Widely considered one of the funniest plays in English, Oscar Wilde's much-loved masterpiece throws love, logic and language into the air to make one of theatre's most dazzling firework displays. Jack, Algy, Gwendolyn and Cecily discover how unsmooth runs the course of true love, while Lady Bracknell keeps a baleful eye on this mayhem of manners.
On his most dangerous mission yet, James Bond 007 is sent to investigate the connection between a North Korean terrorist and a diamond mogul who is funding the development of an international space weapon. Based on the Ian Fleming character.
Opening Credits satirised in The Simpsons ep 'Mypods & Broomsticks'
Gina improves our vocabulary with today’s word ‘ridiculous’. What other funny examples can you think of for the word ridiculous? Draw or paint a picture of something ridiculous. Describe your picture to a friend.
Moore shows the irony that the USA sanction dropping bombs on others but can't understand why their children shoot each other. Archival footage of Columbine gives authenticity and strengthens Moore's narrative and the actual Columbine footage creates empathy
Enjoy this poetic, colourful piece by Bronwyn Bancroft then see how much you remember and understand with the quiz.
From popular Australian narratives to frightening dystopias, critique the storytelling styles and moral lessons of films prescribed by Tasmania's Department of Education. Please note, while these videos are recommended by the education department we suggest vetting them with respect to your school's film classification policy.
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