It’s certainly harder to justify regular visits to the multiplex when new feature films and serials of quality crop up on the various streaming services, writes Lynden Barber in his latest column.
Docudrama on rural nomads taps into the Steinbeck tradition.
This month, Lynden Barber reviews the Netflix series Delhi Crime, based on a real, brutal crime committed in 2012, and the droll UK series Detectorists.
With so much great material for TV streaming viewers to choose from, the conundrum is how to navigate the oversupply, says Lynden Barber in his latest column.
Even Kate Winslet fails to fire in this slow, miserable film.
The Royal Ballet principal talks about The Nutcracker, which about to screen in Australian cinemas, Taylor Swift and Cats, and the frustration of COVID.
Lisa Gasteen and a cast of young singers offer unprecedented insight into the world of opera in this must-see documentary film.
Anthony Hopkins gives one of his greatest performances.
This month, Lynden Barber reviews the film Misbehaviour about a feminist protest against the 1970 Miss World contest, starring Keira Knightley, and the Netflix series The Queen’s Gambit, starring Anya Taylor-Joy as a competitive chess player.
This powerful drama about a fake priest doesn’t preach.
All is not well in movie land, writes Lynden Barber in our new column, but you can still get your spy fix thanks to Fauda and The Bureau.
A smart whodunnit, but too cold to make you care.
Reality and fantasy blur in this joyous return to the 1970s.