Author: Glenn Cochrane
Glenn Cochrane resides in Melbourne and is a member of the Australian Film Critics Association. He is the creator of FakeShemp.Net, contributes to various publications, and works creatively with American director Albert Pyun. He recently hosted a series of promotional videos for CBSi and Netflix, and has a weakness for 80's cinema. You can find him on IMDB.
The book may have gripped readers, but it translates terribly and makes for a cringe-worthy, utter failure of a film.
A fun sequel... and a bit of a tasteless display of mass consumerism.
A wholesome Xmas film that the whole family can enjoy.
Not a great film or an honourable progression for its characters, but it is an entertaining catch up with an old friend.
Don't expect a fact-based, in-depth look at Freddie Mercury and Queen; expect a damn good time.
Schools should include it in their syllabus, rising filmmakers should study it and sc-fi fans need to re/discover it...
The acclaimed thespian receives an appropriate and light-hearted ode to a life's work.
Each tale could work well on its own, but combined as a whole here...
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