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PLGRM Presents: The Koori One
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Jun 21st, 2016
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Not so long ago we brought to your attention the incredible Melbourne-grown documentaries by alternative news outlet PLGRM. Well, the guys are back at it again this Thursday at Meat Market, this time bringing us The Koori One, which tells the story of Melbourne-based Aboriginal artist Stan 'Yarramunua' Dryden.It seems incredible that throughout our scho

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Introducing PLGRM: Melbourne’s Answer to VICE
  • by Sam Siddons
  • May 23rd, 2016
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The Huffington Post, ABC Radio, The Herald Sun, and The Age are but a few of the major publications and networks who have in recent months picked up stories by the team at PLGRM (pronounced Pilgrim).PLGRM is a Melbourne born and raised independent media network not dissimilar to VICE that tells incredible stories. Their mission is simple in returning to

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Leonardo DiCaprio’s Top 10 Performances
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Jan 11th, 2016
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Thanks to the absolutely stunning The Revenant, it is now almost a forgone conclusion that Leonardo DiCaprio will finally take home an Oscar. While many seem to cry foul that he has not already won the top accolade for his acting, truth be told over the course of his five nominations he has always come up against someone who has done something special -

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X-Men: Apocalypse, The Last Trailer We May Ever See
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Dec 13th, 2015
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Many credit Batman Begins (2005) as the catalyst for elevating superhero films into the hands of amazing actors. But going back before Christopher Nolan brought us the dark and gritty superhero landscape we see today there were to Marvel Studios films. Blade (1998) was the first to treat the material seriously, and the original Bryan Singer X-Men (2000)

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Gosling & Crowe Come Together In ‘The Nice Guys’
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Dec 11th, 2015
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The Nice Guys trailer promotes Shane Black as director of Iron Man 3 - as if that is some form of trophy to hang your hat on. Well, let us tell you Shane Black is so much more than a cog in the Marvel machine. He is the man who turned the unlikely duo of Mel Gibson and Danny Glover into two of the greatest on screen buddies. We speak of course about Let

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First Look: The Program
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Sep 16th, 2015
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The man who gave Peter La Fleur unfounded advice in Dodgeball is now being immortalized upon the big screen. However, The crime of undermining Dodgeball, although worthy of a big screen adaptation, will not be the focus of this story. Instead The Program will focus on the road that lead to such atrocities.The Program stars Ben Foster (3:10 To Yuma, Lo

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Weirdest Film Of The Year Contender: The Lobster
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Sep 10th, 2015
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In what has to be the strangest movie premise of the year, or possibly ever, Colin Farrell plays a man looking for love in a dystopian future. So what is strange about this? Well, in this dystopian future and in accordance with the laws of The City, the single people are taken to a hotel and must find a romantic partner within 45 days. If this is not achieve

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10 Best Films: Robert De Niro
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Sep 9th, 2015
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Last month Robert De Niro turned 72 years old. For some of us out there he is best known as Jack Byrnes from the Meet The Parents franchise. Others hear of this screen legend but can only point to a handful of films in the last 20 years that are worth remembering. De Niro's career has spanned 50 years, winning two Oscars from seven nominations, and insp

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First Look: Beasts Of No Nation
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Sep 7th, 2015
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Netflix has added another chapter in its pursuit of entertainment glory with the upcoming release of Beasts Of No Nation. The film is now the first ever feature to be produced by Netflix and the early word is that it's a strong Oscar contender.Beasts Of No Nation is directed by Cary Fukunaga, the same man behind the first (and indubitably better) seaso

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Will Smith KO’s the NFL in ‘Concussion’
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Sep 1st, 2015
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As the discussion on concussion in sport reverberates around the world, cinema has stopped to take a look at the man who began the chat.Dr. Bennet Omalu is the man responsible for linking chronic brain damage resulting in deaths with the NFL. This of course did not sit well with the National Football League which posted a profit of over $1 billion last yea

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The Godfather Of All Bosses: Marlon Brando
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Sep 1st, 2015
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Before there was DiCaprio, Pacino, or De Niro, and Nicholson, or even Paul Newman, there was another man whose legacy still shines on today. Every great art form has its immortals, its icons that are larger than life, who become legends until their lives become that of myth. In acting interviews today there is still one man who is spoken about with the resp

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Bradley Cooper Gets ‘Burnt’ In Latest Trailer
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Aug 19th, 2015
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Oh what a long way four time Oscar nominee Bradley Cooper has come since playing the memorable jackass fiancé competing for Rachel McAdams love against Owen Wilson in Wedding Crashers.B-Coop returns to the screens as a better-looking version of Gordon Ramsey in Burnt. Something of a passion project for Cooper it will see him playing world renowned chef Ad

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Kendrick Lamar Interviews N.W.A
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Aug 14th, 2015
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N.W.A are more than a seminal rap group from the late 80s early 90s. Individually and together they are arguably one of the greatest legacies in the rap game of all time. Through their music they were able to communicate the harsh reality of life for black teens in the gang-riddled suburb of Compton, South Central L.A.  Their no holds barred attitude saw th

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Teaser Trailer: Quentin Tarantino’s ‘The Hateful Eight’
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Aug 13th, 2015
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The frosty ice cold (and unusually lengthy) teaser trailer for Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight has arrived. This is monumental when you consider that due to script leaks and lawsuits Tarantino almost considered canning the entire film all together. It wasn't until a quality reception from a live script read that the great man decided to push on wit

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Old Enemies Return For 007 In The Full Trailer For SPECTRE
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Jul 23rd, 2015
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007 fans from the golden days of Sean Connery would be all too familiar with the organisation SPECTRE, which is first mentioned in Dr. No (1962) and last seen in Diamonds Are Forever (1971) - consequently also the last time the iconic Connery portrayed Bond.  SPECTRE, or the Special Executive for Counterintelligence, Terrorism, Revenge, and Extortion

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Jay Alvarrez & Alexis Ren: Making Us Envious Once Again
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Jul 22nd, 2015
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There are many qualities Jay Alvarrez possesses that undoubtedly make most men envious. If one made a list, it would go something like this: abs, beach living, holidays & swimmin', Instagram fame, skydivin', and now the kicker: his model girlfriend (by choice - not an aforementioned possession) Alexis Ren. Together Jay & Alexis are the hottest c

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Here’s What It Took To Get Jake Gyllenhaal Fight Ready For Southpaw
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Jul 16th, 2015
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If you've seen the trailer for the new boxing pic Southpaw starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Rachel McAdams, you'd know the former (thankfully) has got absolutely ripped. This is even more impressive given that Southpaw is Gyllenhaal's first film since Nightcrawler - which he lost around 10 kilos to play anti-hero Louis Bloom.Director, Antoine Fuqua (Train

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Dope Movie Trailer
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Jun 30th, 2015
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A$AP Rocky has been a busy man of late in between getting artistic with his Instagram feed and with his second studio album AT.LONG.LAST.A$AP (A.L.L.A) debuting at number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.Surprisingly he also found time to make his feature film debut in indie comedy Dope. A$AP plays a drug dealer named Dom, who’s stash falls into the hands of

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Prepare For The NBA’s Class Of ’15
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Jun 25th, 2015
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It’s been dubbed the best draft class since 2003. The one that gave us guys like LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, Carmelo Anthony and Chris Bosh. Like in any sport, draft picks can make or break organisations for extended periods of time – just ask the Detroit Pistons after passing on Melo, Wade and Bosh in '03 or ask OKC after KD slipped to them at pick 2 in

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Sicario Trailer
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Jun 24th, 2015
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Denis Villeneuve has been putting together an impressive filmography over the last five years, starting off with the gripping Incendies (2010), then back to back Jake Gyllenhaal thrillers, first with the puzzling Enemy, and then the gripping and acclaimed Prisoners (also with Hugh Jackman, both 2013).Villeneuve and his dark brand of thrillers are back thi

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Future Aussie Filmmakers: Part I
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Jun 24th, 2015
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The local box office has been a notoriously damned place for Australian films for a long time now. Yet Australia has just as much up and coming talent and originality as any other country with a thriving local film industry. Here we profile how a couple of film school graduates and a lawyer are reshaping the way in which Australian film can succeed.It’s

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June At The Box Office: Diamonds In The Rough
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Jun 17th, 2015
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June. It signifies the last of the three most uninspiring movie months when you're living in Australia. The end of March normally means the last of the movies campaigning for the Oscars (in February) have been and gone. From April to July most of the movies worth seeing have all but dried up until it comes around to the US Summertime – affectionately known

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The ‘Bron Legacy
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Jun 17th, 2015
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"But you'll never play me like LeBron vs. Jordan/in twenty years wonder who they gone say was more important/Both changed the game, came through and made a lane/Who's to say that who's greater, all we know, they ain't the same" rapped J. Cole on Sideline Story way back when in 2011.A wise man once said champions should be admired not compared. So let’s c

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Ex Machina: Our Debut Review
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Jun 12th, 2015
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Ex Machina, Directed by Alex Garland stars Domhall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac, and Alicia Vikander.Our first film review! So it's fitting that it is of a film that explores the Internet and new technology. Ex Machina is the debut directorial effort from Alex Garland. Garland is best known for his novel The Beach that was turned into a film starring Leonardo

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Fassbender Is Back In New Adaptation Of Macbeth
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Jun 5th, 2015
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When it comes to being a boss of film and television there is one man who they say wrote every story archetype - before film or TV even existed. That man was William Shakespeare. Shakespeare's influence on storytelling through film has been unrivalled with his fingerprints on everything from films such as the incredible Heat (1995), to the epic kids favo

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Tom Hardy Squared: Legend Trailer – that sh!t ‘Kray’
  • by Sam Siddons
  • May 4th, 2015
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It's hard not to get excited about Legend with such a rich tapestry of talent behind it. Directed by Brian Helgeland, the writer behind one of the best recent crime noir's in L.A. Confidential, the film focuses on Tom Hardy's identical twin brothers, Kray. The twins were responsible for raising hell in 1950's & '60's London, and received a level o

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5 Upcoming WTF!?! Movies We Can’t Wait To See
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Apr 29th, 2015
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Considering the endless amount of remakes (get ready for a new Scarface, and yet another Spider-Man series), unnecessary sequels/prequels (did we really need Prometheus and do we really want Blade Runner 2?), and the fact that we are in the midst of the Comic-Book-Movie-Golden-Age, it's easy to forget original films are still being made.There was o

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The Johnny of Old: Depp Returns in Black Mass
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Apr 25th, 2015
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Before he did one too many Tim Burton films. Before he was Jack Sparrow 5 times over. Before he did predictable box office bombs like The Lone Ranger and Mortdecai. He was Hunter S. Thompson. He was George Jung. And he was Donnie Brasco.There was a time when Johnny Depp was unpredictable, mysterious, and captivating. In what could possibly signal the thi

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The 10 Most Anticipated Films of 2015
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Apr 1st, 2015
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2014 was one of the most diverse years in film on record, from biting satires such as Birdman and Nightcrawler, dramas like Whiplash and Boyhood, to big brand/product placement films receiving critical acclaim, al la The Lego Movie. 2015 looks set to be an even bigger year, with some huge names returning to the big screen. Here's our list of what's got us ex

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NBA 2014-15 MVP Race
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Mar 17th, 2015
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The 2014-15 NBA MVP race is one of the closest in years, with a range of stars emerging from under the dominant shadows of LeBron James and Kevin Durant. We take a look at some of the big names, freakish athletes, and emerging talents taking one of the world's biggest sporting leagues by the scruff of the neck...  1: Stephen Curry, #30, Golden State