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It may not have been the most successful movie franchise of all time but it was certainly the most prolific with a staggering 31 productions between 1958 and 1992. Featuring titles such as Carry On Camping, Carry On Screaming and the geographically specific Carry On Up The Khyber, the much loved genre depended heavily on a […]

Fahrenheit 11/9

Michael Moore rose to prominence as a documentarian because he’s not afraid to dig deep. He knows how to show every side of very complex issues with incredible precision and attention to detail, all while keeping his audience engaged and entertained. Fahrenheit 11/9 is a departure from Moore’s trademark precision. Instead of zeroing in on […]

O Bar & Dining

Emerging from the lift into this darkened space your eyes are instantly captivated by the panoramic city view. Head Chef Darren Templeman has brought over much of what I loved from Restaurant Atelier, though his new iconic Harry Seidler-designed location means he’s obliged to paint with a broader brush.


2009 sees Michael Moore point his imposing finger at capitalism and American uber-companies in the latest doco Capitalism: A Love Story. For the painfully literal out there, the title is laden with more irony than an Alanis Morissette album. As a half-hearted and sporadic hater of capitalism from way back, I was already aware of […]