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Film Review: 'The Osiris Child: Science Fiction Volume One'

Despite its strenuously portentous title, which some might mistake for a herald of wink-wink satire, “The Osiris Child: Science Fiction Volume One” is a straight-faced and serviceable sci-fi action-adventure set on a distant planet where corporate overloads exploit hard-bitten convicts as slave laborers for colonization efforts — and human guinea pigs for bioengineering experiments. 463 more words

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Autumn at The Cosy Cottage Cafe @authorRG #Review

** My thanks to Rachel Griffiths for the opportunity to read a copy of this book **

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Motherhood has been one of the great blessings of Dawn Dix-Beaumont’s life but with her children’s growing independence, it’s finally time for Dawn to return to teaching. 553 more words

Muriel's Wedding (1994, P.J. Hogan)

There are a lot of things going on in Muriel’s Wedding, so many writer-director Hogan’s script gets to the point he’s constantly raveling and unraveling foreground and background threads. 637 more words

Comedy

Muriel's Wedding

This lovely and funny film is about Muriel (amusingly played by Toni Colette), a girl from Porpoise Spit, Australia, who really only has one dream: to get married. 325 more words

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Matt joins new SBS Aussie crime drama Dead Lucky, starring Rachel Griffiths

Rachel Griffiths heads the cast of new SBS drama, Dead Lucky, which begins filming in Sydney this week.

The four-part crime thriller follows two feuding detectives, Grace Gibbs played by Griffiths and Charlie Fung played by Yoson An (HBO Asia series Grace), who are hunting down a killer. 239 more words

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A Real Hero: A Hacksaw Ridge review.


Directed by: Mel Gibson.

Starring: Andrew Garfield, Sam Worthington, Luke Bracey, Teresa Palmer, Hugo Weaving, Rachel Griffiths, Vince Vaughn.

Plot: Desmond Doss, a deeply devout man vows to join the military as a field medic following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour. 585 more words

Film

Origin Wars (2016) | This buff bromance in outer space is an enjoyable slice of Saturday matinee sci-fi

Set in the future in a time of interplanetary colonisation, Sy (Twilight‘s Kellan Lutz), escapes a brutal prison where mysterious experiments have been taking place. 323 more words

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