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We have considered a few different (if very specific) scenarios for last-minute inspiration, all playing in cinemas.
For the first month of 2018, we asked the good people of Aotearoa for their most anticipated blockbusters coming out this year.
We buried our heads and neck in the programme and came away with these six titles we’re most eager to see.
“A story about letting go as much as coming of age.” Amanda Robinson on Greta Gerwig’s Oscar-nominated feature debut.
In the lead-up to Avengers: Infinity War (in cinemas 25 April), Liam Maguren re-watches Captain America: The First Avenger.
Critics can no longer describe a film as “a painting come to life!”
Nominated for the 2018 Academy Awards and Golden Globes, LOVING VINCENT is an animated film unlike any other.
The only thing bigger than its surprise release is how dire it is, writes Luck Buckmaster.
All expectation, no eruption.
In the lead-up to Avengers: Infinity War (in cinemas 25 April), Liam Maguren re-watches the first Thor.
“This was much more difficult. Three Wise Cousins was a breeze compared to this one.”
The Sundance Film Festival has announced its top honours for 2018 and we would like to see them all right now, please.
Revisiting Avengers: Age of Ultron – a warning sign for Infinity War
Pacific Rim: Uprising review – if you enjoyed the first, this sequel delivers
Stuff launches movie streaming service Stuff Pix boasting $1 flicks
These C*cksucking Tears – the film about a 45-year-old openly-gay country album
Earth: One Amazing Day review – low on science, big on wow
SXSW 2018: the films you need to know about