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78 – Loving, The LEGO Batman Movie, Denial, Kate Plays Christine, Logan, I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore

78 – Loving, The LEGO Batman Movie, Denial, Kate Plays Christine, Logan, I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore

We’re back with a bunch of reviews covering Jeff Nichols great film, Loving. Andrew saw the animated Lego Batman film creatively titled, The LEGO Batman Movie. We discuss fake news and the holocaust in Denial. Bernadette took a hit for the team and watched Kate Plays Christine, while Andrew took one for the team and watched some fil...[Read More]

Interview with Jasper Jones Star Aaron McGrath

Interview with Jasper Jones Star Aaron McGrath

As we wrap up our Jasper Jones coverage on The Last New Wave, we have one last treat – an interview with star of the film Aaron McGrath. Aaron was kind enough to chat on a Tuesday evening about his work on the film and his past work as well. Please, Australian folks, head along to see Jasper Jones while it’s in cinemas. Listen...[Read More]

77 – T2 Trainspotting, Silence, Paterson, Christine

77 – T2 Trainspotting, Silence, Paterson, Christine

On this episode of AB Film Review we cover a few truly great films – namely, Danny Boyle’s Trainspotting sequel T2 Trainspotting, Martin Scorsese’s long awaited 17th Century religious epic Silence, creating an Adam Driver pairing is Jim Jarmusch’s Paterson and finally the essential film about Christine ChubbuckR...[Read More]

Interview with A Few Less Men Star Chloe Hurst

Interview with A Few Less Men Star Chloe Hurst

On this episode Andrew interviews star of the new comedy sequel A Few Less Men, Chloe Hurst. In it, he talks to Chloe about life after moving to the US and the transition from stage to film based roles. Follow The Last New Wave on Facebook and Twitter. Feel free to leave us a review on iTunes here. Subscribe to the RSS feed for The Last N...[Read More]

David Stratton: A Cinematic Life – 2017 – Sally Aitken – The Last New Wave

David Stratton: A Cinematic Life – 2017 – Sally Aitken – The Last New Wave

On this episode, Andrew and Bernadette review the documentary about the man who brought them together – David Stratton: A Cinematic Life. Directed by Sally Aitken, this is equally a look at David Stratton, as well as the history of Australian cinema. Follow The Last New Wave on Facebook and Twitter. Feel free to leave us a review on...[Read More]

The Sentimental Bloke – 1919 – Raymond Longford – The Last New Wave

The Sentimental Bloke – 1919 – Raymond Longford – The Last New Wave

We’ve stuck around in modern times too long on The Last New Wave, so with the help of David Blakeslee, we jump back to 1919 with Raymond Longford’s The Sentimental Bloke. It’s not often that you can use the term ‘genuine classic’ for films, but if there were ever a time, it would be now. The Sentimental Bloke...[Read More]

Jasper Jones – 2017 – Rachel Perkins – The Last New Wave

Jasper Jones – 2017 – Rachel Perkins – The Last New Wave

Jasper Jones is Rachel Perkins adaptation of Craig Silvey’s powerful book about racism in 1960’s Australia. Starring Levi Miller, Aaron McGrath, Angourie Rice, Toni Collette and Hugo Weaving, this is a brilliant Australian film. Included in this episode is the audio from the Q&A session that Andrew attended. Please be advi...[Read More]

Interview with Jasper Jones and These Final Hours Star Angourie Rice

Interview with Jasper Jones and These Final Hours Star Angourie Rice

Angourie Rice is the star of Australian films like Jasper Jones and the cult hit These Final Hours. In Rachel Perkins adaptation of Craig Silvey’s much loved novel, Angourie stars as Eliza Wishart, the sister of missing girl Laura. Follow The Last New Wave on Facebook and Twitter. Feel free to leave us a review on iTunes here. Subsc...[Read More]

76 – Fences, Hidden Figures, Jackie, Manchester by the Sea, Moonlight, Oscar Discussion

76 – Fences, Hidden Figures, Jackie, Manchester by the Sea, Moonlight, Oscar Discussion

On this episode we go all in on the Oscars as we discuss four of the films in the running for Best Picture, Denzel Washington’s Fences, Theodore Melfi’s Hidden Figures, Kenneth Lonergan’s Manchester by the Sea and Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight. We also touch on Best Actress hopeful Jackie. 0:00 – Intro 4:37 – Fences 20:...[Read More]

AB Film Review’s 2016 Film Awards – Part Three – Best Films 20-1

AB Film Review’s 2016 Film Awards – Part Three – Best Films 20-1

Ah, finally, the episode that you’ve all been waiting for. The culmination of a year of film watching comes to a close with our twenty favourite films from 2016. As mentioned in the episode, this list includes films that may have had 2015 US releases. As per the other episodes as well, there’s a lot of swearing here, as well a...[Read More]

AB Film Review’s 2016 Film Awards – Part Two – Best Acting, Best Director, Best Script, Worst Films

AB Film Review’s 2016 Film Awards – Part Two – Best Acting, Best Director, Best Script, Worst Films

Part two of our awards swear-a-thon is here. In this one we go through the acting of 2016 and nominate and award those who we feel gave the best performances of the year. We also dish out our Best Director award and Best Script. Also, it wouldn’t be an awards show without running through what we think were the worst films of 2016. T...[Read More]

AB Film Review’s 2016 Film Awards – Part One – Best Scene, Best Australian Film, Best Dance Scene, Best Documentary, and More…

AB Film Review’s 2016 Film Awards – Part One – Best Scene, Best Australian Film, Best Dance Scene, Best Documentary, and More…

Welcome to the first part of AB Film Review’s End of 2016 Awards Show. Spread over three episodes because, well, we simply can’t contain all the different things we have to say in one episode. One day we’ll show restraint, but that day is not today. In this episode, we start our path to drunkenness as we discuss the best...[Read More]