Entertainment and Arts


New Life Movie Review

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By: Rebecca Moore “…it’s all the moments, good and bad that make up a life, and the most important thing to do with life, is to live it.” (more…)

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First Man Movie Review: Ryan Gosling is Neil Armstrong

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By: Laura Bennett Having tapped his toes for Director Damien Chazelle in LA LA Land, the two are now taking Ryan Gosling’s feet to the moon, and it’s worth the watch. (more…)

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Christopher Robin Movie Review – Is It Too Bleak?

By: Laura Bennett Clearly, we just can’t enough of pooh. Winnie the Pooh that is. Not to be confused with last year’s Goodbye Christopher Robin and its original story of our favourite bear, Christopher Robin is an imaginary tale about a boy who’s too grown up. (more…)

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Hugely Popular Rockers Skillet Back to Tour Australia

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By: Tim Bain In the lead up to interviewing Skillet’s front man John Cooper, I did a bit of research and to the best of my limited information, I was surprised to find out just how big they are. (more…)

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Stryper’s Australia Tour Still Going Ahead as Guitarist Oz Fox Battles Brain Tumours

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Above: Stryper guitarist Oz Fox. Photo: John Charles, Facebook. By: Clare Bruce A sudden health scare has cast a shadow over Christian metal band Stryper and its current world tour, as long-time guitarist Oz Fox faces a diagnosis of brain tumours. (more…)

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For KING & COUNTRY’s Chart-Topping ‘Joy’: The Surprising Backstory Behind the Infectious Song

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By: Clare Bruce It’s huge, anthemic and infectious, and it’s got a music video that jumps from the screen like an explosion in a paint factory—thus is Joy, the latest single from Christian rock duo, for KING & COUNTRY. (more…)

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Can Superheros Help Our Real World?

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By: Anne Rinaudo Can superheroes teach us some important lessons about how to respond to a crisis? That’s the question Katie Cox, PhD candidate at the Australian National University (ANU), is examining. Her doctoral project investigates the influence of national security in Marvel’s ‘Iron Man’ and its sequels. (more…)

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Incredibles 2 Movie Review

By: Paul Asay Superheroes are messy. Yes, admittedly they may have the best of intentions. But every time they do battle with a bad one, collapsing buildings are sure to follow. (more…)

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God Was There in My Darkest Days: Human Nature’s Andrew Tierney on ‘Finding Faith’

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By: Laura Bennett If you didn’t have a Human Nature poster on your bedroom wall in the 90s, you probably knew a teenager who did. The singing, dancing foursome, who started out as four school mates in 1989, are now Australian pop royalty, having performed 1400 shows with a thriving Las Vegas residency. (more…)

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Facing the Worst Moments in Christianity: Sweeping New Film in Cinemas Now

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By: Clare Bruce It’s hard to deny that Christianity has contributed great good around the world, in the centuries since Jesus walked the earth. (more…)

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