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Pointing out the horrors of the very recent past, Mad Men-style, is the aim of the game here.
This is Spielberg, and whilst it’s over-puffed, over-stuffed and over-long, he delivers one stand-out sequence.
Crucially, a lot of the gags hit well.
It’s a shame so many jokes don’t land or feel like lazy puns, but there are plenty of great visual gags.
A solid, generally fun, family film for the little ones.
While not necessarily queer cinema’s most revelatory offering, Love, Simon is more charming than anticipated.
In the lead-up to Avengers: Infinity War (in cinemas 25 April), Liam Maguren re-watches Ant-Man. Picture the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a…
Flicks recently polled Auckland’s movie-goers on what they thought was the best cinema in their city.
There’s also a fairly gross white saviour / Last Samurai element to the climax that probably would’ve been more acceptable a few…
Welcome to this month’s treasure trove of films that are streaming on your favourite platform.
Liam Maguren vehemently recommends you block out 15 minutes to give this a watch.
There’s a nagging seen-it-all-before sensation that hangs over this 90-minute repackaging.
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