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Latest Jobs film set to shame Ashton Kutcher's poor effort
With a screenplay by Aaron Sorkin and with Danny Boyle in the director’s chair, the latest film set to immortalise the late Apple founder is getting a lot of attention.
MTV's new fantasy show to be filmed in Auckland
MTV Networks and Sonar Entertainment are set to film the TV adaptation of the classic fantasy adventure book series ‘Shannara’ at Auckland Film Studios Limited and various locations throughout New Zealand.
Super creeps and popcorn - scary movies to watch this Halloween
Need some inspiration for selecting some truly horrifying movies? Then check out our Top 10 movies that scare you to death!
NZ Media Design School's film Crash Course is a hit
Crash Course, the latest short film to be released from New Zealand’s Media Design School, is in the running to win the Car Shorts Grand Prix competition.
DVD Review: Muppets Most Wanted
There is a fantastic New Zealand connection with this movie, with Bret McKenzie providing the musical score, and Jermaine Clement showing up as a Russian prisoner
Film review: Gone Girl
If I could give it a hundred stars I would. I had to get it perfect. I had to do it justice. Because the book was perfect. And the movie was almost perfect.
If ever a movie franchise had a hold over the term ‘reboot’, it's James Bond.
Watch this space: films to keep an eye out for
(Released 2nd October)
I’ve never been so excited to see a movie in my entire life.
Film review: Night Moves
I’m bound to like anything that has Peter Sarsgaard in it, and I wasn’t disappointed with Night Moves.
Top 5: films set in the future
So what happens when robots decide they can think for themselves? Well, naturally, they initiate a nuclear holocaust, take over the planet and relax to enjoy the spoils of war.
Film review: Housebound
We review Gerard Johnstone's Housebound kiwi horror movie.
Tackling piracy head on: NZ feature film responds with multiplatform release
"watch this film when you want, where you want, on whatever platform you want".
Film Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Dear Michael Bay... I just wanted to thank you for annihilating one of my favourite shows from when I was kid.
Film review: Devil's Knot
This movie brought nothing new to the table. It was just a dramatisation of everything the Paradise Lost and West of Memphis documentaries uncovered.
My top five tear jerkers...
It was nothing but a cruel joke that made every single unsusupecting kid and adult cry their frickin eyes out.
Excitement rises as NZ International Film Festival returns...
It’s that time of year again – the New Zealand International Film Festival is back, and I mean back! With a star studded line up in tow, it’s time to clear your calendar.
Film Review: A Million Ways to Die in the West
Seth MacFarlane has once again attempted to blend rom-com with disgusting-yet-funny gags and sick humour in his latest offering A Million Ways to Die in the West.
Worst films of the year...so far
I’m biased because I cannot stand Zac Efron, but this movie sucked...
Film review: Bad Neighbours
The script is hilarious, the cast pull it off well and it leaves you feeling like you had a good time.
Quiet in the tweet seats!
Theatres offer special seating so guests can use Twitter while watching a performance.
Sony Pictures bids for rights to Steve Jobs bio
Who should play Steve Jobs in this upcoming (and rumoured) biopic?
Film review: Goemon
BASED ON a factual Japanese Robin-Hoodstyle bandit from the late 1500s,
By the time you reach around the half-hour mark of Eraserhead, one question will have surfaced in your mind.
Film review: Watchmen
Watchmen, the latest slick-looking comic book film adaptation, knows all the right tricks and conventions of the genre, and packs a unexpected intellectual punch.