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Clayton Barnett looks at the dramas involved in bringing biopics of troubled artists to the big screen.
As Jake Gyllenhaal dominates in boxing movie Southpaw, Clayton Barnett picks his top five fight scenes.
Clayton Barnett's shares his pick of Amy Schumer sketches that show why the Trainwreck star can do no wrong.
As the NZ International Film Festival draws to a close, Clayton Barnett gives us a rundown of his highlights.
Despite the romantic approach, this is an admirable film with magnificent performances.
There's a lot of sex, not much romance and the editing is terrible, writes Ashneel Prasad.
Has the spell of darker Disney success broken with Into the Woods? Clayton Barnett reviews.
If you're planning a honeymoon, this horror-scifi film might not be the one for you.
A lousy B-action movie that's little more than a hodgepodge of poor plotlines, writes Peter Pluymers.
An extraordinary feel-good movie that will have you coming back for more, writes Peter Pluymers.
I was so immersed in this fairytale I forgot I'd already passed the age where you still believe everything.
I had a good feeling about this movie but it's as fake as the applied tattoos, writes Peter Pluymers.
I hid behind my hands watching the main character indulge in predictably stupid teenage stunts.
The Awkward Moment when a romantic comedy isn't romantic or remotely funny.
A gripping story of the real-life experiences of a prisoner of war in Japan, subtly and respectfully filmed.
12 Years a Slave is not for the faint of heart, but it is certainly a good movie, Matt Colville writes.
American Hustle? American snoozefest more like, Derek Seymour writes.
Inspired by a true story, Philomena is a sincere and harrowing tale, Nick Keith writes.
Ben Stiller's latest movie will warm your heart right from the start, Nick Keith writes.