• The Sapphires

    The Sapphires tells the story of a young Aboriginal girl group who travel to Vietnam in 1968 to sing their hearts out for the troops. Originally an Australian stage play it has now been transferred to the big screen by the

    September 24, 2012 • Film • Views: 1171

  • Two Little Boys – Review

    Bret McKenzie and Hamish Blake need no introduction to the Kiwi audience.  These two well-known and well-loved TV personalities will undoubtedly be the key pull factor that will drive admissions to this film.  However this

    September 15, 2012 • Film, What's On • Views: 2359

  • Coming soon – Jackpot

    Released 13 September at Rialto Cinemas Based on a story from best-selling author Jo Nesbø, comes this snappy, dark festive Norwegian comedy. Set near the Norway – Sweden boarder Oscar Svendsen wakes up in the aftermath

    September 4, 2012 • Film • Views: 1439

  • The Campaign – Review

    Many a truth is told in jest and we definitely see a few of those demonstrated in ‘The Campaign’ starring two comedy heavyweights , Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis . Pleased to see these two big dogs of American comedy

    August 16, 2012 • Film • Views: 816

  • Moonrise Kingdom – Review

    From The Royal Tenenbaums to Fantastic Mr. Fox to my personal favourite, The Darjeeling Limited, Wes Anderson’s directorial and writing prowess more than speaks for itself.  Already a fan of his work, I knew I was not going to

    August 12, 2012 • Film • Views: 1383

  • Cabin In The Woods – Review

    Drew Goddard and Joss Whedon’s much talked about  horror flick has landed in New Zealand. Filmed in 2009 it was shelved due to financial difficulties but was finally released in 2012. Thanks to the New Zealand

    July 24, 2012 • Film, What's On • Views: 901

  • Bernie – Review

    The comedy film Bernie reunites director Richard Linklater (School of Rock)  and Jack Black, who plays Bernie Tiede, in this film based on the real life murder of  Marjorie Nugent in 1996. Set in the small Texas town of

    July 23, 2012 • Film • Views: 1000

  • Marley – Review

    Bob Marley is one of the most recognisable faces in music, the  Rastafari movement  and the godfather of Reggae. This sensitive and personal look at Marley’s life from Last King Of Scotland director Kevin Macdoanld is a

    July 23, 2012 • Film • Views: 1983

  • The Dark Knight Rises – Review

    Following the events of this weekend our thoughts are with those affected by the tragedy in Aurora. The most anticipated film for us this year is finally here and we couldn’t wait to adjust our eyes up to IMAX mode!

    July 22, 2012 • Film • Views: 962

  • The Amazing Spiderman – Review

    Your friendly neighbourhood Spiderman returns in this reboot, which takes us back to the beginning once again. This origin story doesn’t differ that much from the original trilogy, the only added plot point being the

    July 18, 2012 • Film • Views: 1456