Warning: You may want to carry boxes of tissue for this one!
Jacob Tremblay as a 10-year-old with 27 facial surgeries is Wonder-ful in this graceful drama engaged with ethical questions. Born with facial deformity to very attractive parents (Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson) Auggie is a budding science whiz and a Star Wars obsessive. The young boy with craniofacial disorder has been home tutored so far and is now set to start middle school which requires him to remove the helmet he has been hiding his face under, barricading himself from the shocked stares. While the movie tells the tale of this little boy’s experiences, it focuses on the people around Auggie who need to evolve. The movie is based on RJ Palacio’s 2012 novel that promotes ‘Choose Kind’ (a tagline for the movie) is also taught in schools as a fair-minded entryway into social interaction.
Seven-time Grammy Award-winning artist Big Boi is returning to New Zealand for two headline performances in March, 2018.
The Atlanta-born rapper, producer, songwriter - and one half of Outkast - will play the Studio in Auckland on Friday, March 16 and Meow in Wellington on Saturday, March 17.
Extra 2000 tickets added due to extreme demand
Summer’s most exciting music festival just got bigger - and better!
One of Aotearoa’s youngest and brightest talents, General Fiyah, is back with a new summer anthem ‘Here To Stay’, which is destined to be another hit.
Tis the season for festive family comedies- first we were graced with Bad Moms 2 (2017), and now comes the follow up of Daddy’s Home (2015); Daddy’s Home 2. Returning director Sean Anderson (We’re the Millers) and the rest of his team have released a sequel of fun, drama and something definitely not for the faint-hearted. Will this sequel do justice to its predecessor or will Daddy’s Home 2 be placed in the category of movie flops?