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Movie Review – Safe

Movie Review – Safe

I’m a big Jason Statham fan, and he’s one of those rare actors that make’s the same films over and over again and it doesn’t hurt his career.

Sam Neill to be ambassador for Tropfest NZ

Sam Neill to be ambassador for Tropfest NZ

Tropfest, the world's largest short film festival, announced today that Sam Neill will become an official ambassador for the inaugural Tropfest NZ to be held on January 27, 2013.

The internationally renowned actor says he is excited to support the event.

Movie Review – Brave

Movie Review – Brave

With 11 number one hit movies ranging from great to amazing, it was always going to be hard for Pixar to keep that up. 'Cars 2' came out and was their 12th number one film, but despite that it was sadly Pixar's first bad movie.

Movie Review – What To Expect When You’re Expecting

Movie Review – What To Expect When You’re Expecting

I tend to watch almost everything when it comes to films, with maybe the odd exceptions with overly teenybopper movies, gross out torture horrors, or what look to be super sappy chick flicks.

DVD Review – The Hunter

DVD Review – The Hunter

Australia has been on form over the last few years with a couple hard hitting genre pieces, with the true crime film ‘Snowtown’, and the roughly based true crime film ‘Animal Kingdom’.

NZ shorts in to win USD$500k

NZ shorts in to win USD$500k

The New Zealand Film Commission would like to congratulate three NZ short films on their selection as semi-finalists in the first international Your Film Festival.

Movie Review – Prometheus

Movie Review – Prometheus

There were three massive films I was looking forward to this summer, with ‘Avengers’, ‘Prometheus’ and ‘Batman 3’, and with the first being one of the best superhero movies ever, I was hoping the other two would also be awesome!

DVD Review – Point Blank

DVD Review – Point Blank

When you think of French cinema, or European cinema for that matter, you don’t exactly think of action films as their forte.

Hobbit world premiere date set

Hobbit world premiere date set

The capital's tourism operators will be bracing themselves for a surge of bookings and enquiries following today's announcement The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey will have its world premiere in Wellington on Wednesday 28 November, 2012.

Movie Review – The Deep Blue Sea

Movie Review – The Deep Blue Sea

I remember seeing a trailer for a film a few months ago that was of two people slowly dancing, in 40’s or 50’s clothing, to a piece of music.