FILM REVIEW:: THE DIRT

I love that streaming services, such as Netflix are able to bring light to one of musics best bands. It’s an opportunity for the younger bunch to be introduced to a different kind of sound and I guess, really get to know where the phrase ‘sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll’ came from. Hopefully not to influence, but just to observe and almost admire. The Dirt takes a look at

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FILM REVIEW:: AVENGERS: ENDGAME

I really hope this proves I am not biased toward the Marvel films, as my readers might assume, since a vast amount of my reviews a predominantly for this series. But, Infinity War was a far more superior film than Endgame, and I don’t think Endgame was ‘perfect’ as reviewed by others. Shock-horror, I know. For once I am not marching with the masses. I won’t deny, I sobbed like

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One Episode In… Dirty John

I am one episode in Dirty John, and I’m praying it’s just a slow start. Bored is an understatement. I think, if you’re going to make a show about some psychopath who is all grey clouds, but beneath the surface has all the true colours of the rainbow, then you should hit that nail on the head right away. So, I am disappointed. I never knew who this John Meehan

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FILM REVIEW:: AQUAMAN

‘Aquaman sucks’, says Raj on Big Bang Theory and well, it sort of did. And as the credits rolled, my head shook in shame and embarrassment for DC and its films. Why? Why, why, why can’t they get it right? It didn’t suck so bad that I would walk out, but it just wasn’t as amazing as I really hoped it would be. I really, really wanted it to be

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FILM REVIEW:: BIRD BOX

I have never scrunched, poked, folded, pinched and moved my face in so many position before. Not even A Quiet Place had me feeling like that, and that is basically another version of this. Only real difference, other than the whole, can’t make noise/don’t look scenario, is we don’t know what this creature looks like. I think that’s what makes this so much more interesting. But the most profound thing

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The Entertainment World in 2018

Justin Timberlake starts the year off with a new album. Justified – still his best! The Golden Globes go all black for the Times Up movement which stands against the recent harassment sagas that have rocked Hollywood, and demands equality. Here’s my opinion. Though I know this stuff does happen, and I believe most of these women’s stories, wasn’t it renowned that a lot of women slept with directors, producers,

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My 2018

It was so hard getting into the new year. With the craziness of the wedding only a couple of months before, and then coming back from our honeymoon straight into the Christmas period, it was exhausting trying to adjust and find normality. I started to bring forward old memories of always feeling left out and unworthy and unwanted. I’ve never been good enough for people and that memory was beginning

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FILM REVIEW:: A STAR IS BORN

It’s undoubtedly one of the most anticipated movies this year. The wait is over and A Star Is Born, quite literally. Bradly Cooper’s directing debut is worth shining a light on and the performances are even more worth speaking about. A Star Is Born is yet another remake of the 1937 classic. Won’t lie. Haven’t bothered to watch the original and it’s first two remakes. With all due respects, it

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GIG REVIEW:: Katy Perry Live at Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne

Large props and loads of colour; that’s what a Katy Perry show looks like. It’s also theatrical and a stand-up comedy show. Just add her hits and a few (shamefully admitting) lesser known songs from the Witness album, and that’s the show we were blessed with that August night in Melbourne. I won’t lie, I was really concerned about seeing Katy Perry live because most of her live performances I’ve

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GIG REVIEW:: Bruno Mars Live at Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne

If anyone can come remotely close to being as entertaining on stage as the great MJ, I’d point straight to Bruno Mars. Everything I’ve seen him do live through my various screens, has left me in absolute awe. His in-sync moves, his vocal range, his charisma, they are all now signature to him, so that way, he is able to put on a show that sets him apart from the

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