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In Review: Monsieur Chocolat

MONSIEUR CHOCOLAT  | 119 mins | Director Roschdy Zem Reviewed by Isabelle Brunton Monsieur Chocolat lands us in rural France around the turn of the century. The head of a travelling circus troupe watches on...

In Review: Churchill

CHURCHILL Reviewed by Amy Mansfield Right from the start, you get the picture this is big history played by big men who sometimes feel a little small on the face of it, a little human. It’s the kind of hist...
9.5

In Review: Anomalisa

Whether you’re at the airport or stuck in traffic on the way to work or in a crowded restaurant, you’re the star of the movie of your life. You might have a co-star in the form of your significant other, and...
9.5

In Review: I, Daniel Blake

The winner of the Palme d’Or, I, Daniel Blake arrives in New Zealand cinemas (after a successful festival run) with an impressive list of accolades. While Ken Loach’s defiantly old school film is hardly grou...

In Review: Café Society

Café Society sees Jesse Eisenberg play Bobby, a Woody Allen-type character who skips New York for the chance to make it in Hollywood. His uncle Phil (Steve Carrell), a film industry big-shot, throws him a bone ...

In Review: Under The Sun

If you’re looking for a Vice-style fast paced documentary on North Korea then 'Under The Sun' isn't the film for you.  The film is directed by Vitaliy Manskiy, a Ukrainian filmmaker well known for shooting i...