We’re being snooped on big time and there are few laws to protect us from the evils of this new AI technology. GARY STEEL is worried.
Tag: film review
Films about writers are almost always terrible. GARY STEEL writes about one compelling exception which flouts all the rules.
STEVE GARDEN takes a close look at two very different films that examine male power from the female perspective in the current zeitgeist.
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.
Auckland is the setting for the latest high-speed, comic book-style caper. PAUL ROSE assesses this madcap action flick and pronounces it a winner.
TOBY WOOLLASTON finds that Bombshell packs plenty of gun powder but doesn’t quite go off with a bang.
PAT PILCHER tried so hard to like Ad Astra but decided cat videos on YouTube were more interesting than watching a disengaged Brad Pitt
Ken Loach’s latest paints a grim but compelling picture of contemporary England, writes REBEKAH DAVIES.