You die. But your identity keeps on living. Crystal and James fell in love in an online virtual world but have never met. When James dies mysteriously Crystal travels to see him for the ... See full summary »
Returning to her childhood home in Louisiana to recuperate from a horrific car accident, Jessabelle comes face to face with a long-tormented spirit that has been seeking her return -- and has no intention of letting her escape.
Mike and Carla are hard-boiled journalists, shackled by government-issued laptops prone to violent methods of censorship. They're forced into a tight squeeze when the mob corners them with an offer they can't refuse.
A self-obsessed young man makes his way to the party-to-end-all-parties on the last day on Earth, but ends up saving the life of a little girl searching for her father. Their relationship ultimately leads him on the path to redemption.
Jessica De Gouw,
"I should like a new man to come. A perfect villain to come and fascinate me. And I should ask him quite humbly to lead me to my ruin." Promiscuous prophet or philandering fool? Mary ... See full summary »
Malcolm is on the verge of marriage and he wants Duncan to be his Best Man, but what is Duncan hiding? In this tale of deception, three of Australia's up and coming talents explore the question: How well do we know our friends.
A different romantic comedy - a love affair with balls.
'Not Suitable For Children' is not what you expect but it's what you need to see. Filmed in a party atmosphere of young abandon, a serious question is treated with life-affirming humor and served up on a plate of romance by two very good friends. Michael Lucas writes what he knows by taking a taboo subject and treating it with a fresh and compassionate honesty, rooted in the hedonistic universe of youth. His script shines with experience, knowledge and unlike many Aussie scripts was obviously given time to stew until it developed the perfect flavor. Under Peter Templeton direction the film feels very contemporary - Young Australia without a single koala - full of life as they know it in a Sydney polished with affection. The affection is what struck this writer. The director made smart, funny, caring, gutsy, real and tender choices which hit their mark, every time. Each of the cast carry their weight perfectly, especially Ryan Kwanten, Sarah Snook and Ryan Corr. Their total commitment to and trust in their director and writer was obvious and much appreciated although it looks like they're just having a party - perhaps they were.
31 of 51 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?