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Winter Cult Classics at Dendy Newtown

Winter Cult Classics at Dendy Newtown
     Dendy Newtown’s Cult Classics season will return again in June with a new line-up showcasing 80’s and 90’s favourites across a range of genres featuring the best of comedy, musicals and horror. 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of the cinematic release of The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. An instant Aussie classic, the film details the journey of drag-queens Mitzi... 

Movie Review: Incendies

Movie Review: Incendies
Every now and then a powerful, emotive and chilling political tragedy endowed with harrowing realism will come along that forces viewers to cower in horror at the state of the world they live in. Few films in recent memory have so deftly dealt with such an intriguing and compelling mystery as the one that drives Incendies. Few can match the film’s tension and lasting impact neither. From writer... 

Movie Review: Never Let Me Go

Movie Review: Never Let Me Go
Never Let Me Go, the British screen adaptation of Kazuo Ishiguro’s timeless 2005 science-fiction romance novel, is a mesmerizing film endowed with poignant beauty and tragic heartbreak that asks viewers to consider our own mortality, and what we value above all in our uncertain existence. Directed by Mark Romanek (One Hour Photo) and fueled by a wonderful central performance from Carey Mulligan,... 

Movie Review: Griff The Invisible

Movie Review: Griff The Invisible
Griff The Invisible is an offbeat Australian romantic comedy/drama written and directed by Leon Ford and starring Ryan Kwanten (True Blood, Red Hill) in the lead role. I found plenty of enjoyment in this ‘undeniably Aussie’ film. Barring some incredible plot elements, Griff the Invisible is fueled by fine performances from the leads, humorous idiosyncrasies and an outstanding score. It... 

Movie Review: The Way Back, now showing at Dendy Newtown

Movie Review: The Way Back, now showing at Dendy Newtown
The Way Back is the highly anticipated new film from renowned Australian director Peter Weir, a man known for the acclaimed films Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, The Truman Show and Gallipoli. Audiences have now come to expect greatness from Weir, and despite The Way Back once again proving that Weir is gifted in making the grand visual epic, it does feel overlong and emotionally... 

Club Dendy at Newtown

I just received my Dendy Cinemas Club card in the post and quickly scampered off to watch beautiful Leonardo DiCaprio in Inception on Thursday night. Just in case you are not a member of Club Dendy at Newtown here are some of the benefits, and there are plenty that might persuade you to join: For $20 yearly membership you then pay only $11 for an adult ticket You plus 1, not only do you receive tickets... 
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