Entertainment and Arts
It’s doubtful anyone going to see Godzilla II is expecting the biggest film of 2019. We see oversized monster movies is for the escapism and the humour.
Thankfully in the Aladdin remake it seems that matching up to Robin Williams isn’t what Will Smith tried to do. He brings that ‘Fresh Prince’ soul instead.
Mrs Gladys Staines made me feel normal, somehow. Like I didn’t have to pretend, and I didn’t have to improve, to be in her company.
Poms is perfect for a Girls Day Out, or to feed your anti-ageing rebellion. It is light-hearted but could change your life if you let it.
After living the rockstar lifestyle, ‘Head’ hit rock bottom and it was there he found something he wasn’t expecting. ‘Loud Krazy Love’ tells the story.
Aussie pop singer Kate Miller-Heidke had her global Eurovision audience spellbound, singing about the joys of emerging from postnatal depression.
A pastor’s vow to a prisoner facing execution to speak out against the death penalty is dramatised in the short film ‘Execution Island’.
Breakthrough tells a startling, back-from-the-brink recovery story that’s sure to leave you scratching your head, even if you don’t share the grateful mother’s faith-miracle conclusions.
The tragic yet inspiring story of Australian missionary Graham Staines is one that will never be forgotten by India’s Christian community, who have suffered persecution for decades.
Christians Like Us is a two-part SBS series that throws together 10 people of different faith persuasions in a house, and airs on Wednesdays.