Dining / Dropping into Molly’s mysterious world

"“-35° 16’ 46.45” S – 149° 7’ 35.23” E = directions to Molly. You can’t get more precise directions to a bar. Don’t look for a sign, neon lights, or a sandwich board with an arrow pointing you the right way, says dining reviewer WENDY JOHNSON

Master of lustre glazes: Greg Daly

art “Reflections” ceramics by Greg Daly, at Belconnen Arts Centre, Emu Bank, Belconnen until October 19. Open Tuesdays to Sundays, 10am to 4pm. Reviewed by Meredith Hinchliffe

Review / Flogging a dead horse

theatre “Equus’” Written by Peter Shaffer, directed by barb barnett for Canberra Rep At Theatre 3, until October 11. Reviewed by Len Power

Review / ‘The Skeleton Twins’ (M) ** and a half

IN California, Milo (Bill Hader) writes: “To whom it may concern, goodbye” on the back of an envelope then slits his wrist in the...

Review / ‘The Immigrant’ (M) ***

THE plaque attached to the plinth supporting the Statue of Liberty quotes from Emma Lazarus’s sonnet “New Colossus”. “Give me your tired, your poor, your...

Dining / Meeting a passion for pizza

A FRIEND of mine isn’t keen on pizzas. Fair enough, but to be honest I don’t get it: what’s there not to like? Now, I’m...

Review / ‘Sin City: A Dame To Kill For’ (MA) **

IN Robert Rodriguez’s violent, angry filming of Frank Miller’s cartoon strip fantasy views of the underbelly of American society, this city sleeps by day...

Review / ‘We Are The Best’ (MA) ****

IN Swedish filmmaker Moodysson’s dramatisation of a cartoon strip by his wife, schoolgirls Bobo and Klara, soon to start climbing puberty’s upward slope, want...

Review / ‘Wish I Was Here’ (M) ***

IN his second film after “Garden State” (2004), director Zach Braff plays aspiring actor Aidan, upon whom life’s burdens, while individually relatively minor, are...

Review / Griffyn sorely tests its audience

music "House on Fire" The Griffyn Ensemble At the National Gallery of Australia, Saturday, September 13. Reviewed by Ian McLean

Review / ‘Tarzan’ (PG) ** and a half

JOSEF Stalin reportedly once said that Edgar Rice Burroughs was his favourite author. Burroughs’s eponymous hero of the African jungle has been around on paper...

Review / ‘The Giver’ (M) *** and a half

THE progenitor of Phillip Noyce’s film is a novel by Lois Lowry set in a world that might be the mirror image of the...

Review / ‘Night Moves’ (M) ***

MOTIVATED by confused environmental conscience, market-garden labourer Josh (Jesse Eisenberg), rich kid Dena (Dakota Fanning) and layabout Harmon (Peter Sarsgaard) are planning to make...

Ristorante doing something right

“Tosolini’s is going strong in a market where new places to dine appear so fast it makes your head spin," says dining reviewer WENDY JOHNSON

Review / ‘Bethlehem’ (M) *** and a half

IN writer/director Yuval Adler’s feature debut, Israeli secret-service officer Razi (Tsahi Halevi) is running a mole in an extremist group – Hamas, Palestinians, whatever;...

Review / ‘Into the Storm’ (M) *

STEVEN Quayle’s second feature (in 2011, I gave half a star to his first, “Final Destination”) “Into the Storm” cost $US50million and Americans have...

Dining / On fire in Braddon

“Blackfire’s only been open a couple of weeks but it won’t take Canberrans long to discover it," says dining reviewer WENDY JOHNSON

Review / Dylan thrills and disappoints

music Bob Dylan At the Royal Theatre, Friday, August 29. Reviewed by Judith Crispin

Review / The magical ‘Dream’

theatre “The Dream” By William Shakespeare, directed by Peter Evans Bell Shakespeare At The Playhouse until September 13. Reviewed by Joe Woodward

Review / ‘Magic In The Moonlight’ (PG) *** and a half

WOODY Allen’s latest film is a whimsical confection that Noël Coward might have recognised as reflecting his style – the upper classes at play,...

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