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“The film isn’t a serious sociological examination. It’s a comedy, but one with some depth to it,” writes Tony Stamp.
Tony Stamp reviews Takashi “Miike’s lovingly crafted tableaus of severed limbs and blood splatter.”
For October’s Hoyts Poll, we put it to you, the people of New Zealand, to vote for the greatest Gosling role of all time.
Whether it’s due to the editing or the writing, this adaptation feels like it ripped pages out of the novel to make it run under two hours.
Think The Perfect Storm, only in a forest, and you’re in the ballpark for a drama jettisoning macho posturing and Hollywood heroics.
Name another week where the top ten Box Office had THREE films from New Zealand directors.
Swap your chair for a year: Win a year’s worth of free reclining at Hoyts Wairau Park or Metro by Hoyts Hamilton.
Kathryn Bigelow’s latest is the most disturbing and difficult watch of 2017.
While it does provide some laughs, it foolishly tries to be a tear-jerker as well as a knee-slapper.
So far, so bad, but Jigsaw does amend some elements that stained the franchise.
We talked to the face and voice behind iconic horror mastermind Jigsaw.
This is the second year in a row an animated film has taken the top prize.
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