REVIEW: Both die-hard fans and newbie youngsters simply must make the effort to experience James Cameron's masterpiece on the big screen.
REVIEW: As with the first two Trips, this is essentially a vehicle for showcasing mouthwatering plates of food, gorgeous countryside and the vocal artistry of our two heroes.
Opinion: What's the best picture house in New Zealand? We make our pitches for the best little cinema in the country.
REVIEW: Valerian delivers light entertainment, heavy spectacle and a tinge of crazy cinematic magic.
Christopher Nolan directed Interstellar, and it was incredible. Dunkirk? Not so incredible.
REVIEW: After a sublimely creepy first half-hour, Annabelle: Creation descends into a virtual roller-coaster of thrills and set pieces.
REVIEW: Much-loved Aussie novel gets a fabulous cinematic makeover.
REVIEW: No amount of flare and flourish director Nikolaj Arcel throws at the screen can save this Stephen King adaptation.
REVIEW: Mad Mary is a hilarious Irish rom-com filled with memorable moments.
REVIEW: The Big Sick provides a welcome shot of innovation and intelligence into the ailing rom-com genre.
REVIEW: Charlize's latest boasts a plot of breathtaking unoriginality and laziness.
*Surprise emoji* The film about little symbols on your phone that talk is terrible. *Sad face emoji*
REVIEW: The Dinner seems more focused on delivering mouthwatering visuals than truly creating thought-provoking cinema.
REVIEW: Valerian gives Luc Besson every opportunity to go bat-poo mad with the digital crayons.
REVIEW: Charlize Theron's latest turns out to be nothing more than a series of sometimes visually impressive, but perpetually banal sequences.
REVIEW: Diane Keaton's eco-infused senior-rom-com is a pleasant, if predictable romp.
REVIEW: Eleanor Coppola's feature is a souffle of a film that only sporadically threatens to rise to any great heights.
REVIEW: The events of Dunkirk demand an epic and a film-maker who can control one. It found one.
REVIEW: Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the movies...
REVIEW: Edgar Wright's latest movie just doesn't know what film it is from one scene to the next.
REVIEW: A witless and thoughtless Mills and Boon-level wallow in privilege and self-absorption.
REVIEW: Forget three-ring, Apes offers up a five-star Serkis.
REVIEW: An enchanting, ebullient, erotic slice of cinema that might just be the most fun you'll have at the movies this year.
REVIEW: A very entertaining, enjoyable and engrossing Journey.
REVIEW: Speculative drama teaches how tolerance and understanding can pave the way for peace.
REVIEW: Overlong battle scenes, jokes thin on the ground... Spidey's latest adventure is a crawl to the end.
From Despicable Me 3 to Diary of a Wimpy Kid 4, we rate all the kids' movies in Kiwi cinemas these holidays.
REVIEW: Dance drama lacks Academy's sense of fun, or Sergei Polunin documentary's breathtaking drive.
REVIEW: What could have been a song-free Tangled-meets-Frozen, instead feels like it's beset by exactly those two adjectives.
REVIEW: The cast might be different, but this latest Wimpy Kid still offers some anarchic family comedy.