"The Best of Enemies" does just about everything that a message movie should without losing sight of that other element that has nourished movies ever since they began – being entertaining, writes DOUGAL MACDONALD.
“Sexual flings sprinkle a narrative principally about domestic moments – moving out of the apartment, selling the apartment, little daily habits”... all in a movie that gets 4.5 stars from reviewer DOUGAL MACDONALD.
"You are entitled to expect a good experience when Danny Boyle’s name appears on a film’s masthead as director. When Richard Curtis’ name appears on the next line in the credits as writer, expectations soar even further." Reviewer DOUGAL MACDONALD'S at "Yesterday".
Meet powerhouse New York business woman Theresa and Isabel, who lives in India where she helps in running an orphanage. The link between them is that they are both the mother of Grace, the bride. Confused about that? Don’t be, says movie reviewer DOUGAL MACDONALD.
Director Tony D’Aquino is lucky to be back in Australia in one piece – he’s just been on what’s called the "circuit of horror” as he prepares for the general release of his R-rated, Canberra-made feature, “The Furies”, writes art editor HELEN MUSA.