Film & Television
With the new Star Trek series about to hit the streaming screen, what better time to check out a really great spoof? ANDREW JOHNSTONE bucks critical consensus.
SHELLEY SWEENEY reviews a compelling and disturbing documentary about the African American experience.
In NZ Cinemas from September 21
TOBY WOOLASTON views a film all about the homeless population of Istanbul. The homeless cat population, that is.
It’s yet another iteration of The Tick, complete with classic ’60s television sensibilities, writes ANDREW JOHNSTONE.
Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul (Jessie Pinkman) stars in a series all about belief and its power for both good and bad, explains ANDREW JOHNSTONE.
There’s no denying the effectiveness of Keanu Reaves’ latest star vehicle, writes ANDREW JOHNSTONE of the sequel to the John Wick noir thriller.
The latest Stephen King adaptation is a detective yarn, and it works a treat, writes ANDREW JOHNSTONE.
Former Bond Pierce Brosnan is a murderous, Indian-scalping oil tycoon in The Son, and ANDREW JOHNSTONE is here to give it the thumb’s up.
A film that’s original, unconventional and quite sublime, A Ghost Story did it big-time for TOBY WOOLLASTON
It was a siege that forever changed the way governments dealt with terrorist situations, and now it’s a film reviewed by SHELLEY SWEENEY.
There are rules of etiquette for every part of our lives, so why not the movies? Here’s ANDREW JOHNSTONE’s guide to the especially important matter of behaviour at NZ cinemas. Soak it up, kids.