An enthralling and haunting film about a family who have hit hard times, Rosie has relevance to NZ’s own systemic poverty, notes TOBY WOOLLASTON.
Author: Toby Woollaston
Having been seduced by the shiny new iPad Pro TOBY WOOLLASTON goes the whole lockdown hog and buys Apple’s so-called Magic Keyboard.
TOBY WOOLLASTON fought the impulse, but finally caved in and bought the shiny new iPad Pro. He reports on his first two weeks with the covetable device.
TOBY WOOLLASTON finds that Bombshell packs plenty of gun powder but doesn’t quite go off with a bang.
It features British acting royalty, but The Good Liar is simply a con trick flick with an ending that doesn’t stick, writes TOBY WOOLLASTON.
Feel like watching an obnoxious stoner film that blows self-indulgence in your face? You’ve come to the right place, writes TOBY WOOLLASTON
TOBY WOOLLASTON reviews a film about Australia’s first winning female jockey and finds that it’s a bit sloppy in the saddle.
There’s no pot of gold to be found at the end of this laboured and uneven set of Irish tales, writes TOBY WOOLLASTON