In the end it was way too hard to rank them from #100 down to #1, so instead I broke them down into categories and didn't rank them at all.
Helping MIFF fans know what to choose, Via five line limerick reviews, Our rhymes don't pay bills , We do it purely for thrills, Meet y'all at the festival club for some brews....
Mirren's terrific (playing 6 decades, sans crown),
Ma'am meets her PMs (including Churchill & Brown).
She's a figurehead of stature,
Had disagreements with Thatcher,
And thought Blair was a bit of a clown!
Hortense's cooking for the Prez of France,
She doesn't care about budgets/finance,
There isn't much plot,
But food porn its got:
It'll have you in a gluttonous trance.
The initial setup takes way too long,
Then our reward: visuals so strong!
The Land of Oz, there to see ...
The best picture nominees one through nine,
Reviewed in classic five line rhyme,
Our Oscar cheat sheet,
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Fantasy journey from this famous limber crew,
It's amazing what human bodies can do!
The 3D is pretty cool,
Especially the bits in the pool,
And there's Beatles and Elvis music too.
Hamish Blake and Bret McKenzie star in Two Little Boys, a cheeky comedy with great toasted sandwiches.
Two Little Boys opens in Australian Cinemas on November 15.
Thanks to Hopscotch and The Limerick Review, you could win a double pass to see the film!
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Receving a ten minute standing ovation at the prestgious Cannes Film Festival, The Sapphires is a crowd-pleasing combination of comedy, heart and romance and an unbeatable soul music soundtrack, set against the racial and social upheaval of the late 1960s.
A jewel-bright charmer and an Australian classic, The Sapphires is not to be missed.
The Sapphires opens in Australian Cinemas on August 9.
What a triumph! (SFF twenty-twelve),
Countless fab films in which to delve,
Moodley, Neighbour and team:
You programmed a film-lovers dream,
And the Hub idea: keep it! (don't shelve).
Michelle Williams plays twenty-eight-year-old Margot, happily married to Lou (Seth Rogen), a good-natured cookbook author.
But when Margot meets Daniel (Luke Kirby), a handsome artist that lives across the street, their mutual attraction is undeniable.
Warmly human, funny and bittersweet, TAKE THIS WALTZ deftly avoids romantic clichés and paints an unusually true and unsentimental portrait of adult relationships.
Take This Waltz opens in Australian Cinemas...
This American Life by Glass,Is radio that's hard to surpass,
Hooray for Hollywood!
The Limerick Review (and our friends) provide a run down on Hollyood's night of nights!
The Best Picture nominees reviewed below, in five line rhyme!
Another year, another novelty top 20 list...