Thursday, February 29, 2024
Asteroid City

Asteroid City Dir: Wes Anderson (Film Review)

If you’ve been caught up in the Barbenheimer frenzy, then your next film should be Asteroid City as it features both an A-bomb explosion...
Oppenheimer

From Alfred To Barbie: The Film Festival is Everywhere So Dive In Deep

The 13th Floor's Marty Duda has been to a few films recently and its got him thinking. Always a dangerous precedent, here are a...
King Loser

King Loser – Dir: Cushla Dillon & Andrew Moore (Film Review)

King Loser documents the ups and (mostly) downs of one of the greatest unknown and underappreciated bands of the nineties. When I moved to New...

Film Review: Driveways (NZIFF 2020)

How well do we really know our family? The sibling we haven’t spent much time with in adulthood but who we think of as...

Film Review: Tench (NZIFF 2020)

A controversial movie in that this is a sensitive portrait of a young man, Johnathan, who is physically attracted to pre-pubescent girls, and the...

Film Review:  Fritzi – A Revolutionary Tale  (NZIFF 2020)

Set in East Germany in the summer of 1989, Fritzi is an animated family movie about twelve-year-old East German Fritzi, who says goodbye to...

Film Review: The County (NZIFF 2020)

“It’s the Co-op that keeps the community alive, you should know that,” states one farmer to another as they square off under the umbrella...

Film Review:  State Funeral (NZIFF 2020)

An epic Iliad cinema experience at the passing of the most influential person of the twentieth century, Josph Stalin. All the glory but none...

Film Review:  Hong Kong Moments (NZIFF 2020)

Hong Kong Moments attempts to capture the mood of the city and the forces at play leading up to the large-scale demonstrations against the...

Film Review: Identifying Features (NZIFF 2020)

The story of missing teens and adults in Mexico, has been festering for years, as they disappear somewhere along the way, trying to cross...