‘Tag’ surprisingly good
Tag brings the prats to the pratfalls, and thanks to a brisk pace, surprisingly it never outstays its welcome, writes Darren Bevan.
Believe the hype, Hereditary will leave you feeling uncomfortable and unnerved, writes Darren Bevan.
Eloise Gibson talks to Jade Le Grice about how her frustration with academic portrayals of Māori led her to search for more nuanced stories.
Ocean’s 8 - just another piece of feminist sisterhood cinema, writes Darren Bevan.
In the fourth of a series of interviews with young and mid-career researchers, Eloise Gibson talks to biochemist Emily Parker.
If she’s not leading the writing charge for TV3’s Jono and Ben and Funny Girls, 29-year-old Aucklander Alice Sneddon is tackling big issues through comedy.
Eloise Gibson talks to film-maker Paul Wolffram about learning to dance in PNG and launching a new film school in Wellington.
The fact that Upgrade is so woefully unoriginal in its narrative is almost inexorably and perversely beside the point, writes Darren Bevan.
Eloise Gibson talks to childhood memory researcher Deirdre Brown about helping kids remember events accurately.
Solo: A Star Wars Story may have been doomed from the start, writes Darren Bevan.
Young scientist Huw Horgan discusses what drilling into Antarctic ice reveals about NZ.
Our challenge is not to protect old jobs or create new ones, but to manage the transition between the two, says Rod McNaughton.
Deadpool 2 may be another hit, but it fails when it comes to gender diversity, writes Darren Bevan.
Wes Anderson’s latest quirk fest, the stop animation Isle of Dogs, certainly has it all, writes Darren Bevan.
A pest-free country by 2050 currently looks like a long shot but Wellington is starting to show some progress.
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.
Diablo Cody’s Tully is a mixed bag of a film, that flounders badly in its final strait, writes Darren Bevan.
National MP Chris Penk explains how following the stars can keeping you from being all at sea.