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Jackie van Beek and Madeleine Sami never let things go stale, praises Katie Parker.
In the lead-up to Avengers: Infinity War (in cinemas 25 April), Liam Maguren re-watches Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2.
A conversation with a Professor of Artificial Intelligence about ‘Westworld’, season two of which streams on NEON from April 23.
Three legendary trilogies are playing back-to-back-to-back at one of Auckland’s best cinemas.
Your stay-at-home options are lucrative this month with Wonder Woman on NEON, Interstellar on Netflix, and a heap of other Flicks…
Kicking off April 14th with characters from The Muppets, Sesame Street and Fraggle Rock, film screenings, workshops and four huge live…
The film’s momentum recalls the palpable desperation in the Safdie brothers’ Good Time, praises critic Amanda Robinson.
Covering everything from the conventions of Westerns to the history of colonialism, Ned Kelly, and even Australian ball-tampering.
Gorgeously shot and patiently paced, the tension and drama is punctuated by moments of humour and grace praises Steve Newall.
Daniel Rutledge recommends you keep your quality expectations low.
The whole thing looks and feels more like a video-game clip than a movie, writes Adam Fresco.
Jim Henson Legacy President and Muppet Historian Craig Shemin on the live performances, film screenings and workshops coming to Wellington…
Watch Warwick Thornton talk about his film Sweet Country
The best films of 2017 directed by women – ranked by the public
Joe Manganiello on Rampage and being a nerd in a giant’s body
Revisiting Doctor Strange – the one that nearly perfects the origin story
Interview: Jim Henson Legacy’s Craig Shemin talks Retrospectacle
Sweet Country review: frequently bleak, but also beautiful