REVIEW: An entertaining and engrossing portrait of an eccentric food critic
Our resident movie buff talks online bullying and the weird, weird world of competitive tickling.
REVIEW: The Nice Guys is all about its characters and every single one of them knocks it out of the park.
REVIEW: Farrier and Reeve have unearthed a web of lies, blackmail, fraud, abuse and online bullying that is truly breathtaking.
REVIEW: Ticks every box for an R-rated good time.
REVIEW: Fun for the very young or the chemically addled, but a bit of a slog those wanting a story
REVIEW: Russell and Ryan combine for a crime caper comedy that's funny than Deadpool
Even for Kiwis, Michael Moore's latest provides uncomfortably relevant viewing
REVIEW: David Farrier's trip down the rabbit hole into the world of "competitive endurance tickling" is an enthralling watch
REVIEW: Watchable, likeable, and often completely lovable from beginning to end
REVIEW: As superbly put together though it is, this feels like another chapter in the tale, rather than a fully satisfying and self-enclosed story of its own.
REVIEW: As always, Michael Moore is a terrific, passionate and unfailingly likeable guide.
REVIEW: This time the trilogy-ending deflation comes with more than a hint of deja vu
REVIEW: Unintentional laughs, clunky dialogue, but at least this NZ-shot tale is pleasantly optimistic
REVIEW: The latest X-Men outing often feels like two movies – the well-acted, serious one with Fassbender speaking convincing Polish, and a throwback to the 1980s, gate-crashed by a Sith Lord
REVIEW: Producer Tim Burton's fingerprints and sensibilities are all over this sort-of-sequel
REVIEW: Bastille Day is a better-than-average Friday night popcorn flogger.
REVIEW: In between the predictable chaos of Seth Rogen's latest effort are a few nuggets of comedy gold
REVIEW: Mobile game spinoff walks the line well between pre-tween friendly action and providing something their parents can enjoy
REVIEW: This Seth Rogen sequel is a big improvement on the original, while still retaining the same elements that made that movie a hit
REVIEW: A gripping and gut-wrenching thiller that will make you look at Indian cinema again
REVIEW: Smartly written, multicultural and thematically relevant, Bastille Day is a blast
REVIEW: You'll learn more here about what's actually happening in Israel and Palestine than you would in a lifetime of watching TV news and politicians' speeches
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
Streep's latest is impossible to watch without sitting in a pool of damp discomfort