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162 Films.

Alien: CovenantAlien: Covenant (2017)
The alien resurrection continues with director Ridley Scott returning once again to the sci–fi blockbuster franchise for another…
Baby DriverBaby Driver (2017)
Entertainingly preposterous heist–comedy from British upstart Edgar Wright, centred around a precociously talented getaway driver whose every…
Beauty and the BeastBeauty and the Beast (2017)
A live–action re–telling of Disney's own animated classic which refashions the original French fairy tale for a contemporary audience,…
ColossalColossal (2017)
Ambitious high–concept sci–fi drama–comedy hybrid starring a plucky Anne Hathaway as an unemployed, down–at–heel city…
Ghost in the ShellGhost in the Shell (2017)
Shot in New Zealand, this Westernised live action adaptation of the iconic Japanese franchise has Scarlet Johansson as the prototype…
Guardians of the Galaxy 2Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2) (2017)
Second installment of the widely appealing comic–cosmic Marvel hit set to another batch of AM radio classics, though this time feels all…
LifeLife (2017)
Claustrophobic white knuckle horror where a team of scientists on an international space station discover that the biological sample they took from…
LoganLogan (2017)
Passionate, mature X–Men spin–off featuring the surly Wolverine. Withdrawn and noticeably older (but still ass–kicking), Logan…
T2 TrainspottingT2 Trainspotting (2017)
The characters of Irvine Welsh's TRAINSPOTTING are alive, if not entirely well, twenty years later in this sequel that serves up some good laughs and…
Valerian and the City of a Thousand PlanetsValerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017)
Expensive and extravagant space opera set in the 28th Century, where a team of special operatives investigate a dark force that threatens peace in…
A Ghost StoryA Ghost Story (2016)
A supernatural drama of striking originality about a man and woman separated by death and haunted by eternal loss and helplessness. Framed in the…
First Monday in May, TheFirst Monday in May, The (2016)
Star–studded glimpse into the hectic preparation involved in the creation of The Metropolitan Museum of Art's most attended fashion exhibition…
Hell or High WaterHell or High Water (2016)
An exceptional ten–gallon thriller in which a divorced father and his ex–con older brother resort to a desperate but righteous scheme in…
JackieJackie (2016)
A portrait of Jackie Kennedy following the assassination of her husband John F. Kennedy. Natalie Portman provides an intimate and sensitive portrayal…
LionLion (2016)
Riveting true story of a boy who becomes separated from his Indian family at the age of 5, and is adopted by Australian parents. As an adult, he…
Manchester By the SeaManchester By the Sea (2016)
Casey Affleck won a Best Actor Oscar for his role as a man with a haunted past who is asked to take care of his teenage nephew after his brother…
Neon Demon, TheNeon Demon, The (2016)
An aspiring model moves to Los Angeles where her youth and vitality are devoured by a group of beauty–obsessed women and exploitative…
SplitSplit (2016)
Twist–meister M. Night Shyamalan returns (to form) with this innovative thriller starring James McAvoy as a man with 23 different personalities…
Swiss Army ManSwiss Army Man (2016)
Off–the–wall buddy flick in which a man stranded on a deserted island befriends a dead body and together they go on a surreal journey to…
Toni ErdmannToni Erdmann (2016)
Brilliant, unclassifiable German comedy where a stern, career–focused woman is followed around a series of mundane board meetings and vapid…
45 Years45 Years (2015)
A stunning, finely–modulated drama with Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay playing a married couple whose trust and belief in their…
Age Of AdalineAge Of Adaline (2015)
Blake Lively headlines this appealing fantasy about a young woman, born at the turn of the 20th century, rendered ageless after an accident.
ExperimenterExperimenter (2015)
Compelling account of pioneering social psychologist Stanley Milgram and his controversial behaviour experiments in the 1960's that tested people's…
FrancofoniaFrancofonia (2015)
A richly evocative and insightful historical cine–essay from celebrated dir. Alexander Sokurov (RUSSIAN ARK) that charts the relationship…
Ground We Won, TheGround We Won, The (2015)
A revealing portrait of contemporary manhood as observed through the rites and rituals of a rural New Zealand rugby club made up of…
Hateful Eight, TheHateful Eight, The (2015)
An extremely bloody western from Tarantino that features a typically stellar cast as a group of miscreants and misanthropes holed up in a cabin in a…
How to Change the WorldHow to Change the World (2015)
Another absorbing maritime documentary from the director of DEEP WATER that tells the tale of a group of friends who in 1971, in defiance of the U.S.…
Irrational ManIrrational Man (2015)
Existential drama for the more ardent Woody Allen fan, with Joaquin Phoenix as a tormented philosophy professor who considers murdering a corrupt…
Mad Max: Fury RoadMad Max: Fury Road (2015)
Thrillingly turbo–charged fourth installment (and effective reboot) of the "salvage punk" action series set in post–apocalyptic Australia…
Man UpMan Up (2015)
Simon Pegg and Lake Bell have the requisite chemistry and comedy chops in this nimble and self–aware rom–com about a single woman who's…
Martian, TheMartian, The (2015)
Ridley Scott adapts the acclaimed novel by Andy Weir as an unabashed crowd–pleaser about an astronaut who is left behind after a manned mission…
Mr. HolmesMr. Holmes (2015)
An intriguing take on the great detective's final years with Ian McKellen in his element as the retired Sherlock Holmes who, dealing with early…
Peggy Guggenheim: Art AddictPeggy Guggenheim: Art Addict (2015)
Luminous portrait of the arts patron extraordinaire who transformed a modest fortune and adventurous taste into one of the premier collections of…
People Places ThingsPeople Places Things (2015)
Bittersweet indie comedy distinguished by a romantic lead performance by Jemaine Clement as a newly single graphic novelist balancing parenting his…
SicarioSicario (2015)
Nerve–jangling thriller follows an idealistic FBI agent drawn into the escalating war against drugs at the border area between the U.S. and…
Slow WestSlow West (2015)
New Zealand – specifically Twizel – stands in for Colorado in this tense Western that follows a young Scot, whose travels across America…
Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force AwakensStar Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015)
A triumphant return to a a galaxy far, far away – and one that seemed further away after the prequels – is thrillingly directed by reboot…
SuffragetteSuffragette (2015)
Rousing account of the suffragette movement in Edwardian Britain seen through the eyes of a working mother who's galvanized into political action by…
Sunset SongSunset Song (2015)
Dir. Terence Davies applies his refined visual sensibility to this luminescent adaptation of the Scottish literary classic of the 1930's by Lewis…
TrumboTrumbo (2015)
Biting drama with Bryan Cranston as the legendary screenwriter Dalton Trumbo, who at the height of communist paranoia finds himself jailed and…
WildWild (2015)
Vivid adaptation of the memoir by Cheryl Strayed, which chronicled her 1100–mile solo hike undertaken as a way to recover from a recent…
Wolfpack, TheWolfpack, The (2015)
A poignant, stranger–than–fiction documentary about the six Angulo brothers, raised entirely within the confines of their Lower East Side…
99 Homes99 Homes (2014)
Andrew Garfield turns in a muscular performance as a recently unemployed single father who struggles to regain his family home by working for the…
A Most Wanted ManA Most Wanted Man (2014)
Philip Seymour Hoffman plays a German spy in this taut John le Carré thriller about a mysterious Chechen immigrant with possible terrorist ties.
Belier Family, TheBelier Family, The (2014)
Heart–warming French comedy about a hearing–impaired couple who's teenage daughter displays a remarkable flair for music.
Big EyesBig Eyes (2014)
Director Tim Burton refreshingly breaks with fantasy for this resplendent biopic of painter Margaret Keane, whose prolific and popular work was…
Dark Horse, TheDark Horse, The (2014)
Cliff Curtis turns in a magnificent performance in this accomplished and powerful story of speed chess champion Genesis Potini, his battles with…
Dior and IDior and I (2014)
Ravishing documentary takes a peek inside the storied world of the Christian Dior fashion house with a privileged, behind–the–scenes look…
FoxcatcherFoxcatcher (2014)
A serious, fact–based drama that examines the tragedy that struck wrestling team Foxcatcher led by eccentric multimillionaire sponsor John E.…
Hobbit, The - Battle of Five ArmiesHobbit, The - Battle of Five Armies (2014)
Spectacular concluding chapter of the trilogy has Bilbo and company forced to engage in a war against an array of combatants and keep the Lonely…
Hundred-Foot Journey, TheHundred-Foot Journey, The (The 100 Foot Journey) (2014)
A humble Indian family encounter fierce competition when they set up restaurant opposite an acclaimed haute cuisine establishment in this 'good…
Imitation Game, TheImitation Game, The (2014)
Entertaining, though hardly accurate, biopic of legendary cryptanalyst Alan Turing, who here claims full credit for his work leading a team of…
Inherent ViceInherent Vice (2014)
Dir. PT Anderson brings Thomas Pynchon faithfully to the big screen in this dope–addled, shaggy–dog comedy in which Joaquin Phoenix stars…
InterstellarInterstellar (2014)
Christopher Nolan's space epic has a team of explorers travel through a wormhole in an attempt to ensure humanity's survival.
IrisIris (2014)
Legendary documentarian Albert Maysles' final film is an insightful portrait of fashion icon Iris Apfel who has had an outsized presence on the New…
Learning to DriveLearning to Drive (2014)
Patricia Clarkson and Ben Kingsley headline this undemanding comedy about the unlikely friendship between a literary agent and a Sikh driving…
NightcrawlerNightcrawler (2014)
A nervy and quite brilliant satire with Jake Gyllenhaal unforgettable as a petty thief who muscles into the world of crime journalism, shooting…
Salt of the Earth, TheSalt of the Earth, The (2014)
A visually stunning and deeply affecting portrait of Sebastião Salgado, an acclaimed humanitarian photographer, who for over forty years has…
St. VincentSt. Vincent (2014)
Likeable coming–of–age comedy about an unlikely friendship between a young boy and a misanthropic, bawdy, hedonistic war veteran who…
Still AliceStill Alice (2014)
An accomplished, heart–breaking tale of a high–achieving academic and mother–of–three whose life is turned upside down after…
12 Years a Slave12 Years a Slave (2013)
Steve McQueen (HUNGER, SHAME) directs this powerful historical drama of a free black man from upstate New York who is abducted and sold into slavery.
American HustleAmerican Hustle (2013)
David O. Russell directs a full–house of acting talent in this wild crime drama about a FBI agent and con man collaborating to sting corrupt…
Best Offer, TheBest Offer, The (2013)
An obsessive antiques dealer becomes entangled with an heiress who asks him appraise a series of family art works in this baroque mystery from CINEMA…
Beyond the EdgeBeyond the Edge (2013)
Thrilling, definitive docu–drama on Sir Edmund Hillary's historic 1953 scaling of Everest with sherpa Tenzing Norgay.
Blue is the Warmest ColourBlue is the Warmest Colour (2013)
The Cannes Palm D'Or–winning drama that explores, in a series of elongated sequences, a young woman's blossoming sexuality and maturity when…
Great Beauty, TheGreat Beauty, The (2013)
This Academy–Award winner for Best Foreign Language Film has dir. Paolo Sorrentino's regular frontman Toni Servillo as an aging Roman…
HerHer (2013)
Joaquin Phoenix plays a lonely divorcee who finds himself falling in love with 'Samantha', the artificial intelligence behind a new computer…
Now You See MeNow You See Me (2013)
A team of magicians who use their illusionist act to pull off daring heists attempt to outwit the authorities in this dazzling crime caper.
Only God ForgivesOnly God Forgives (2013)
Nicolas Winding Refn and Ryan Gosling reunite for this violent, hypnotic revenge saga set in the belly of Thailand's criminal underworld.
Particle FeverParticle Fever (2013)
Exhilarating doco that tracks the first round of experiments at the Large Hadron Collider near Geneva, Switzerland. The film follows the experimental…
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Past, ThePast, The (2013)
Dir. Asghar Farhadi's follow–up to the acclaimed A SEPARATION centres on a man who must face the complications of divorce after he leaves his…
Rewind This!Rewind This! (2013)
An Aro Favourite carried by our shameless bias, this essential documentary pays timely and passionate tribute to the humble video cassette and its…
SalingerSalinger (2013)
A revealing, if contentious look into the life and times of American writer J. D. Salinger, best known for authoring 'The Catcher in the Rye'.
ShoppingShopping (2013)
Set in 1981, this lyrical coming–of–age drama charts the self–discovery of a half–Samoan teen who escapes his volatile father…
Short Term 12Short Term 12 (2013)
A counselor at a foster–care facility for at–risk teenagers struggles with her own troubled past as a youngster in this tough but tender…
Turning, TheTurning, The (2013)
Tim Winton's epic collection of short stories is adapted into 17 distinct yet interlocking narratives about the turning points in a spectrum of…
Wolf of Wall Street, TheWolf of Wall Street, The (2013)
Martin Scorsese directs this dazzling biopic of the deplorable life and times of stockbroker Jordan Belfort, a notorious Wall Street upstart who…
World's End, TheWorld's End, The (2013)
The stars and director of SHAUN OF THE DEAD and HOT FUZZ reteam for this third installment of their "Cornetto Trilogy", this time centering around a…
Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet, TheYoung and Prodigious T.S. Spivet, The (2013)
The director of AMELIE's first American–set feature is another fairy–dusted vision brimming with child–like wonder and as a road…
Avengers, TheAvengers, The (Marvel's Avengers) (2012)
Barnstorming blockbuster with Marvel's premier superheroes joining forces to combat Thor's evil brother Loki and his alien army. Skilfully helmed…
BlancanievesBlancanieves (2012)
The legend of Snow White is transposed to the bullfighting, flamenco dancing netherworld of the Spanish provinces in this beautiful and beguiling…
Dark ShadowsDark Shadows (2012)
Tim Burton directs Johnny Depp (for the eight time) in the cult role of Barnabas Collins, a 200–year–old vampire who reawakens in the…
DreddDredd (2012)
This ultra–violent reboot of the 2000 AD comic book hero plays ups its B–movie stature to deliver a lean, mean policier less concerned…
Farewell, My QueenFarewell, My Queen (2012)
Benoît Jacquot’s film goes behind the scenes of Louis XVI and — more specifically — Marie Antoinette’s court during…
Frances HaFrances Ha (2012)
The whimsical exploits of a struggling dancer at the tail end of her adolescence are semi–improvised in this Manhattan indie rom–com,…
FrankenweenieFrankenweenie (2012)
Based on his own 1984 short film, Tim Burton returns to stop–motion animation with this endearing tale of a curious boy who reanimates his dead…
Good for NothingGood for Nothing (2012)
A convincingly mounted 'Pavlova Western' homegrown in New Zealand but set in the traditional American west, about a nameless outlaw's misguided…
How to Meet Girls from a DistanceHow to Meet Girls from a Distance (2012)
A "peeping–tom rom–com" with Richard Falkner surprisingly relatable as a well–intentioned stalker determined to woo the girl of his…
Hunger Games, TheHunger Games, The (2012)
A 16–year–old girl must compete in a televised tournament in which 24 teenagers from a post–apocalyptic society fight to the death…
In the HouseIn the House (2012)
Set in a literary milieu, this deliciously warped meta drama from dir. Francois Ozon concerns the writings of a precocious 16–year–old…
Iron SkyIron Sky (2012)
A fun, irreverent B–movie romp hatched from a premise that places the Nazis in hiding on the dark side of the moon, poised to strike earth…
Life of PiLife of Pi (2012)
An Indian storyteller recalls the events of his extraordinary life, beginning as a boy shipwrecked along with animals from his family's zoo, in this…
LooperLooper (2012)
A top–drawer time–traveling actioner, following a hired gun whose job to assassinate targets transported from the future is complicated…
Moonrise KingdomMoonrise Kingdom (2012)
Wes Anderson's latest exquisite comedy, about two 12–year–olds in 1960s New England who consummate their adolescent romance by running…
Patience Stone, ThePatience Stone, The (2012)
Atiq Rahimi's adapts his own bestselling novel about a Muslim woman whose paralyzed husband offers quiet relief amid the sorrows of life in a…
PrometheusPrometheus (2012)
Ridley Scott's return to the ALIEN franchise results in his most visually enthralling film since BLADE RUNNER, with outstanding art direction and…
Royal Affair, ARoyal Affair, A (2012)
18th Denmark is the backdrop for this high–costumed drama about the love affair between Queen Caroline Matilda and her royal physician under…
Sapphires, TheSapphires, The (2012)
The upbeat story of four talented indigenous women, whose exploits entertaining U.S. troops during the Vietnam era made them Australia’s answer to…
Two Little BoysTwo Little Boys (2012)
Set in the early 90's, this Kiwi "mullet" comedy follows the arrested development of two 'bogan' mates whose situation and relationship goes…
What Maisie KnewWhat Maisie Knew (2012)
A six–year–old girl is caught in the middle of her estranged parents' bitter custody battle in this thought–provoking drama,…
Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the UnicornAdventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn (2011)
Wellington's Weta Digital work their magic on this rollicking first installment of Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson's 3D animated trilogy of…
Albert NobbsAlbert Nobbs (2011)
A magnificent Glenn Close elevates this otherwise downbeat period drama of a woman who dresses as a man in order to eke out a living in…
Artist, TheArtist, The (2011)
The director and star of the OSS 117 movies combine for this glorious homage to the Golden Age of cinema, set in 1920s Hollywood on the eve of the…
BuckBuck (2011)
A soothing and ultimately inspiring portrait of legendary trainer Buck Brannama, whose compassionate approach to horse rearing inspired the film,…
Devil's Rock, TheDevil's Rock, The (2011)
Kiwi cinema's fondness for zombie–horror vehicles continues with this enterprising homespun production, centred on a pair of New Zealand…
Goodbye, First LoveGoodbye, First Love (2011)
The director of FATHER OF MY CHILDREN turns her nuanced lens on the passionate but slow–maturing romance between a couple who break up in their…
HannaHanna (2011)
Saoirse Ronan plays a ruthless teenage assassin who is raised by her father (Eric Bana) in isolation and pursed by CIA operatives across Europe in…
HeadhuntersHeadhunters (2011)
Jo Nesbo's blockbusting crime novel about a corporate headhunter moonlighting as an art thief gets an appropriately energetic treatment, and with its…
Hook, Line and SinkerHook, Line and Sinker (2011)
A blue–collar truck driver struggles to cope with his failing eyesight, despite the love and support of his family, in this grassroots gem from…
Ides of March, TheIdes of March, The (2011)
Ryan Gosling plays an idealistic campaign worker forced to play dirty in a battle between opposing sides in a Democratic primary campaign in this…
Jane EyreJane Eyre (2011)
A delicate and atmospheric adaptation of the much–filmed Charlotte Bronte melodrama tragedy about a young governess who seals her tragic fate…
Late BloomersLate Bloomers (2011)
A breezy depiction of the late–life crisis, with old married couple William Hurt and Isabella Rossellini scrambling in opposite directions when…
Margin CallMargin Call (2011)
Something of a coup d'etat for its first time feature writer–director, this is a staggeringly assured drama that details white–collar…
Orator, TheOrator, The (O le tulafale) (2011)
In this superlative Polynesian drama – the first Samoan language feature film – tradition and modernity collide on the island of Upolu, where a…
Raid, TheRaid, The (The Raid: Redemption) (2011)
The finest Asian action export since ONG–BAK, pitting an out–of–their–depth SWAT team against a tenement of drug dealers,…
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, SpyTinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (2011)
An enthralling, impeccably cast screen adaptation of John Le Carre’s quintessential cold war spy novel, centred on a retired George Smiley (Oldman)…
Animal KingdomAnimal Kingdom (2010)
The deadly underworld politics of a Melbourne crime family come under the microscope in this outstanding Australian gangland thriller. Framed…
Another YearAnother Year (2010)
A happily married middle–aged couple attempt to fix up their cheery, if secretly depressed friend in this honest domestic drama, another winner…
Barney's VersionBarney's Version (2010)
Paul Giamatti fans will find much to enjoy in this bittersweet character piece in which he plays a jaded TV producer who reflects on his varied…
Black SwanBlack Swan (2010)
Natalie Portman plays a ballerina losing her grip on reality, not to mention the lead role in a prestigious production of Swan Lake, in this…
Fire in BabylonFire in Babylon (2010)
The West Indies’ late rise from happy–go–lucky ‘calypso cricketers’ to world beaters in the late 70s is the subject of this…
Four LionsFour Lions (2010)
Explosive comedy of folly and idiocy that follows four would–be Jihadists as they bicker and blunder towards their intended target. Perhaps…
Guard, TheGuard, The (2010)
A straitlaced FBI agent (Cheadle) and a raucous Irish cop (Gleeson) buddy up to take down an international drug smuggling ring in this riotous…
IncendiesIncendies (2010)
Twin siblings, against their better judgment, dig deeper into the backstory of their recently deceased mother in this powerful French Canadian…
Last Circus, TheLast Circus, The (2010)
Clown rivalries collide in this violent, OTT genre riot from Spanish trash auteur, Alex de la Iglesia, set at both ends of Franco's dictatorship…
MonstersMonsters (2010)
Hailed as "this year's DISTRICT 9", this is another enterprising alien invasion film that similarly belies its independent budget (and spirit) with…
Romantics AnonymousRomantics Anonymous (2010)
Two would–be lovers must overcome their timidness via a mutual passion for chocolate in this sweet–toothed romantic comedy.
Russian SnarkRussian Snark (2010)
A pair of Russian refugees settle in Auckland to make art and a new home in this eccentric yet accessible 'art comedy' from screenwriter and…
Scott Pilgrim Vs The WorldScott Pilgrim Vs The World (2010)
Wearing its super–coolness on its sleeve, this precocious action–comedy stars archetypal geek Michael Cera as a gawky bass–player…
Trip, TheTrip, The (2010)
Comedians Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon embark on a jovial restaurant tour of the North of England in this hilarious culinary road trip movie derived…
Tucker and Dale vs EvilTucker and Dale vs Evil (2010)
In a delicious reversal of urban legend and horror tropes, two hillbilly friends are mistaken for murderous backwoods rednecks by an archetypal group…
500 Days Of Summer500 Days Of Summer (2009)
A twee romantic comedy whose charms are hard to resist, this left–field addition to the genre couples indie kids Joseph Gordon–Levitt and…
An EducationAn Education (2009)
An assured and alluring coming–of–age drama set in swinging sixties London (1961 in fact), with teenage ingenue Carey Mulligan falling in…
BrunoBruno (Brüno) (2009)
Controversial mockümentary starring Baron Cohen as a gay Aüstrian fashion joürnalist who travels to the USA to become 'the biggest Aüstrian…
Cairo TimeCairo Time (2009)
A sturdy, old–fashioned picaresque romance set in the heat of modern day Cairo, with Patricia Clarkson as an American wife who falls under the…
Coraline Coraline (2009)
The prodigious talents of fantasy writer Neil Gaiman and animator Henry Selick combine for this wonderful – though admittedly creepy –…
District 9District 9 (2009)
Superb sci–fi blockbuster from first–time writer/director Blomkamp, set in an alternate–reality Johannesburg where an…
Drag Me To HellDrag Me To Hell (2009)
Sam Raimi returns to his horror roots in this twisted tale of a loan officer (Lohman) who has three days to rid herself of a deadly curse placed upon…
Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, TheImaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, The (2009)
Firing on all imaginative cylinders, dir. Terry Gilliam delivers what is possibly his magnum opus – an original, mind–bending fantasy…
Inglourious BasterdsInglourious Basterds (Inglorious Bastards) (2009)
A cocky, revisionist war epic channeling spaghetti westerns and the Dirty Dozen, Quentin Tarantino’s long–time pet project is perhaps his…
Me and Orson WellesMe and Orson Welles (2009)
Dir. Richard Linklater impeccably evokes the charms of 30's New York for this traditional backstage drama that has great affection for the era and…
Star TrekStar Trek (Star Trek XI (Reboot)) (2009)
Enterprising and entirely effective "reboot" of the Sci–Fi franchise, charting the early days of Captain Kirk and the crew of the USS…
UpUp (2009)
Pixar are on top yet again with this inspired flight of fancy, about a widowed octogenarian (voiced by grizzly Ed Asner) and his dream of traveling…
ZombielandZombieland (2009)
Deftly funny splatter comedy set in a post–apocalyptic world overrun with – you guessed it – Zombies, has two drifters teaming up…
Art Star and the Sudanese Twins, TheArt Star and the Sudanese Twins, The (2008)
With a genuinely compelling subject to draw confession from, this oddly–topical documentary – on the increasingly common adoption of African…
Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, TheBoy in the Striped Pyjamas, The (2008)
Emotive wartime parable set in Nazi Germany where the young son of a concentration camp commander befriends a Jewish boy on the other side of the…
Che: Part OneChe: Part One (The Argentine) (2008)
An epic undertaking by dir. Steven Soderbergh, this two part resurrection of the Che Guevara legend (played charismatically by Benicio del Toro)…
Dean SpanleyDean Spanley (2008)
This Kiwi–British production cross–breed is a charmingly eccentric, surprisingly moving 'drawing room' drama set in Edwardian Britain in…
Duchess, The Duchess, The (2008)
Costume connoisseurs will rejoice in the splendour of Keira Knightley’s dazzling dresses and eye–catching cranial plumage in this depiction…
Flame and CitronFlame and Citron (2008)
Lavishly–appointed wartime thriller based on the true story of contrasting Danish resistance fighters as they take vengeance on the occupying…
Flight of the Conchords - Season 2 (TV Series)Flight of the Conchords - Season 2 (TV Series) (2008)
Second series of the hit musical sitcom starring Kiwis Jermaine Clement and Bret McKenzie as they continue to haplessly chase success in New York…
Food, Inc.Food, Inc. (2008)
Crystallising FAST FOOD NATION’s dramatic expose into hard–hitting documentary form, author Eric Scholosser (and other muckrackers) turn the…
Second-Hand WeddingSecond-Hand Wedding (2008)
Sweet–natured Kiwi suburban rom–com that was a surprise hit at the local box office, with large audiences responding to a highly…
Slumdog MillionaireSlumdog Millionaire (2008)
Exhilarating Oscar winner following the tumultuous life of a Mumbai streetkid who suspiciously triumphs on the Indian version of 'Who Wants To Be A…
Wrestler, TheWrestler, The (2008)
Sensational, credible comeback picture for beleaguered 80's heartthrob Mickey Rourke, who portrays a mirror–image of himself as a…
SunshineSunshine (2007)
Proverbial space peril from the creators of 28 DAYS LATER; a crew of astronauts, and mankind’s last hope, set about delivering a nuclear payload to…
Sweeney Todd - The Demon Barber of Fleet StreetSweeney Todd - The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007)
Johnny Depp is centre stage once again for dir. Tim Burton in this fiendish screen rendition of Stephen Sondheim's twisted musical about a…
Aeon FluxAeon Flux (2005)
Sci–fi action fantasy based on the mid–1990s animation by Peter Chung, in which a spandex–clad superheroine (Theron) flits around…
Vera DrakeVera Drake (2004)
An impeccable period drama from Mike Leigh that ranks alongside the director's best work, this is the moving story of a middle aged woman who was…
ContactContact (1997)
The E.T.s phone Earth in this lavish adaptation of Carl Sagan's novel, with scientists retrieving alien radio signals from Somewhere Out There. …
Player, ThePlayer, The (1992)
A glittering Tinseltown satire that manages to be an intricate, clever, surprising and entertaining thriller all at the same time, with a cast of…
Snow White and the Seven DwarfsSnow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1939)
Disney's first animated feature is a milestone in cinema history, with the artistic heights matched by characters, songs and storytelling. As fresh…

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