Movies

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Under the spotlight: Gabourey Sidibe

Gabourey Sidibe, the star of the film Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire, chats to MiNDFOOD about how her debut film performance changed the way she sees the world.

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Romantic notions

As well as earning glowing reviews, Jane Campion’s latest film Bright Star prompted Quentin Tarantino to send her a love letter.

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Film review: A Single Man

Drama starring Colin Firth and Matthew Goode.

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Film review: Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire

Drama starring Gabourey Sidibe and Mo’Nique.

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Film review: Nowhere Boy

Biopic starring Aaron Johnson and Kristin Scott Thomas.

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Brutally honest Bruce

Director Bruce Beresford chats candidly about his latest film project, an adaptation of the best-selling book Mao’s Last Dancer.

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Caddish behaviour

Political satirist Tom Scott hopes his film Separation City will do for New Zealand, and Wellington in particular, what Woody Allen’s films have done for New York.

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Film review: Eden is West

The European Union is paradise in the Greek-French illegal immigration film Eden is West, starring Riccardo Scarmacio.

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Awkward start for child stars of Maori film

The child actors in the Maori film The Strength of Water barely spoke to one another when they first met, but quickly developed a bond that would be reflected on the big screen.

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Film review: Cheri

Rupert Friend and Michelle Pfeiffer play unlikely lovers in the period film Cheri.

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Film review: Every Little Step

Every Little Step takes you behind the scenes of the casting for Broadway musical A Chorus Line.

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Film review: Lucky Country

Lucky Country, starring Aden Young, explores a family’s struggle with two types of nature at the turn of the 20th Century.

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Film review: The September Issue

Vogue‘s Anna Wintour isn’t even the star in The September Issue.

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Coetzee film adaptation is no fall from grace

The film Disgrace, starring John Malkovich, is a shockingly honest examination of post-apartheid South Africa.

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Film review: Terminator Salvation

Terminator Salvation, starring Christian Bale and up-and-coming actor Sam Worthington, is edgy at first glance but shallow beneath the surface.

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Film review: Angels and Demons

Tom Hanks injects some much-needed wit and charm into the role of perennially earnest Robert Langdon in Angels and Demons.

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Film review: Ghosts of Girfriends Past

Ghosts of Girlfriends Past is your typical Matthew McConaughey rom-com, with the refreshing addition of chiseled Jennifer Garner.

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Clay flick aims to break the mould

Claymator Adam Elliot’s latest film Mary and Max shuns normality in favour of weird and wonderful.

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Film review: Rachel Getting Married

Rachel Getting Married, starring Anne Hathaway and Rosemary DeWitt,  is family dysfunction at its finest.

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