REVIEW: Disappointingly, Bad Moms is an over-worked, under-cooked farce
REVIEW: Your tolerance for this potentially offensive premise really depends on how much you like humour revolving around "bottom burps".
REVIEW: It's the film the Aussie censors didn't want you to see with your teens and tweens.
REVIEW: Some inspired improvisation aside, Bad Moms is simply an extended version of nothing you can't see in the trailer.
REVIEW: If you care at all about film, about recent history, or just about the ways in which we tell each other stories, then you won't soon forget that you have seen this.
REVIEW: A perhaps unintentionally damning indictment of the subjectivities and vagaries of wine investment.
REVIEW: I've seen far worse films, but I haven't seen a film that deserved to fail quite as badly as this in years.
REVIEW: Despite boasting plenty of cast and crew from the most recent Bond films, this adaptation of John Le Carre's 2010 novel actually feels more like a throwback to the Hitchcock tales of the 1950s and 60s.
REVIEW: It's Lord Of War replayed as a stoner frat-boy comedy.
REVIEW: Pete's Dragon is more about friendship than it is a dragon.
REVIEW: It's not awful; it just isn't any good.
REVIEW: Blake Lively's latest is one of the happiest surprises of the blockbuster season
REVIEW: Tolerably thrilling for primary age children, the dark-tinged, dreamlike Kubo is a welcome antidote to the usual brash and sometimes brusque traditional Hollywood animated fare.
REVIEW: Stop-motion animation trumps story in Coraline creators' latest
REVIEW: If your heart isn't pounding for most of this film, you're not alive.
REVIEW: Pete's Dragon is exactly what you are hoping for. It is a witty, gentle, admirable and perfectly old-fashioned film.
REVIEW: Even if the film isn't quite as fabulous as the TV series, its leading ladies certainly haven't lost their charm.
REVIEW: Two-hours of what is all sizzle and no substance
REVIEW: Green Room seems like simplicity itself, but exceedingly well done.
REVIEW: As with any great episode of Ab Fab, the film is a pretty even mix of jokes so obvious you can only groan when they arrive, and a few scenes of quite delirious comic invention.
REVIEW: Kiwi director offers a look at a very different side of Afghanistan than we're used to.
REVIEW: This is the best kind of independent movie: brilliantly written, perfectly performed and utterly enthralling.
Review: Poi E doco a worthy reflection on an unlikely pop hit.
REVIEW: Filled with memorable imagery, from the cleverly shot, heart-stopping game of peek-a-boo to the stunning final few moments, The Witch is a haunting must-see.
REVIEW: if you like your humour at the bleak end of the scale, then this new Iceandic drama is for you.
REVIEW: Suicide Squad truly does hit the ground running. And then it falls flat on its arse. And hard
REVIEW: You'll laugh, you'll cry, and you'll be humming that darn song for days.
REVIEW: As soon as Dalvanius and his crew are heading to Auckland to record their single, every detail is fascinating, moving and ultimately enchanting.
REVIEW: We've yet to make a film like this that eulogizes a sheep's place in our society.
REVIEW: This lovingly crafted, intimate documentary captures the anarchic spirit of the song and its creator Dalvanius Prime.