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Reviewed by: Nick Gencarelli and Natalie Carfora   Based on the crowd heading in to see Sausage Party, we expected yet another dim-witted stoner comedy from Seth Rogen and Co. But, to our disbelief, and despite the unnecessarily loud Rogen-esque chuckles from the obnoxious bros sitting behind us, the film was surprisingly funny.   Following the story of Frank the Frankfurter, Sausage

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The Gov, Thursday 30th May Reviewed by: Nicholas Gencarelli and Sean Brandt In April of this year, Melbourne-based psych-rock band, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, released their 8th album in just four years. At this stage, the band has earned the reputation of being Australia’s most prolific, and consistent, rock revivalists of this decade. The new album, Nonagon Infinity, like most

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Little Theatre, University of Adelaide 11th May 2016 Often classed as one of Shakespeare's less popular plays, the University of Adelaide Theatre Guild have taken on the comedy and enjoyed great success. When Valentine (Matthew Chapman) leaves Verona to try his luck in big city Milan, Proteus (Alex Antoniou) is left behind, desperately in love with Julia (Bonnie McAllister). Proteus&#

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Reviewed by: Ryan Mac In media res is a great thing, if you do it right. It throws everyone right into the action, avoids drawn out exposition dumps, and generally leads to economic storytelling. But if you stuff it up it can lead to a confused audience and a lack of investment in anything happening onscreen. Midnight Special stuffs it up. We open with Roy (Michael Shannon) and Lucas (Joel E

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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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