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Rose McIver and George Mason are admirable, but it’s a frustrating film.
Classic songs from Aotearoa are repurposed in this musical romance.
Will Watson’s tell-all documentary hits cinemas April 18.
“We’re shaking things up on purpose”
Keep your eyes locked on our homegrown cinema.
Complete with a Captain Marvel quick-cut of the lead character.
“I just respond as myself, as a moviegoer”
“Vai aligns with Māoriland’s Film Festival kaupapa”
“I could not understand that a kid would be looking forward to living off of a government benefit.”
Read an excerpt from Murphy’s memoir A Life on Film.
“Since the festival, we’ve been inundated with requests…”
When it was starting to come out the other end restored, I was absolutely stunned.
Turns out, Olivia Wilde’s one hell of a comedy director & her debut is coming to NZ
Jordan Peele tells us about Us: “I’ve always had a doppelganger fear”
Aotearoa’s biggest bike film night returns to cinemas
Netflix’s Mötley Crüe movie The Dirt is trashy, dumb fun (a damn good thing)
Chills doco interview: “Could Martin Phillipps beat the monster of his own making?”
Nothing came close to beating Captain Marvel in its second week in NZ cinemas
Win tickets to see Pet Sematary (Auckland preview + in-season passes)
Trailer to Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is surprisingly upbeat
Everything on Netflix in April, including Captain Marvel co-star reunion Unicorn Store
New Toy Story 4 trailer teases Bo Peep’s return, creepy puppets & existential dread
I loved Dumbo, but it needed to be remade
Fighting with My Family will have you fully onboard with this true WWE story
Iconic NZ songs narrate inner lives in Daffodils – but this is where it runs into trouble
New to NZ streaming services this March
Destroyer director Karyn Kusama on turning Nicole Kidman into a broken weapon
Kimbra tells us about the music and risk-taking of Daffodils