REVIEW: Michael Bay's latest is, yes, a fun watch that relocates the Transformers' franchise's mojo.
REVIEW: Heath Ledger documentary paints a portrait of a young man who aimed to live every moment to the fullest, but who didn't always have confidence in his own abilities.
REVIEW: Cars 3 does just enough, late in the day, to be considered an adequate sequel to Cars.
Outstanding performances, but can this biopic live up to the legend?
New thriller shows why you shouldn't try to pigeonhole one particular actress.
REVIEW: In light of Straight Outta Compton and Moonlight, All Eyez feels like such a crushing disappointment.
REVIEW: British drama let down by predictable plotting and portentous dialogue.
REVIEW: Wonderful production values, acting nearly enough to overlook everything that is wrong about Churchill.
REVIEW: Can women behaving badly still be funny? Yes, when you've got leading ladies as good as this.
REVIEW: Western Australian outback doco a cross between The Ground We Won and Wolf Creek.
REVIEW: The Olive Tree is a deceptively well-written film, with sly humour and well-earned pathos breaking out all over the show.
REVIEW: Rough Night is both a welcome success and a hopeful sign of things to come.
Our film guy Graeme is crying Mummy this week, and he's not too impressed.
REVIEW: A kind of a cross between Big Trouble in Little China and An American Werewolf in London, this Mummy attempts to present itself as a rollicking ride that doesn't take itself too seriously.
REVIEW: The jumbled mess of tone and style hamstrings Tom Cruise's latest movie from beginning to end.
REVIEW: Jodie Whittaker's skills help lift what would otherwise be just a solid, unspectacular drama.
REVIEW: The Shack's message is more Disney's Elsa than The Book of Ezekiel
REVIEW: My Pet Dinosaur is an amiable, action-filled adventure that will entertain audiences of all ages.
REVIEW: In the world of superhero movies, Wonder Woman is right off the top shelf.
REVIEW: Even The Rock is no match for the cynicism, lack of ambition and sheer incompetence of this film.
REVIEW: Roger Donaldson tells the story of a Kiwi motor-racing legend with substance, style and verve.
REVIEW: New York-set character drama features the former Officer and a Gentleman at his controlled and charismatic best.
REVIEW: Rebellious French-Canadian drama is a warm, witty and genuine story, near-perfectly told.
REVIEW: Nick Broomfield's lastest music-mentry is the enthralling tale of how "Nippy" from Newark, New Jersey became America's pop princess.
REVIEW: Roger Allam shines in otherwise forgettable Stephen Fry farce.
REVIEW: Pirates 5's story is a forgettable farrago of half-baked marine mythology and necessary set-ups for action sequences.
REVIEW: Why John Wick: Chapter 2 is one of the most entertaining action movies you'll see this year.
REVIEW: This is a beautiful-to-look-at examination of memories lost and found, but the film's pacing and focus feels a bit muddied.
Graeme takes a seat at the round table to dish the dirt on Guy Richie's latest.
REVIEW: Pecking Order perfectly captures small-town Kiwi life and puts it up on screen for us all to appreciate.