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Reviewed by: Grace Morgan-Cocks   This year’s Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art draws its inspiration from the wunderkammer,  a cabinet of objects whose variety and scope escape categorisation. Curated by Lisa Slade, the offerings truly are beyond definition, and offers a rich vision on that state of Australia’s contemporary art scene. Upon descending into the Art Gallery

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Reviewed by: Jordan Curtis   As far as modern warfare and drone movies go, Eye in the Sky definitely sets itself apart. Instead of focussing on the bloody nature of the military, this film is a suspenseful nail-biter designed to get the audience thinking about the moral reality of strategic military action. Eye in the Sky does a great job at making the audience feel completely stressed o

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Reviewed by: Harry Davies As odd as it sounds, Kung Fu Panda 3 is quite the landmark movie. Being the first major studio collaboration between Hollywood and China, all eyes in the industry were on this film upon its release. With China fast becoming the largest film market in the world many wondered if this new market could be tapped to make very good and very profitable films, and Kung Fu Pand

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Words: Nick Gencarelli On Dit recently had a chat with The Murlocs lead singer Ambrose Kenny-Smith about their latest album Young Blindness and their upcoming tour.   Ambrose says, ‘This latest release is a stronger album with more elements than Loopholes,’ the band’s last album. The process for the new album was different to their earlier work, with Ambrose writing m

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Reviewed by: Ben Felix Prolific documentarian Michael Moore is back with another triumph in his newest film Where to Invade Next. Moore takes American arrogance and society and turns it on its head in the most cynical, tongue-in-cheek way possible, by showing the gaping differences between American culture and that of countries across Europe and Africa. The audience is taken on a journey throug

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Reviewed by: Sebastian Moore Part erotic thriller, part Euro-hangout movie, A Bigger Splash brings together a quartet of international stars – established as well as rising – for a film that is more memorable for what it has its stars do than for what actually occurs in terms of plot. Tilda Swinton, for instance, plays an aging rocker with the on-stage persona of 70s David Bowie and

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