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Movie Review – Magic Mike

Movie Review – Magic Mike

I see a lot of films by myself being a film reviewer, and it’s actually something I really love to do. But even I thought twice about hitting up a film about male strippers by myself.

DVD Review – Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels Of A Tribe Called Quest

DVD Review – Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels Of A Tribe Called Quest

This is a documentary about a top 90’s hip hop group and their trials and tribulations over the years. From the polar opposite view points of the two creative heads, Q-Tip and Phife, to the fan base and other artists who have been influenced by the music and their style.

DVD Review – Buck

DVD Review – Buck

There are many times I feel very privileged to be a film reviewer. Most of the times I do it’s because I get to see some amazing films for free, and when I saw this film last year the at the NZIFF, I loved it!

New Zealand International Film Festival 2012 – Sunday, 29th July

New Zealand International Film Festival 2012 – Sunday, 29th July

Ai Weiwei:Never Sorry and From Up On Poppy Hill 

Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry

Movie Review – From Up On Poppy Hill

Movie Review – From Up On Poppy Hill

People are funny sometimes, and not in a good way. They see that an animated foreign film is playing at a festival, and without doing any research about it, they drag their young kids along.

Movie Review – Ai Weiwei, Never Sorry

Movie Review – Ai Weiwei, Never Sorry

These days’ documentaries connect and talk to me more than any other genre. I see some amazing films in any given year, and without a doubt, documentaries often make up more than half of them.

New Zealand International Film Festival 2012 – Saturday, 28th July

New Zealand International Film Festival 2012 – Saturday, 28th July

Winter Nomads, Bonjour Tristesse, The Shinning and Amour 

Movie Review – Amour

Movie Review – Amour

When you’re reading the programme for a film festival, and you see that a film won the Palme d'Or at Cannes, you pretty much automatically mark it down as a film to see. This is exactly what I did when I came across this one, and I even decided to read nothing more about the film.

Movie Review – The Shinning

Movie Review – The Shinning

Watching classic films on DVD is one thing, but when you get the chance to see them, maybe for the first time, on the big screen, you can’t turn that down! So that’s exactly what I did when I saw this movie was on the NZIFF schedule!

Movie Review – Winter Nomads

Movie Review – Winter Nomads

A good way to get the day started at a film festival is to see a light hearted film, be it narrative, or a documentary.

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