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In the lead-up to Avengers: Infinity War (in cinemas 25 April), Liam Maguren re-watches Avengers: Age of Ultron.
While not necessarily queer cinema’s most revelatory offering, Love, Simon is more charming than anticipated.
You can expect some of these to pop up during the upcoming film festival rounds.
The problems start from scene one, writes Tony Stamp.
In the lead-up to Avengers: Infinity War (in cinemas 25 April), Liam Maguren re-watches Guardians of the Galaxy.
Steve Newall on Alex Garland’s subjective take on Jeff Vandermeer’s sci-fi novel, now playing on Netflix.
Dominic Corry hears from the ‘Rushmore’ actor on her parallel universe/espionage show, now streaming on NEON.
Early reviews from SXSW are in for Steven Spielberg’s near-future sci-fi Ready Player One, and it has critics divided.
New Zealand’s leading platform for high-quality short documentaries, is once again seeking proposals from New Zealand filmmakers.
Written, directed and starring Jackie van Beek and Madeleine Sami, Kiwi rom-com The Breaker Upperers had audiences cracking up at its world…
What does the Oscar win for Get Out (available to stream on NEON now) say about how the Academy treats horrors and thrillers?
Iannucci has taken the template he honed to perfection in his political satires The Thick of It, In The Loop and Veep and applied it here to…
Is Get Out a turning point for horror films at the Oscars?
Annihilation review: a highly recommended, mind-bending puzzler
The Death of Stalin review: a ripe setting for a truly killer cast
Revisiting Guardians of the Galaxy – fresh, flawed, & fun
The Breaker Upperers cracks up SXSW Audiences
Interview: Olivia Williams on her role opposite J.K. Simmons in Counterpart