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Remember Reynolds in the Green Lantern? Deadpool could be his redeemer
Few movies have had such a rocky beginning as Deadpool, starring the Merc With The Mouth, Ryan Reynolds.
Transgender prostitutes, iPhones and bitches: Tangerine film review
Tangerine introduces you to two transgender prostitutes and an Armenian man and proceeds to lead you into the fringes of West Hollywood.
Eyes-on review: The Boy and the Beast
The Boy and the Beast is a coming-of-age Japanese animation film that is proving popular world-wide after a July 2015 release in Japan.
Eyes on review: Star Wars - The Force Awakens
It's hard to believe that it’s been a whopping 38 years since the first Star Wars film screened. The latest one has created a huge amount of hype.
No Joy in Joy: 124 minutes of mess
"Most of the characters made valiant attempts to keep this film moving - but they were bailing out a sinking ship with broken teacups."
Can someone give Leo his Oscar now?
I felt like I was holding my breath as one thing after another tried to pull this man down, to take everything away from him.
Film review: Unfriended
It's like the Blair Witch Project. But with video chat instead of a video camera.
Film review: He Named Me Malala
The film tells the story of the teenage girl who became a voice for a suppressed nation and underrepresented minorities within. No big deal.
Film review: Snoopy and Charlie Brown, the Peanuts Movie
Take the children to this one, then sit back and let yourself enjoy a 93 minute trip back to your own youth.
Film review: Bridge of Spies
"It seems like every cast and crew choice was the right one with no obvious weak spot in the movie."
Film review: The Martian
Feel like a trip to Mars but can’t afford the rocket ship? Do the next best thing and buy a movie ticket to The Martian instead.
The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, blazing hot or lukewarm?
The Scorch Trials sees our protagonist leading his pack of youths through a desert filled with flesh-eating zombies and an occasional lightning storm.
Film review: Fantastic Four
Fantastic Four? More like “Reasonably Good Four” at best!
New Zealand International Film Festival review - Turbo Kid
Turbo Kid pulls influence from proponents of trashy violence and synth soundtracks into a fun, gore-soaked throwback.
NZIFF 2015: DEATHGASM film review
Using heavy metal to bring his new group of friends together seems to be working fine for Brodie... until the band unleash the undead onto their town.
Film review: Magic Mike XXL
Ladies - get a group of girlfriends together, have a glass of bubbles and sit back to enjoy the naked ride.
Film review: 5 Flights Up
I did find it pleasantly amusing, but if it was meant to be a pull-at-your-heartstrings drama,they missed the mark by a long shot.
Pitch Perfect 2: worse than boiled vegetables
I even went to the toilet in the middle of the movie. I never do that.
Age of Adaline.. more like ages of boredom
Even thinking about the story of Age of Adaline makes my eyelids heavy, my brain switch off and my will to live disappear.
DVD Review – What we do in the Shadows
How refreshing that a funny, local movie provides us with a vampire breath of fresh air, plus a lot of laugher and great one liners.
Film review: Kingsman: The Secret Service
Where can you get thousands of exploding heads, Colin Firth as a spy in a velvet suit jacket, a woman with knives for feet, and a taxidermied dog? Kingsman: The Secret Service of course.
No one gets taken in Taken 3
The first 20 minutes of the film are cheesier than a supermarket deli.
Film review: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1.
I hated the book. I hate Liam Hemsworth who plays Gale. I hate the way the author wrote Peeta into a whimpy cry baby who needs Katniss to save him every ten seconds.
Film Review: The Water Diviner
As a proud New Zealander one of the few annoyances I found with it was Russell seemed to forget that the NZ in ANZAC stands for New Zealand.