• Why Now Is The Best Time For Robert Pattinson's Batman 21 May 2019 01:52 Ever since news broke that Robert Pattinson may be DC's new movie Batman, the internet has been aflame with opinions. While the former Twilight actor has had many people defending the decision, it's safe to say the rumored casting has been very …
  • Quentin Tarantino Asks Moviegoers Not To Spoil Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Ahead Of Its Release 21 May 2019 01:52 31 minutes ago Usually you can count on movies being released to select audiences before the general public can view them. Sometimes that just means that critics can check out said movies days or even weeks early, while other times it means attendees can …
  • Woman who bullied girl with autism at movies had options: Group 21 May 2019 01:42 HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- A video showing a woman acting out, claiming a child with autism disrupted a showing of 'Dumbo' at the Webster Cinemark, is getting the attention of local autism advocacy groups. The woman was caught on camera, saying …
  • Amitabh Bachchan, Deepika Padukone most trusted 21 May 2019 01:39 Deepika Padukone is India’s Most Trusted Female Actor followed by Katrina Kaif and Madhuri Dixit Nene at second and third positions. Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan tops the list of most trusted personality when it comes to brand endorsement. In female …
  • The 25 Best Movies to See at SIFF This Week: May 20-26, 2019 21 May 2019 00:40 We're in the middle of SIFF, the Seattle International Film Festival, one of the very best events Seattle has to offer! As always, true movie-lovers will be tempted to cancel all other plans to consume as much delicious cinema as possible, as well as …
  • The 10 Best Characters From The Classic Disney Movies 21 May 2019 00:23 Seeing the Walt Disney Pictures logo grace your television with the visual quiver of VHS error coming across the screen should be enough to get your nostalgia pumping like Casey Junior coming down the railroad track. The films of Walt Disney have gifted us …
  • 'All Stars' take their dreams to The Voice stage, again 20 May 2019 23:43 "It's so scary when you've been there before because you're expected to nail it," she said. But experience "doesn't mean anything in that quiet room". Anything can happen. Viewers will see other familiar faces, including …
  • Here Are The Movies Coming To Netflix This Week (May 20-26) 20 May 2019 22:16 The Others: A couple of other Originals join the service. The director McG (“Charlie’s Angels,” “Terminator Salvation”) has a new sci-fi movie about kids who must stop an alien invasion while at summer camp. If you haven’t been to summer camp before, you …
  • The Best Killer Dog Movies You’ve Never Seen 20 May 2019 21:39 (Welcome to The Best Movies You’ve Never Seen, a series that takes a look at slightly more obscure, under-the-radar, or simply under-appreciated movies. This week’s column is going to the dogs.) This weekend’s theatrical offerings include two heavy hitting …
  • Meet Jamal Al Sharif, the man behind Dubai's movies 20 May 2019 21:00 IT TOOK ALMOST thirty years for Hollywood to go from one-horse town to the world's financially dominant film powerhouse and in true Dubai style, we're hot on their heels in record time. Today it appears almost de rigueur to expect the likes of Tom …
  • Outdoor movies in Venezuelan capital offer brief respite from national turmoil 20 May 2019 20:48 In 2015, the group also launched "Fábrica de Cine", a series of film and audiovisual workshops at high schools in the Baruta municipality that help introduce teenagers to the industry.Rotundo said exposure to culture was essential despite the …
  • Alan Jones revels in Q&A's free kicks but there is no clear path ahead 20 May 2019 20:46 Questions to Labor’s sacrificial Q&A lamb and potential leader, Jim Chalmers, ran the gamut from: “Why, why, why?” to “WTF, WTF, WTF?” Chalmers’ ideological foes - the beaming budgerigars Alan Jones and Christopher Pyne - enjoyed the evening as if …
  • The 7 Best And Most Realistic War Movies 20 May 2019 20:26 War is a rough subject that's very hard to fully grasp if you haven't been there. With that being said, the world of cinema has managed to get the horrors and humor of war right a handful of times, according to the accounts of actual veterans who …
  • Sony reportedly launches Marvel-inspired studio to turn games into movies, shows - CNET 20 May 2019 20:00 PlayStation Productions is reportedly tasked with adapting PlayStation games into films and TV shows. James Martin/CNET Taking a page from the Marvel playbook, Sony Interactive Entertainment is reportedly launching its own studio to take its video …
  • You can take your dog to the movies — and drink liquor — at this Texas theater 20 May 2019 19:40 You can take your dog to the movies — and drink liquor — at this Texas theater So many ways to pamper your pet Here's some ways to make your pet feel extra special. By × Here's some ways to make your pet feel extra special. By If you love going to …
  • Euronews' favourite 10 European movies at Cannes Festival 20 May 2019 15:58 Euronews has selected 10 films by European directors that are being presented at the 72nd Cannes Film Festival. These films, which Euronews wholeheartedly recommends, represent European cinema at its best. La Gomera by Corneliu Porumboiu (Romania) Pitch : …
  • Sony studio will turn PlayStation games into movies and shows 20 May 2019 15:12 Many directors and screenwriters "didn't understand that [game] world or the gaming thing," Layden said, arguing that they frequently do little more than retell a game's plot. Instead, PlayStation Productions was eyeing Marvel's …
  • More than the Movies: Youngsters loved Madison String Quartet 20 May 2019 15:04 May 06, 2019 I was raised Catholic. I completed all of my sacraments, including marriage, in the Catholic church. We were a faithful family, but I wouldn’t call us devout. We made it to church two or three times a month when I was a child. My siblings and …
  • Sony launches PlayStation Productions to turn games into movies and TV shows 20 May 2019 14:36 Sony Interactive Entertainment has launched a new production studio called PlayStation Productions that will develop film and television projects based on the company's extensive video game catalog.  As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, the fledgling …
  • The game of thrones has been won, here's what happened... 20 May 2019 11:18 To say it was a calm and almost soothing end to such a violent series may sound weird, but it was. For once, clear heads ruled – no one was beheaded, stabbed or burnt alive – and there was just a show of hands and a "Yeah, OK – he's a bit weird, …
  • The future looks bright: what will become of the stars and stories of Game of Thrones 20 May 2019 11:18 The series finale wound up the various storylines of the Stark family, with Bran ruling the six kingdoms and Sansa ruling the seventh, and Jon serving penance for killing his aunty/lover by being sent back to the wall to serve the Night's Watch. …
  • 'Hacky, cliched': fans and critics react to Game of Thrones finale 20 May 2019 11:18 "All hail King Bran the Broken, who was left out of an entire season (season 5) of the show cause the writers felt he didn’t have a compelling storyline, yet became King cause 'no one had a better life story than Bran' according to Tyrion. …
  • Game of Thrones finale asked not what the Iron Throne can do for you... 20 May 2019 11:18 Loading Would it be the incumbent, Cersei Lannister, a despot to be sure but made so perhaps by virtue of being a woman in a man's world, and thus having to outplay the men at their own game? Or would it be Tyrion Lannister, or Sansa Stark, or perhaps …
  • Ster-Kinekor offering “unlimited” movies for R349 per month in new Subscription Club 20 May 2019 10:31 Ster-Kinekor – arguably the most popular theatre chain in the country – has launched the “SK Subscription Club” which charges a monthly fee and provides subscribers with movie tickets and discounted snacks. The service is offered in two tiers: the Fan Club …
  • 'Wanna fight? Let's do it': China abruptly switches programming to air anti-US movies amid trade war 20 May 2019 09:44 Posted May 20, 2019 18:56:29 In recent days, China's CCTV6 — the film channel of state broadcaster China Central Television (CCTV) — has unexpectedly switched scheduling plans to treat viewers to a number of post-war film classics in prime-time. Key …
  • Does James Bond need sex education? Why movies are hiring 'intimacy coordinators' in the MeToo era 20 May 2019 08:43 For decades, sex on screen has thrilled, fascinated and caused complete outrage – but rarely has it been demystified. It took Donald Sutherland 45 years to pour cold water on the rumour that he and Julie Christie weren’t really acting during Don’t Look Now …
  • 'Very grim': ABC staff brace for 'painful' job and programming cuts 20 May 2019 07:12 Earlier this month, ABC managing director David Anderson claimed an $84 million funding freeze – first flagged in Coalition's 2018 budget – would trigger "inevitable" cuts. "Having been through a number of budget reductions to this point …
  • Rocket powered by ensemble's energy 20 May 2019 07:12 Franz Xaver Richter’s Sinfonia in B flat Major was a more interesting early symphony mixing the new energy with well-crafted polyphonic complexity. With a feeling for the style and attentiveness to ideas, ARCO gave it their best performance of the …
  • Andre Reyes review: Abdicated Gipsy King rules OK 20 May 2019 07:12 It turns out the 51-year-old, who in 2014 left the flamenco fusionists famous for Bamboleo, hadn’t got around to clearing his use of the brand name with his elder brother. Nicolas Reyes remains lead singer of the act spawned by two families of France-based …
  • Meet Rose Garnett, the mastermind behind Britain’s best movies 20 May 2019 06:06 Once upon a time, movie moguls were cinema’s biggest mystery. Wreathed in cigar smoke and secrets, the puppet masters who ran the studios were even less knowable than the stars they made and broke. That is no longer true. Since the fall of Harvey Weinstein …
  • Circus and song a solid match 20 May 2019 04:07 Australian Brandenburg Orchestra and Circa perform English Baroque.Credit:Steven GodbeeMUSIC / CIRCUS English Baroque ★★★★ Australian Brandenburg Orchestra & Circa Melbourne Recital Centre, May 18-19 Historically informed musical performance and …
  • Andi Snelling's saga of sickness proves indie theatre is in good health 20 May 2019 02:21 In the wake of many years of funding cutbacks and general neglect, the situation has changed, so much so that last month playwright Patricia Cornelius publicly questioned whether Melbourne had lost its indie theatre crown to Sydney. The independent sector …
  • Class of 2019, enjoy the little things: sunscreen, bug spray, hats, dogs, movies, etc. 20 May 2019 00:03 Class of 2019, enjoy the little things: sunscreen, bug spray, hats, dogs, movies, etc. This man’s story about going from imprisonment to college graduation Joshua Brown, a Central Georgia Technical College graduate, talks about his experience going from …
  • Reminisce with Movies this Summer 19 May 2019 23:39   The best movies are ones which spark memories from the past. Remakes and sequels of childhood favorites, a story about a celebrity who was popular before you were even born, the finale of a decade-long project and throwbacks to the good old middle school …
  • Endgame Now No. 2 Among Highest-Grossing Movies 19 May 2019 22:05 Share. The Force Awakens remains No. 1 domestic movie. By Jesse Schedeen Avengers: Endgame has passed Avatar to become the second highest-grossing movie of all time at the North American box office. With $770.8 million grossed in four weekends, Endgame is …
  • How one woman shaped the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe 19 May 2019 21:12 Downey's relatively recent struggles with substance abuse had affected his mainstream career, such that an Entertainment Weekly writer felt the need to reassure readers of the casting decision: "No, really, it makes sense." Chris Hemsworth as …
  • Harry and Meghan release unseen wedding photos to mark anniversary 19 May 2019 21:12 In a message, the couple said: "Thank you for all of the love and support from so many of you around the world. Each of you made this day even more meaningful." The pictures feature a series of black and white images by Chris Allerton, including …
  • 'Dignity and respect': Hollywood A-listers back AIDS documentary 19 May 2019 21:12 Loading "It was the end of 1984 and it was a friend who had gone to Mexico, and everyone said he had caught the flu – he died two weeks later and I was shocked," Moore said. Later on Moore, whose best known films include Magnolia and The Hours, …
  • One thing unites two very different movies: dogs. 19 May 2019 21:08 Please enable Javascript to watch this video By Steve Oldfield This week at the movies, two very different sequels have two things in common: they won't disappoint their fans, and they've both "gone to the dogs." Their screenplays won…
  • Captain Marvel Just Passed Two More Movies On The List Of Highest-Grossing Films 19 May 2019 19:44 This has been an eventful week across the board, so it's understandable that Captain Marvel slipped under-the-radar with her own quietly impressive news. Avengers: Endgame is up at #2 on the list of highest-grossing films of all time, just behind …
  • 20 years ago, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace changed movies forever 19 May 2019 19:17 On May 19th, 1999, George Lucas changed movies forever. The long-anticipated Star Wars prequel Episode I: The Phantom Menace hit theaters, returning to a world that fans had thought they’d never see again. For some, excitement turned to confusion, …
  • Our movies speak of our attitude: Kumbalangi Nights Director Madhu C Narayanan 19 May 2019 18:37 Cast of Kumblangi nights. What’s in the name, Kumbalangi Nights? Kumbalangi is the remote fishing village island near Kochi. And all major events in the film take place during the night — when the brothers meet, and the climax. It is the story of four half …
  • St. Paul goes to the movies 19 May 2019 16:04 In the Easter Vigil reading from Romans, Paul writes: "Are you unaware that we who were baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into his death? We were indeed buried with him through baptism into death, so that, just as Christ was raised from the …
  • Cyprus Avenue review: A violent trip into a sectarian mind 19 May 2019 14:53 Eric looks a bewildered old codger slumped on a couch. Benign almost. Until he opens his mouth. The Ulster Protestant is so blinded by hatred he sees his bigoted world view reflected everywhere. Even on the face of his five-week-old granddaughter. He's …
  • What's on TV: Friday, May 24 19 May 2019 14:53 Ten, 8.30pm It's never remarked upon, but it seems worth mentioning that the only white person on The Graham Norton Show tonight is Graham Norton. Kevin Hart is there, spruiking the sequel to The Secret Life of Pets. Will Smith pops up – always a …
  • What's on TV: Saturday, May 25 19 May 2019 14:53 ABC, 8.15pm Call the Midwife has well and truly survived the departure of Nurse Jenny and now plays pretty fast and loose with the longevity of its characters. It's not quite Game of Thrones but if I were in the cast I'd be reading my contract …
  • What's on TV: Sunday, May 26 19 May 2019 14:53 MasterChef Ten, 7.30pm We all need a televisual happy place and for more than a decade now MasterChef has been meeting the brief: people enjoying themselves, supporting each other, and cooking amazing food.What's not to love? This year's batch of …
  • 'Mum lied to make terrible memories go away': Q&A Dr Karl Kruszelnicki 19 May 2019 14:53 I was: when I got married I went to Europe for the first time, and I tried to find out something about my family background, and I had no idea what I was doing. Whereas they (the show) had certified and trained genealogical experts, so they were able to …
  • Cate Blanchett to co-produce detention centre drama 19 May 2019 14:53 "Name the quiz-show host who broke her wrist and had to step aside from presenting duties?" If you answered Jennifer Byrne, well done, you've progressed to the next round. As a result of a tumble while walking her dog, Byrne is taking two …
  • Is Game of Thrones the greatest TV show of all time? 19 May 2019 14:53 When it ended the legendary Korean War comedy M*A*S*H was undoubtedly the greatest show of all time. So too the gut-punching finish to The Mary Tyler Moore Show. And the brilliantly dark Seinfeld. Loading To that list we must add Aaron Sorkin's …
  • Making Movies And Rubén Blades Trace Stories Of Immigrant Injustice With 'Ameri'kana' 19 May 2019 12:43 Making Movies (pictured) enlist Latin legend Ruben Blades for its upcoming album Ameri'kana. Luis Cantillo/Courtesy of the artists hide caption toggle caption Luis Cantillo/Courtesy of the artists Making Movies (pictured) enlist Latin legend …
  • Game of Thrones finale: the answer to the biggest question in TV 19 May 2019 08:14 It is the show that launched a 1000 pirate ships (the record for the most pirated show in history being just one of its Guinness World Records). It is the show that won dozens of Emmys. Many of us have spent hundreds of hours watching GOT. Not just the …
  • Ludovic Morlot and the MSO make waves with sea-themed performance 19 May 2019 08:14 Voyaging then to the blasted shale of the Suffolk coast for the Sea Interludes from Britten’s opera Peter Grimes, this quartet of works charted a course through reaching emotional depths, from the aching sorrow of dawn into the eye of a ferocious squall. …
  • Singular tour de force propels tale of troubled outcast 19 May 2019 08:14 Stacks of charisma and a high degree of technical ability are required to sustain this kind of marginalised voice over 80 minutes and it’s a tribute to de Vanny’s talents – and to Greg Carroll’s direction – that, despite some overworked blarney in the …
  • DAVID MURDOCK: On three movies, two cats and a book 19 May 2019 08:02 First, three stories about movies. Next, two stories about cats. Then, a story about a book — or better, a story about reading a book. After, (hopefully) a point. I went to the movies more times this week than I did in all of 2018 — which is to say, twice. …
  • The most disappointing movies of 2019 so far 19 May 2019 07:31 It's shaping up to be a great year, but here are the most disappointing movies of 2019 so far. We're almost halfway through the cinematic year and it's time to discuss the most disappointing movies of 2019 so far. Now, this is is by no means a …
  • Election 2019: Shades of Hillary v Trump as TV pundits left reeling 19 May 2019 02:16 No one saw it coming - except perhaps Scott Morrison, who emerged close to the dot of midnight to declare: “I have always believed in miracles.” The vanquished, Bill Shorten, had hung off conceding but eventually did, and delivered a graceful, honourable …
  • Kate-Miller Heidke soars at 64th Eurovision Song Contest to deliver Australia ninth place 19 May 2019 02:16 Alas, it was not to be. As is often the case with Eurovision, the contest finished in a shambolic explosion of points in which, at times, North Macedonia, Sweden and Italy looked within reach of victory. For many, the close brush with victory will bring a …
  • American Psycho review: Making most musicals seem blunt-edged 19 May 2019 02:16 At a stroke it makes most musicals seem blunt-edged, aided by this startling production from director Alexander Berlage​, starring Benjamin Gerrard as the psychopathic Patrick Bateman. The novel's straight-faced tone and graphic violence and sex was …
  • Books that Changed Me: Neil Grant 19 May 2019 02:16 George Orwell's writing had a substantial impact on author Neil Grant.Credit: Neil Grant is the author of four earlier books for young adults. His latest, The Honeyman and the Hunter, is published by Allen & Unwin. Originally from Glasgow, he lives …
  • Money we make in movies doesn’t match the effort­ – Uche Elendu 19 May 2019 00:33 Tofarati Ige According to actress, Uche Elendu, the movie industry does not always reward labour properly. She stated that what actors and producers made from movies was not commensurate with the effort they put in. She said, “The last production I did was …
  • The top 10 summer movies that are taking aim at 'Avengers' 18 May 2019 21:30 The tremendous response to “Avengers: Endgame” — which not only set opening-weekend box office records but now has claimed the title of the “most-tweeted-about movie ever” — set the bar pretty high for the slate of summer movies. But that doesn’t mean that …
  • Shades of Hillary v Trump as TV pundits left reeling 18 May 2019 21:14 It began with a Nine exit poll predicting an even bigger Labor win than several years of polls had predicted. It staggered to a close with Labor figures – Penny Wong on the ABC, Anthony Albanese on Nine – hanging increasingly forlorn hopes on the vast …
  • Siri Hustvedt on playing with her life in Memories of the Future 18 May 2019 21:14 The latest offering from the prolific writer – who lives in a Brooklyn brownstone with her husband of nearly four decades, writer Paul Auster, and "leads a double life" as an academic lecturing in neuroscience, psychoanalysis, philosophy and …
  • 'I did not compromise': Taron Egerton on the battle for Elton's truth 18 May 2019 21:14 I’ve asked a question he hasn’t been asked before. But Egerton, 29, is having a lot of new experiences right now. To date he has played the rogue-ish lad lead: most notably in the (so far) two Kingsman movies. Egerton’s earnest, cheeky, up-for-anything …
  • James Charles and the things that make you go, 'Who?' 18 May 2019 21:14 Before this week, beauty vlogger James Charles was not necessarily someone who made me say, "Who?", but, if you had asked me who he was, I would have mumbled something about "YouTube" and "make-up tutorials" before quickly …
  • Alice Fraser's journey from commerce to comedy 18 May 2019 21:14 Alice Fraser had been on the path to big bucks, working in an investment bank then a corporate law firm, but she decided to pack it in to write punch lines. "I couldn't take the toxicity of the corporate lifestyle," she says. "It felt so …
  • Sydney's favourite cinema? It's a State secret 18 May 2019 21:14 From Bass Hill to Burwood, Chullora to Frenchs Forest, drive-ins were dotted across Sydney, until the Netflix precursor, VHS home videos, killed them in the manner they killed the radio star (the song got that one wrong). When Dundas Drive-in was bulldozed …
  • What's on in Sydney: May 19 to May 25 18 May 2019 21:14 Drinks Sparkling Sydney is the first local festival dedicated to all things bubbly. Sip on more than 60 sparkling wines, plus graze on snacks from Jimmy Liks, Safran and Blue Eye Dragon. 11am-5pm, Pirrama Park, Pirrama Road, Pyrmont, free, sparklingsydney. …
  • 'I was becoming ungrateful': Tim Rogers on You Am I and running scared 18 May 2019 21:14 The You Am I frontman calls it “a loose extension” of his Friday afternoon Double J radio show, Liquid Lunch, though struggles to concisely describe the concept. (“I’m painting a very confusing picture, but when something’s in creation that’s the way it …
  • Flavour of the week 18 May 2019 21:14 It’s not an unusual schedule for a chef these days. The people who used to spend all their time sweating anonymously in the back of the restaurant are now genuine public figures. Ottolenghi believes that with the profile comes responsibility. “I think …
  • Stars shine much longer now than back in the Day 18 May 2019 21:14 Rather than recreate herself, Day simply quit, walking away from a career the vast majority of actors could only ever dream of. Doris DayDay still ranks as one of the biggest female box office drawcards of all time; she is one of just three women who have …
  • 'This is what racism looks like': Filmmaker opens up about Adam Goodes doco 18 May 2019 21:14 While booing fans often claimed they were reacting to Goodes staging for free kicks, calling out a young girl for a racial slur or his war dance at Carlton fans, others were convinced it was racist. After a club screening, Swans chairman Andrew Pridham …
  • Daily Picks M Magazine May 26 - Saturday 18 May 2019 21:14 If it weren’t for such a commitment to silliness, this Elizabethan-themed detective series would be tricky to pull off. As it is, it is a burst of joy in the British bucolic whodunit scene. The PI odd couple (Mark Benton and Jo Joyner) make their return …
  • Herbie Hancock: What I know about women 18 May 2019 21:14 Mom was always supportive of her three children – of whom I am the eldest – particularly when it came to us getting a good education. She didn't push us to be anything we didn't want to be. My dad thought Mum was highly strung but she was actually …
  • Seat thieves, babies and imposters take over Fashion Week 18 May 2019 21:14 Even more galling, the young influencer follows the real McCarthy on Instagram and has been frequenting the same shows at fashion week. It’s understood the W editor is aware of her impersonator. Neither the real or the fake McCarthy responded to requests …
  • No more secrets: British and Aussie stars sign on for new drama 18 May 2019 21:14 It's a 'domestic noir' described by 10 as being about "two women from vastly different backgrounds, both with explosive secrets that could destroy everything they hold dear." For Carmichael, it is a swerve away from the type of work …
  • Social Scene: Partying never goes out of fashion 18 May 2019 21:14 Huawei hosted a closing party to celebrate the end of MBFWA 2019 The fashion set and A-list crowd descended upon Bondi Icebergs Dining Room and Bar to celebrate the close of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia 2019. Sports Illustrated model Halima Aden. …
  • Review: The Society makes for a fun spooky teen drama 18 May 2019 21:14 THE SOCIETY The Society★★★½ netflix.com.au 90210 meets Lord of the Flies in this fun spooky teen drama. In a world very much like ours – only populated almost exclusively by attractive young white people – a Stepford-ish town has been made uninhabitable by …
  • FTV Critic's Choice MMag 19 May 18 May 2019 21:14 MEDICINE OR MYTH? The Medicine or Myth team - Ashraful Haque, Charlie Teo and Ginni Mansberg.New series ★★★ Monday 20 May 8.30pm, SBS As renowned neurosurgeon Charlie Teo points out, Western medicine doesn’t have all the answers – or even, sometimes, any …
  • Daily Picks M Magazine May 19 - Sunday 18 May 2019 21:14 Going Places with Ernie DingoCredit: GOING PLACES WITH ERNIE DINGO *** 7.30pm, NITV We’ve been guided through the wonders of remote Australia by travel-show hosts, chefs, wildlife enthusiasts and comedians from here and abroad, but rarely by an Indigenous …
  • Daily Picks M Magazine May 19 - Monday 18 May 2019 21:14 Emma Watkins of The Wiggles.Credit: EMMA! Series premiere *** 10.05am, ABC Kids The first female Wiggle has not only weathered the ridiculous wardrobe decision to mark her gender with a sticking-out skirt and an oversized hair bow, but she’s scored her own …
  • Daily Picks M Magazine May 19 - Tuesday 18 May 2019 21:14 From the artfully twisted minds of The League of Gentleman’s Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith comes this second series of amusing vignettes in confined spaces. The first “number nine” is a sleeper train carriage somewhere on the way to France, in which …
  • Daily Picks M Magazine May 19 - Wednesday 18 May 2019 21:14 In the company of the patient portrait artist, anti-gun campaigner Walter Mikac is as relaxed and open as any who have sat in this chair. Sensitively prompted, he recounts in detail the tragedy for which he is sadly famous, at a time when it seems as …
  • Daily Picks M Magazine May 19 - Thursday 18 May 2019 21:14 Chimerica Credit: CHIMERICA Double episode mini-series premiere ****1/2 8.30pm, SBS Further exploring the disintegration of print media is this four-part adaptation of Lucy Kirkwood’s stage play compiling frighteningly realistic scenarios into one …
  • Daily Picks M Magazine May 19 - Friday 18 May 2019 21:14 The Living RoomCredit: THE LIVING ROOM *** 7.30pm, Ten Taking on a renovation project from the real world – one with considerably more emotional impact than that required for a powder room makeover on a reality contest – Cherie Barber guides two sisters …
  • Daily Picks M Magazine May 19 - Saturday 18 May 2019 21:14 Call the MidwifeCredit: CALL THE MIDWIFE **** 8.15pm, ABC The ups and downs that punctuate this heartwarming period medical drama are as abundant as ever, but diehard fans are well advised to have the tissues handy as an adored regular faces her most …
  • Giveaways: win tickets to Peterloo, Jazz Festival and Damon Gameau 18 May 2019 21:14 Billy Childs performs in the Melbourne International Jazz FestivalCredit: MOVIE PASSES TO 2040 Director Damon Gameau's 2040 is a hybrid feature-documentary that looks to the future, but is vitally important now. It embarks on a journey to explore what …
  • For La Mama the show must go on 18 May 2019 21:14 THE SHOW GOES ON The gutting of La Mama by fire did little to quell the spirit of the venue, and in the past year shows have continued to be staged at sibling theatre La Mama Courthouse and other nearby venues. Here are some of the current and upcoming …
  • Rebuild La Mama: campaign to bring beloved theatre back to life 18 May 2019 21:14 A year ago today, La Mama Theatre burnt down. In the early hours of the morning a fire ravaged the historic venue. The emotional impact the disaster had on several generations of Melburnians was tremendous. "I was upset," says Lucy. "When I …
  • Tech Know: Which scanning app is best? 18 May 2019 21:14 Despite decades of predictions about us living in a paperless society, there’s still plenty of paper cluttering desks, drawers and wallets, some of which requires scanning (especially now, as EOFY ads remind us that tax season is looming). What to do if …
  • Lapod is a lap desk and storage pod for the office nomad 18 May 2019 21:14 LAPOD Objct co have designed Lapod, a lap desk cross storage pod for the office nomad. The portable design has been created to hold laptop accessories and other necessities in its felt cushioned storage pod, whether that be a mouse, charger, cables, USBs, …
  • Game of Thrones finale will be huge – but will it be the biggest ever? 18 May 2019 21:14 Of course, there may never be another show that captures the public imagination in the way Game of Thrones has, but the big US broadcasters are hoping there will be. Many are frantically and openly scrambling to find "the next Game of Thrones" (a …
  • Croc causes a stir at Paspaley beach polo 18 May 2019 11:19 While the rest of the country was heading to the polling booths, a fleet of private jets had winged their way to Broome for the two day polo carnival, now in its 10th year, which is played on the sands of Cable Beach between high tides. Perth billionaire …
  • Why Working on 12 Marvel Movies Only Partially Prepared ILM for Avengers: Endgame 18 May 2019 08:05 Imagine if Avengers: Endgame was the first Marvel movie. Not storywise, of course. That would be silly. But think about a team-up, comic book movie on this scale coming into theaters, sight unseen. Logistically, that feels like a nightmare for a ton of …
  • Best Sci Fi Movies on Netflix Right Now (May 2019) 18 May 2019 05:15 Share. Check out our monthly update on the best new releases. By William Bibbiani and Jesse Schedeen From The Fifth Element to A Clockwork Orange to Logan's Run to District 9 and so much more, there are a bunch of good sci fi movies to choose from on …
  • St. Louis Family Video Locations Plan to Use CBD to Trick You Into Renting Movies 18 May 2019 04:15 Step aside, back room full of porno: There's a new bad boy in Family Video town, and his name is CBD. In an apparent bid to coerce you into stepping into an actual brick-and-mortar store to rent actual physical media in 2019 (how quaint!), the Glenview …
  • May Movies 18 May 2019 04:11 An animated musical adventure in which the free-spirited UglyDolls confront what it means to be different, struggle with a desire to be loved, and ultimately discover who you truly are is what matters most. Starring the acting and singing voices of Kelly …
  • The 2019 Oak Cliff Film Festival spotlights multiple Texas premieres and is peppered with homegrown movies 18 May 2019 02:15 This year's Oak Cliff Film Festival lineup is peppered with homegrown movies, some of which, after being shot right here in town, are returning to make their D-FW debuts.  See the original Star Wars trilogy on the big screen at Majestic Theatre in …
  • More than Netflix: Stream movies through the SFU Library 18 May 2019 02:02 By: Kelly Chia, Staff Writer The SFU Library database has a huge media database that can be accessed easily through its website. While some resources are definitely helpful for research, such as Literature Online, featuring over 350,000 literary works, …