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Starring Kate Winslett
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THE FORCE AWAKENS
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SECRET IN THEIR EYES
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Starring Diane Keaton and John Goodman
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'LOVE THE COOPERS'
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HUNGER GAMES MOCKINGJAY PART 2
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FOR a movie which has cracked the top 10
new releases, it's clear that the new James
Bond film Spectre must be something pretty
special, isn't it?
Unfortunately, it is two-and-a-half hours of
intense action and stunning cinematography,
only to be spoiled by a horribly shallow
This time around, James Bond (Daniel
Craig) goes rogue after an unofficial mission
by the previous M sends him to uncover a
While Bond is off gallivanting around
the world, back home at headquarters the
current M (Ralph Fiennes) fights against
the political forces trying to shut down the
Understandably, in typical 'Bond' fashion,
he carries out his work in the same clinical
and professional manner he always does,
rarely breaking for any moment of emotion
or vulnerability -- which is where the film
has lost its touch.
While Spectre leads Bond to a person from
his past, the set-up and resolution fails to
reflect a compassionate man, as it all feels
haphazard, to say the least.
With four screenwriters and Sam Mendes as
director (also known for American Beauty,
one of my personal favourites), surely there
would have been no chance such a shallow
storyline could have made it to screen.
And being that society is in a socially
progressive age, isn't it time we see a James
Bond who doesn't emotionally manipulate
women into giving him answers through
Regardless, the film's title sequence, written
and performed by Sam Smith, sets up a
beautifully artistic stand alone clip, drawing
inspiration from a tiny detail found on the
ring of Bond's newest target.
The new head of the Centre of National
Security, Max Denbigh (Andrew Scott),
challenges the '00' program as outdated,
explaining that 'global surveillance' is the
future -- certainly a scarily accurate parallel
with Australia's data retention act.
Spectre also features Monica Belucci as the
grieving widow of one of Bond's targets,
one of the oldest women to be used as a
All in all, we can marvel at the well-planned
shots, which give us such a rich depth of
culture in Mexico during the Day of the
Dead festival, but without a wholesome
story, what are we actually cheering for?
If there is one thing to take away from
Spectre, let it be that, for James Bond, life
is more about having the licence to kill, but
choosing not to.
Matt Jones with his daughter Adele waiting
for the royals, Prince Charles and Camilla
Duchess of Cornwall, in Tanunda last
PHOTO: Alec Urquhart
At the Overway Hotel on Sunday to hear Acoustic
Highway are Nicole Diekmann (left) and Amanda
PHOTO: Peter Dibben
Zion Lutheran Church of Gawler
held its annual wine and cheese
night in Gawler on Saturday. With
about 70 people attending a good
time was had by all.
At the Gawler tennis association courts at the
weekend are Jason (left) and Jared Rozman, of
Colin and Chris Thiel.
ABOVE: Shirley Teusner (left),
Carolyn Teusner and
RIGHT: Karen Clarke
and Lisa Frahm.
ABOVE: John and
Cheryl and Kevin
Matt Clayton (left), Andrew Muriti, Luke Shearer, Justin Lofer, Gavin Frahm,
David Schulz, Rowan Lieschke and Pastor Geof Havelberg.
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