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ABOUT THE WRITER: Harry Sabulis is a film, music, theatre and media crazed writer with a passion for all things artsy. A certified nerd and aspiring screenwriter, Harry loves storytelling in all of its forms. You can read some of his film reviews on his blog, Kill The Critic.

Movie Review: Endings, Beginnings

Harry Sabulis

Monday, May 25, 2020

For those who love a good love story (with a little bit of heartbreak along the way), Endings, Beginnings holds up with good performances from its rising star cast as they progress to more adult roles, weaving a messy web of life and love and everything in between.

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Movie Review: Vivarium

Harry Sabulis

Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Harry reviews Vivairum - available on Video On Demand via Google Play, iTunes, Telstra, Fetch and Umbrella Entertainment. Coming to Foxtel on Demand from May 6.

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Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness Review

Harry Sabulis

Thursday, April 2, 2020

The absolutely crazy, redneck-friendly, tiger-filled, murder mystery documentary series that has been sweeping the nation, Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness certainly lives up to its title – and is easily one of the wildest true stories now streaming on Netflix.

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Good Boys Movie Review

Harry Sabulis

Thursday, September 19, 2019

A cobbled-together mess of inappropriate jokes and an unoriginal strung together plot, Good Boys is a film that would suit a night home on Netflix much better than a cinema viewing.

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IT Chapter Two Review

Harry Sabulis

Thursday, September 5, 2019

If 2017’s It was an uplifting story about a group of friends overcoming their fears by facing them head-on, then the latest It Chapter Two is a more sombre tale about coming to terms with the traumas of childhood.

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Hobbs and Shaw Movie Review

Harry Sabulis

Tuesday, August 6, 2019

A wall-to-wall mess of action, explosions and heavy-handed humour, Hobbs & Shaw, while entertaining at times, might be a step too far into the ridiculous than fans were hoping for in the much anticipated first spin-off of the Fast & Furious franchise.

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Happy Ending Review

Harry Sabulis

Friday, July 26, 2019

A remarkably intelligent yet cheeky and immature adventure into old age, Happy Ending is a sincere and hilarious film that proves the struggles of love, loss and self-discovery are truly ageless.

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The Lion King Review

Harry Sabulis

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

A technological marvel and a fitting re-telling of a story that has found its place in multiple generations, Disney’s 2019 The Lion King stands firm on its own two (or four?) legs as a terrific film in its own right while remaining faithful to the 1994 film that it’s based on.

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