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Author Archives: Tracey Fox

For the past eight years Tracey has been the smiling face at reception. She takes care of the classifieds and trades and services sections for the paper but she is also our reviewer. For the past seven years her movies, books, theatre and food reviews have entertained our readers. She loves the fact the Echo is a small paper and its staff have a genuine interest in local issues because they are locals. Tracey says it is great working at a paper she wants to read.

The potential for a Bad Girl in all of us

TRACEY FOX 3.5 stars Rated MA15+ FILMED entirely in Western Australia, namely the Swan Valley, Kalamunda and Serpentine comes a new dark thriller with some twists. Bad Girl follows the storyline of two young Australian girls who both have shady ...

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Beauty and the Beast

Tracey Fox   4 Stars   BEAUTY and the Beast: everyone’s favourite Stockholm Syndrome fairy tale, where an innocent young girl, held captive by a big hairy beast, falls in love with her capture and becomes a blushing princess. That’s ...

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Gold: not all that sparkles

Tracey Fox Rated M 3.5 Stars   TRUE stories can really be interesting to watch, and Gold is the kind of flick that makes you wonder how the heck some people get away with the things they do. Gold is, and always ...

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xXx: Return of Xander Cage

Tracey Fox 3 Stars Rated M Starring Vin Diesel, Ruby Rose, Samuel L. Jackson, Toni Collette   HAVING never seen the previous instalments of this franchise, I have to admit I had really no idea what to expect, other than ...

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Celebrating in style

Tracey Fox   ACE cinema’s Gold Lounge is celebrating 10 years of providing an excellent theatre going experience, and they invited Echo News to come along to their newly refurbished cinema. As we walked up the gleaming stairs to the ...

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Pitt in romantic thriller

TRACEY FOX Allied Rated M Starring: Brad Pitt, Marion Cotillard 3 Stars SET in the 1940s during the Nazi “troubles”, comes Allied, an elegant and sophisticated war drama that is unmistakably trying to bring back some of the old school ...

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