About Natalie Salvo

Natalie Salvo Natalie is a Sydney-based writer and lover of all things music, food, photography comedy, art, theatre. You can find her digging in crates at good record stores.

Author Archives: Natalie Salvo

Georgy Girl DVD Review

July 6th, 2020 | by Natalie Salvo

In “Georgy Girl” it seems like everyone is living in Swinging London except our main protagonist. Georgy is the kind ...

Sorry, Wrong Number Blu-ray Review

July 5th, 2020 | by Natalie Salvo

Modern films have scripts that are especially written or they’re adaptations of a novel. But consider the 1948 film, “Sorry, ...

Angela’s Ashes DVD Review

July 5th, 2020 | by Natalie Salvo

Irish writer, Frank McCourt grew up in the town of Limerick. It’s interesting the link between those names, as Messer ...

Love Sarah Film Review

July 1st, 2020 | by Natalie Salvo

We’re taught that girls are made of sugar, spice, and all things nice. That adage certainly applies to the treacly, ...

Catherine the Great Blu-ray Review

June 22nd, 2020 | by Natalie Salvo

“Catherine the Great” was one of the most successful female rulers of all-time. She’s also a larger than life character ...

The Age of Innocence DVD Review

June 16th, 2020 | by Natalie Salvo

Martin Scorsese is no one-trick pony. The famous director has made all kinds of films, from action-packed stories about gangs ...

Sorry We Missed You Digital Review

April 25th, 2020 | by Natalie Salvo

John Lennon sang that a “working class hero is something to be.” But veteran filmmaker, Ken Loach’s drama, “Sorry We ...

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