So, you haven’t seen Wayne’s World or, like Lee, it’s been so long that you don’t remember it? Well here’s the Two Drink Cinema preview, giving you all of the most basic information about the film so you don’t go in completely blind.
To say it’s the most disappointed we’ve been by a film this year is a big statement but this seems to be a case of more commentary than story.
It’s January now. A pretty common time to set some goals and in 2021 I had a realisation about my goal-setting processes. So this year the process is different.
January 1st. A new year. A turning of the calendar page. While a lot of us are heading into 2022 cautiously, a little gun shy after the last two years, a lot of us will be making New Years Resolutions. But I won’t be.
On the surface, it’s great family fun. A slapstick comedy where a kid sets up fun booby traps to defend his home against two robbers. If you want to keep it in your mind as that fun-filled holiday romp then don’t read further, because the deeper you go the more it starts to lean towards proving Kevin grows up to be Jigsaw, exacting his judgement on sinners.
The latest attempt at making Frank Herbert’s 1965 sci-fi novel into a film is aurally and visually stunning (and we don’t just mean Timothee Chalamet).
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Here’s what Christmas movies we’re reviewing to celebrate the birth of our Lord and Saviour, Santa Claus.
We reviewed and compared The Witches 1990 and 2020. Nostalgia aside, it’s pretty clear to us which one comes out on top.
Jeff still can’t play the guitar, and that’s OK! Self-development in lockdown is not a requirement, survival is.
Halloween might be a genre-defining slasher film but deep down it’s low-budget B-grade horror flick.
“Anxiety is a bitch”. Jeff and Lee have both suffered from it. Hopefully our experience helps others with these tips for anxiety.
Venom is another movie that suffers from trying to make a comment on modern social issues and it takes away from a great action flick.
I didn’t realise until my most recent rewatch that Hairspray (2007) is a very horny movie, but somehow remains appropriate for families.
This lockdown extension is tough. We didn’t intend to talk about lockdown on this week’s episode, but with the way it’s affecting everyone in Melbourne, including the two of us, we couldn’t avoid it.
Based on the Stage Musical of the same name, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is the story of 16-year-old Jamie New who dreams of becoming a drag queen. Set in Sheffield, England, the film follows Jamie (Max Harwood) on a journey of...
As we approached the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, Sara Colangelo’s Netflix film Worth, starring Michael Keaton, Amy Ryan and Stanley Tucci, presented as an emotional, untold story, led by a high-accredited cast asking audiences...
Kay Cannon’s new Cinderella movie challenges the antiquated trope of the usual fairytale storyline with strong messages of female empowerment and equality, however, it is somewhat forgettable as the overall silliness and pantomime feeling of...
What a month September was meant to be for cinematic releases in Australia. But, like everything in the last two years the September movie releases have been, well, stuffed basically, by Covid-19 and the restrictions that come along with it. If you’re a reader from basically any country other than Australia you can probably head to the cinema and see these films as scheduled. But here in Oz, we had to do a bit of guesswork. Several movies have been rescheduled and a number have been moved onto streaming services. Here’s what we’re looking forward to.
Two Drink Cinema’s review of Ed Wood’s 1959 B-Grade classic, Plan 9 From Outer Space.
Glam rock meets B-grade horror meets rock and roll meets a horny scientist. Richard O’Brien and Jim Sharman’s 1975 The Rocky Horror Picture Show, based on O’Brien’s stage musical, The Rocky Horror Show is the ultimate cult classic. Panned by...
Rear Window (1954), written by John Michael Hayes, is Alfred Hitchcock’s self-proclaimed masterpiece. It’s one of our favourite classics and it was great fun to do a Rear Window review for what would’ve been Hitch’s 122nd birthday. If you...
In Sky High, Disney brings us their second superhero family hot on the tail of The Incredibles. While it's not the best of Disney's family classics it's a bit of fun. The Strongholds, Steven (Kurt Russell), Josie (Kelly Preston) and Will...
Haven’t seen Hitchcock’s Rear Window yet? Here’s Two Drink Cinema’s preview of Hitch’s self-proclaimed masterpiece.
After a turbulent (alright, unprecedented) couple of years for the film industry, it seems that we’re heading back to a normal schedule of releases for movies into the cinema. The August movie releases sees some big titles back in cinemas....