Captain America: Civil War has a heart as big as its roster of superheroes.
REVIEW: New Kiwi movie has been made by film-makers dripping with intelligence, flair and vision
When a movie like this comes along it's time to put the snobbery aside and just get on board.
REVIEW: Marvel's latest feels more like a Bond film than your traditional fantasy costume drama
REVIEW: Never give five stars to a movie based on comic-book characters? Nuts to that.
REVIEW: Stephen Frears delivers a competent yarn that won't disappoint anyone it appeals to
REVIEW: Mirth-free movie is a Generation X fever dream
REVIEW: The Man Who Knew Infinity - a conventional biopic for an unconventional man
Eye in the Sky is a movie for anyone fascinated with drones.
REVIEW: Mavis! mixes fascinating information, terrific interviewees and loads of great live performance footage
REVIEW: 25 April wants so much to pay respect to our troops and their bravery, that it ends up disrespecting pretty much everything else
REVIEW: Eddie the Eagle biopic just about makes it to the credits without collapsing under the weight of its own contrivances.
Melissa McCarthy certainly wasn't the boss she needed to be in this one.
REVIEW: The Great Maiden's Blush adds to this year's strong line-up of Kiwi films.
REVIEW: Documentary follows Rene Redzepi as he tries to win back the Best Restaurant in the World title.
REVIEW: A warm-hearted documentary for fans and musicologists.
Don't read American reviews of The Man Who Knew Infinity. It's not to be missed.
REVIEW: Whiskey, Tango, Foxtrot more than lives up to its military jargon name.
REVIEW: Eddie the Eagle - a brilliantly-paced, entertaining and surprisingly gripping tribute to a true Olympian
REVIEW: 25 April - an innovative new telling of a timeless story
REVIEW: Marriage of spot-on vocal casting and superb CGI the key to Jungle Book's success
REVIEW: Phoenix is a tale of lost and false identity, loosely adapted from a 1961 novel.
REVIEW: Even purists can admire this modern take on a classic tale
Proof that the foodie-doco genre is perilously close
REVIEW: Taliban Shuffle book adaptation tries too hard to entertain
REVIEW: Tina Fey's finest two hours on film
REVIEW: The Divergent Series stumbles in its third outing
REVIEW: Melissa McCarthy's latest mired in comedy cliches
REVIEW: The latest Divergent film is an undistinguished combination of uninspiring performances and a bog-standard plotline
REVIEW: Tina Fey's latest offers fascinating, sometimes exhilarating, cinema.