Luke BuckmasterApr 8, 2015
"Sensitive" and "respectful" are not the kind of words you'd expect to be associated with the Fast and the Furious franchise, but the latest installment is both those things.
Luke BuckmasterFeb 24, 2015
The Academy Awards, much like everything else to do with Hollywood, is really a branding exercise.
Luke BuckmasterFeb 13, 20155 Comments
The documentary filmmaker tells Crikey what Edward Snowden is like in person, and how much the NSA can learn from listening to you type.
Luke BuckmasterJan 28, 2015
American Sniper won't turn you into a gun-toting Republican. But it will provoke some interesting discussion.
Luke BuckmasterJan 21, 20151 Comment
Finally, people are plunking down their hard-earned at the local multiplex to see Australian films.
Luke BuckmasterJan 19, 2015
To many, Michael Keaton is a barely-remembered former Batman, or the eponymous ghoul in Beetlejuice -- the perfect choice to play a washed-up actor with a habit of playing superheroes.
Luke BuckmasterJan 13, 2015
Blockbusters, biopics and a brand-new Star Wars -- the big films of 2015
Luke BuckmasterDec 16, 20144 Comments
The Australian media acted with considerable restraint during the Sydney Lindt cafe siege. But future terrorists and hostage takers will not need professional journalists to get their demands and agendas out.
Luke BuckmasterDec 8, 2014
Art is sometimes uncomfortable. But that does not mean it should not be available.
Luke BuckmasterDec 2, 2014
Like Shakespeare said, "All the world's a stage" and that means, in 2014, that your lounge room, smartphone, computer and even wrist watch are all stages -- stages for self-destructive celebrities to dance on.