The Weekend Australian - Review - - Out & About - SR

(PG) A Dog’s Pur­pose is based on the best­selling 2010 novel of the same name by W. Bruce Cameron, who is one of five cred­ited scriptwrit­ers, and has Steven Spiel­berg’s Am­blin En­ter­tain­ment on the pro­duc­tion side. It’s all about dogs. It’s a fan­tasy-com­e­dy­drama in which we fol­low the lives of five dogs. The fan­tasy el­e­ment is that each of the dogs is the same one rein­car­nated as a dif­fer­ent breed, some­times as the op­po­site sex. This film has drama, hu­mour and pathos. A dog’s life is short, and while they don’t know that, we do.

Cham­ber Pot Opera Three women meet in a bath­room for the first time and to­gether sing pieces from the cat­a­logues of pop­u­lar op­eras by Mozart, Puc­cini and Bizet. Through song, the women share their his­to­ries, trau­mas and fan­tasies. The opera will be per­formed in an ex­tremely Wil­liams bought a mem­ber­ship to the Wan­der­ers, whose colours are red and black, and trav­elled to see all their games, de­fi­antly wear­ing his Syd­ney FC jersey. What Wil­liams has cre­ated, and per­forms so well,

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