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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.

Isle of Dogs Review

Harry Sabulis

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

An eccentric piece of stop-motion charm from one of cinema’s quirkiest directors, Isle of Dog is just about as Wes Anderson as a film can possibly be – and in this case, that’s a good thing.

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Pacific Rim Uprising Review

Harry Sabulis

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

If you’ve come for a film about giant robots destroying cities and punching aliens, you’ve come to the right place! Unfortunately, if you’re looking for a movie that has much more in terms of substance, you might still need to go searching.

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Mary Magdalene Review

Harry Sabulis

Monday, March 19, 2018

A beautifully crafted and socially relevant biblical epic, Mary Magdalene is more than your average religious re-telling, with something for everyone to enjoy.

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Winchester Review

Harry Sabulis

Monday, February 26, 2018

A supernatural look into a story grounded in reality, Winchester is not only an impressive Victorian-esk horror, but a look at the possibilities of Australia’s transnational film collaborations.

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Lady Bird Review

Harry Sabulis

Monday, February 19, 2018

An irresistibly charming look at life on the wrong side of the tracks, Lady Bird is the perfect showcase on the perils of growing up, whether it be in Sacramento or anywhere else.

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Phantom Thread Review

Harry Sabulis

Monday, February 5, 2018

A classical painting brought to life through vibrant shots, chilling performances and a vintage setting, Phantom Thread is up there with 2018’s Oscar contenders – and for good reason.

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Menashe Review

Harry Sabulis

Thursday, February 1, 2018

An eye-opening look at a secluded culture, from a perspective that is often voiceless in modern times, Menashe is a film that is equal parts educational and heart-breaking.

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The BBQ Review

Harry Sabulis

Monday, January 15, 2018

A wholesome Aussie adventure as true blue as the Great Barrier Reef itself, The BBQ is quite possibly the most Australian film of all time – and not one to miss.

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