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  1. “Teeth”: A Pyrmont Movie Review

    When I first heard about the film “Teeth” a dark comedy about the sexual awakening of a girl who has Vagina Dentata (Latin for toothed vagina) I expected to be in for a B grade treat.  I wanted something along the lines of “Bad Biology” the story of a woman who has seven clitorises and [...]

  2. Pyrmont Movie Lovers: Angels & Demons A Review

    Hey there Pyrmont movie lovers, Denieal recently went to see Angels & Demons. Here are her thoughts. The filmic version of The DaVinci Code is an improvement on the novel, partly because you don’t have to deal with Dan Browns insufferable prose, partly because of the intriguing subject matter of mysteries around Christ, and partly [...]

  3. Pyrmont Movie Reviews: Samson & Delilah

    If interested in seeing Samson & Delilah, check out our review by Denieal Williams. Samson & Delilah was screened at the opening of the 10th Message Sticks Indigenous Film Festival at the Sydney Opera House last week and  is being shown at the upcoming Cannes Film Festival. The posters for Samson & Delilah say simply [...]

  4. Pyrmont Movie Review: Milk

    For those of you keen movie goers in Pyrmont, check out our review of Milk by Denieal Williams. In 1978 activist Harvey Milk became the first openly gay man to be elected to a public office, as a member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. As a SF Bay Area native, I am more [...]

  5. Pyrmont Reviews: “Gonzo, The Life and Work of Dr Hunter S. Thompson”

    Hey there Pyrmont Village film buffs, if you are keen to see a new documentary, check out our review of Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr Hunter S. Thompson by Denieal Williams. When I first learned about journalist Hunter S. Thompson I thought “Surely this is an exaggeration he can’t be this crazy in [...]

  6. Pyrmont Movie Review: The Wackness

    If your keen to see The Wackness, check out our film review by Denieal Williams. And, if you do get along to see the movie, let us know what you thought of it Pyrmont people. I would like to think that the charm of Sony Pictures recent release The Wackness, extends beyond this reviewers nostalgia [...]

  7. Pyrmont Reviews: Burn After Reading

    Hey Pyrmont People, if you are thinking of seeing Burn After Reading check out our review by Denieal Williams. In their follow-up to the Oscar winning No Country For Old Men, Ethan and Joel Coen return to their signature twisted form of storytelling in the dark comedy Burn After Reading. Laughably named Osborne Cox (John [...]

  8. Pyrmont Theatre Review: The Narcissist

    If you are contemplating a night at the theatre, go along and see the “The Narcissist” at the Sydney Opera House. Due to overwhelming demand, tickets from 6 – 11 October are now on sale for this event. Check out the review of this comedy by Denieal Williams for Pyrmont Village. Going to see the [...]

  9. Pyrmont Film Review: In Bruges

    Our film buff, Denieal Williams, recently went along to see In Bruges. Check out her review below. If you have seen the movie, we would love to hear your thoughts Pyrmont. Irish playwright Martin McDonagh’s feature film debut, In Bruges, can’t quite decide what it wants to be. The film vacillates between Tarantinoesque violence and [...]

  10. Pyrmont Reviews: Welcome to the sticks (Bienvenue chez les Ch’tis)

    If you guys in Pyrmont are looking for something to do, go along and see Welcome to the Sticks/Welcome to the land of the Shti’s (Bienvenue chez les Ch’tis). Check out our review by Denieal Williams. This movie is the sweet and funny tale of Philippe Abrams (Kad Merad) a postal worker who, in order [...]

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