Old bums too much for Auckland Transport
A photograph featuring the bare bottoms of an elderly couple for the Doc Edge film festival won’t be appearing on AT Billboards or bus backs.
Captain Marvel breaking new ground
Captain Marvel is the first of 48 Marvel-related movies to feature a woman in the leading role. Dr Neal Curtis looks at its importance.
The new Dr Who and a view of dyspraxia
Is it possible that the general population will develop their concept of dyspraxia to that which is represented by the friend of the latest Dr Who?
When art imitates American politics
The start of ‘Sicario: Rise of the Soldado’ plays out like some kind of fever dream for Donald Trump, writes Darren Bevan.
Show biz is big business in Auckland
Figures show the Auckland Council’s involvement in the film industry is paying off.
Wes Anderson’s latest quirk fest
Wes Anderson’s latest quirk fest, the stop animation Isle of Dogs, certainly has it all, writes Darren Bevan.
The Breaker Upperers just wants to be loved
The Breaker Upperers doesn’t want to be rejected yet never quite offers a compelling enough reason to make it past the honeymoon, writes Darren Bevan.
Extremely quiet and incredibly tense
Despite a few quibbles of logic, A Quiet Place manages to grip and terrify in the right measure, writes Darren Bevan.