Review: The Beguiled

“To watch The Beguiled is to see a director at the peak of her craft,” finds Alex Doenau.


Review: Baby Driver

Baby Driver is very much the sort of film that you’re either instantly onside with or off,” says Alex Doenau.


Review: Okja

Okja lurches from one unlikely set piece to the next,” says Alex Doenau.


Review: Rough Night

Rough Night embodies a lot of what doesn’t work about modern comedy,” says Alex Doenau.


Review: Fun Mom Dinner

Now screening at the Sydney Film Festival, “Fun Mom Dinner is an actor driven film, and there’s not a bad one amongst them,” finds Alex Doenau.


Review: The Other Side of Hope

Now screening at the Sydney Film Festival, The Other Side of Hope is “a movie of crushing inevitability and constant surprises,” says Alex Doenau.


Review: Brigsby Bear

Now screening at the Sydney Film Festival, Brigsby Bear is “a cathartic experience delivered in the warmest possible way,” finds Alex Doenau.


Review: The Mummy

“The Dark Universe is happening, and The Mummy is a decent enough start to it,” says Alex Doenau.