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Vintage Machinery Club Inc.
presents the 21st Annual
Yesterday's Power Rally
21st & 22nd January, 2017
Milang Oval, Milang, SA
Admission $7 pp
Children under 12, free of charge
Come and see: Old working engines & machinery,
tractors, ﬁre engines and commercial vehicles.
Vintage & veteran cars, motorcycles, model boat display.
Model railway display and vintage chainsaw
demonstraton. Many interesing stalls and a good
variety of food.
PRE-1973 TRACTOR PULL
Enquiries to Roger 0413 616 834 or Venita 8297 4715
PASSENGERS is a good film that could
have been great, though it will undoubtedly
delight many movie-goers and sci-fi fans.
The film's premise is one that incites
intrigue. In an undefined future, 5000
sleeping colonists head towards the planet
Homestead II in search of a new life.
Jim (Chris Pratt) and Aurora (Jennifer
Lawrence) are two luckless passengers who
wake up just 30 years into their 120-year
Trapped and unable to access
communications, the two strangers co-exist
aboard the Avalon with only the android
Arthur (Michael Sheen) for company.
As they investigate and slowly come to
terms with their situation, so too do they
learn more about one another.
When the state-of-the-art ship begins to
experience technical malfunctions, even
more stress is put on their precarious
Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence are in the
prime of their careers, and both give strong
Particular praise should be given to
cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto, who gives
the audience a visually stunning film that
almost makes you feel comfortable about
being trapped in space for 90 years.
Had it not been for some of the formulaic
pitfalls that so many Hollywood
blockbusters of today seem to make, I might
have seen it again.
The third act of the film gets so out of
control that when everything is wrapped up
in a neat little package at the end, you can't
help but think, 'not again'.
Still, I would not say that Passengers is
predictable; it is an original idea with
engaging drama and suspense all the way
While it has a unique story-line, this
romantic adventure is reminiscent of Gravity
(2013), in that it centres around people, but
in a setting that makes you think about the
The existential choices made by the
characters are what I most enjoyed about
this film: I found myself considering
what decisions I would make in their
Even if the story doesn't quite pan out
how you would like, there is undoubtedly
something for everyone in Passengers that
will make it worthwhile.
Chair of Music SA Anne Wiberg pictured at the launch
of the CHANGE Music Festival held in Gawler for the past
RIGHT: The Rocca family from
Adelaide, Tony (left), Louis,
Vittoria, Massimo and Carmen,
having lunch in the park.
PHOTO: Alec Urquhart
Helen Brown (front) of Trevu
being visited by her son Lynton
Brown and daughter-in-law
Daudai Brown, who are from
Orbost, Victoria. PHOTO: Supplied
Marilyn Simpson (left), Sue Laidlaw and Robert Laidlaw at the Gawler
Community Gallery on Monday.
Front: Chairperson of Dyslexia SA Northern Adelaide and Barossa Branch Janice McPhail and Dr Carol Tolman, co author of LETRS program.
Back: Attendees of the program, Tracy McInerney, Lanna Grundy, Gail Darby, Tracey Bradley, Monique Lagana, Mel Whiting, Sue Teusner and Nikki
PHOTO: Emma Kent
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