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ABOUT THE WRITER: Harry Sabulis is a film, music, theatre and media crazed writer with a passion for all things artsy. A certified nerd and aspiring screenwriter, Harry loves storytelling in all of its forms. You can read some of his film reviews on his blog, Kill The Critic.

IT Chapter Two Review

Harry Sabulis

Thursday, September 5, 2019

If 2017’s It was an uplifting story about a group of friends overcoming their fears by facing them head-on, then the latest It Chapter Two is a more sombre tale about coming to terms with the traumas of childhood.

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Hobbs and Shaw Movie Review

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Tuesday, August 6, 2019

A wall-to-wall mess of action, explosions and heavy-handed humour, Hobbs & Shaw, while entertaining at times, might be a step too far into the ridiculous than fans were hoping for in the much anticipated first spin-off of the Fast & Furious franchise.

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Happy Ending Review

Harry Sabulis

Friday, July 26, 2019

A remarkably intelligent yet cheeky and immature adventure into old age, Happy Ending is a sincere and hilarious film that proves the struggles of love, loss and self-discovery are truly ageless.

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The Lion King Review

Harry Sabulis

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

A technological marvel and a fitting re-telling of a story that has found its place in multiple generations, Disney’s 2019 The Lion King stands firm on its own two (or four?) legs as a terrific film in its own right while remaining faithful to the 1994 film that it’s based on.

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Dark Phoenix Review

Harry Sabulis

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

A fitting finale to 20th Century Fox’s inconsistent and often confusing X-Men franchise, Dark Phoenix is an unmotivated second attempt at the classic Jean Grey-centric storyline, with only a few enjoyable breaks from an overall lacklustre film for fans and general audiences alike.

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Aladdin Review

Harry Sabulis

Thursday, May 23, 2019

A nostalgic joyride up to its eyes in glitz and glamour, Disney’s latest live action rendition of its beloved classic Aladdin is no doubt a sight to behold.

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Tidelands Premiere at QAGOMA

Harry Sabulis

Thursday, December 13, 2018

The stars aligned in Brisbane city on Sunday night, as the red (or rather blue) carpet was rolled out for the world premiere of Australia’s first Netflix original series, Tidelands.

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