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The First Reviews for Coen Bros’ ‘Hail, Caesar!’ Are Magnificent

by Ed, Flicks.co.nz, from News February 06 2016,

The Coen Brother’s new comedy Hail, Caesar! (opening in NZ on March 3 and Australia on February 25) has premiered in Los Angeles this week (pictured above – cast members Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Alden Enrenreich, Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum). We’ve been highly anticipating this, very highly anticipating, but also trying to balance this against ... Read on.

February 04 2016,

Review: ‘Anomalisa’ Gets Under Your Skin

by Matt Glasby, from Reviews

You don’t get much more niche than Anomalisa – a crowd-funded stop-motion animation from master headchuffer Charlie Kaufman, writer of Being John Malkovich, Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind and Adaptation. Unhear... Read on.

FlicksCast: ‘The Hateful Eight’, Talks With Tarantino and More

by Ed, Flicks.co.nz, from The FlicksCast February 02 2016,

Flicks contributors Steve Newall, Liam Maguren, Dominic Corry and Paul Casserly talk Tarantino’s eighth film, and so does Tarantino himself in an interview from his Auckland visit for the film’s premiere. ‘The Hateful Eight’ Movie Times | Our Full Video Interview With Tarantino | Liam’s Home Video Recommendation Subscribe to The FlicksCast on iTunes | ... Read on.

February 02 2016,

Weekly Movie Poll Results

by Ed, Flicks.co.nz, from News

Check the nation’s pulse with the results of each week’s extremely important movie poll. Who should play John Key in a movie? Which movie dinosaur is the bestest? Who would win a fight between Arnie, Stallone and ... Read on.

Alliance Française French Film Festival Reveals Their 2016 Line-Up

by Ed, Flicks.co.nz, from News January 29 2016,

Celebrating 10 years of bringing the best of French cinema to New Zealand, the Alliance Française French Film Festival has unveiled the official film selection for 2016. The programme features 37 titles, including a special section of films from the Cannes International Film Festival, Festival Patron Antonia Prebble’s personal favourites and a number of international ... Read on.