Comedy Review: The Black, White, Beard @ Noodle Palace


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Review: The Black, White, Beard

Article: Former Prime Ministers Fighting to Save Bali Nine


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Article: Former Prime Ministers Fighting to Save Bali Nine

Theatre Review: Illuminate @ The Pleasure Garden


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Review: Illuminate

Theatre Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream @ The Pleasure Garden


Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Article: 87th Academy Awards Nominees: Should & Will


The 87th Academy Awards race delivered one of the most controversial runs in Hollywood history. Between the Golden Globes and now, the world has expressed its fair share of cheers and jeers over the varying choices on offer. This year, being the whitest selection of nominees this century, illustrates the Academy’s 65-year-old white demographic is in full control. Snubs for Selma alums Ava DuVernay and David Oyelowo hint at a still-strong underlying, and uncomfortable, backlash against minority cast and crew members. In addition, the fusion of American Sniper‘s success and Selma‘s snubbing further hinted at full-on nose-uppedness from the Academy voters.

The Hollywood Reporter’s ”Brutal Honesty’ articles – chronicling the voting processes for several anonymous voters – succinctly sum up the crowd’s overall opinions. With The Lego Movie and Jake Gyllenhaal unfairly forced to sit at home, hopefully next year will deliver a more tangible and unique selection of nominees. Everything, from John Legend and Common hit Glory to Richard Linklater’s seminal masterpiece Boyhood, is on the line tonight. Birdman, The Grand Budapest Hotel, and the aforementioned 12-years-a-boy smash are going head to head. Here’s hoping The Theory of Everything doesn’t receive too much praise.

In blue, I have put the nominees that I believe deserve to win. In red, however, are the ones that, most likely, will sweep up those heavy, gold statuettes in a few hours time. Good luck, everyone!

The 87th Academy Awards kick off February 23rd at 9pm.

Theatre Review: Elements @ The Pleasure Garden


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Review: Elements

Article: World War Z 2


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Article: World War Z 2

Article: Simon Pegg to Co-write Star Trek 3


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Article: Simon Pegg to Co-write Star Trek 3

Comedy Review: Rory Lowe @ Mojo’s Bar


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Review: Rory Lowe @ Mojo’s Bar

Article: Iggy Azalea – Anything But the Realest


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Article: Iggy Azalea – Anything But the Realest

Theatre Review: Jekyll’s Hide: Mind World @ Guild Studio


Review: Jekyll’s Hide: Mind World

Article: Top Picks – Perth International Arts Festival


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Article: Top Picks – Perth International Arts Festival

Interview: Amelia Ryan


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Interview: Amelia Ryan

Interview: Ben Darsow


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Interview: Ben Darsow

Interview: Ronan Freeburn (Freo Royale)


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Interview: Ronan Freeburn (Freo Royale)

Comedy Review: Ben Darsow @ Elephant & Wheelbarrow


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Comedy Review: Ben Darsow – Now

Article: Explosion At Morley Galleria Kills One, Injures Nine


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Article: Explosion At Morley Galleria Kills One, Injures Nine

Comedy Review: Colin Worth – First Blood Part 2


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Comedy Review: Colin Worth – First Blood Part 2

Single Review: Lime Cordiale – Hanging Upside Down


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Single Review: Lime Cordiale: Hanging Upside Down

 

Comedy Review: Colin Worth – First Blood Part 1


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Comedy Review: Colin Worth – First Blood Part 1

Art Review: Shaun Tan – “Rules of Summer” Exhibition


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Review: Shaun Tan – “Rules of Summer” Exhibition

Article: State Government To Fund $30M Scarborough Restoration Plans


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Article: State Government To Fund $30M Scarborough Restoration Plans

Live Review: Passenger @ Red Hill Auditorium


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Review: Passenger @ Red Hill Auditorium

Live Review: Madre Monte @ Mojo’s Bar


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Review: Madre Monte @ Mojo’s Bar

Live Review: Edie Green @ The Bird


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Review: Edie Green @ The Bird

Album Review: Shameem: The Second City


Album Review – Shameem: The Second City

Live Review: Paul Kelly @ Fremantle Arts Centre


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Review: Paul Kelly @ Fremantle Arts Centre

Interview: Colin Ebsworth


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Interview: Colin Ebsworth

Kingsman: The Secret Service Audio Review: The Firth-Fist Way


Director: Matthew Vaughn

Writers: Jane Goldman, Matthew Vaughn (screenplay), Mark Millar, Dave Gibbons (book)

Stars: Taron Egerton, Colin Firth, Samuel L. Jackson, Mark Strong

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Release date: February 13th, 2015

Distributor: 20th Century Fox 

Countries: USA, UK

Running time: 129 minutes


 

4/5

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