cate Blanchett's finest performances.
A Tim Winton-adapted anthology film this ambitious, with this much scope and talent, must have been a high risk project for curator Robert Connolly and the bevvy of Australian directors involved in its making. That risk paid off extraordinarily well.
In director Ridley Scott’s take on the world’s most famous wealth distributing hero – a man who extolled the virtues of supporting working families well before Friar Kevin came along – Russel Crowe plays a violent brute of a man who steals telephones from the rich and throws them at the poor. Wait, let me […]