The movie has no sense of boundaries and not in a good way. Mile 22 is an overly frantic movie with very few genuinely exciting scenes of visceral violence. The number of times that you wished the camera would have held still for a second longer so that you could actually see the shots clearly are one too many.
Childhood favourite, Winnie-the-Pooh and his clan in the Hundred Acre Wood are brought to life in the remarkable Christopher Robin movie. The take on the children’s-book series is refreshing while evoking sweet and bitter tones at the appropriate times. It makes you wonder why you ever wanted to grow up. The most pleasing aspect of this film is how visually appealing it looks at all times. Watching Pooh’s innocence irritate Christopher (voiced by Jim Cummings) is entertaining and becomes meaningful when you can see that it redeems Christopher. Embedded within the story line are relatable events such as when Madeline undertakes a courageous journey in order to gain her father’s attention.
Fashion styles may come and go, but the skills required to shoot them stretch far beyond a single season. With NZ Fashion Week on, we wanted to share our top tips on how to capture the best looks in fabulous Fujifilm detail.
When we have the Kate McKinnon brand of kooky comedy that can elevate anything, we never ever question the deployment! Wind her up, set her loose and watch her wring laughs out of any flimsy, high-concept premise. It is the same with the action-comedy The Spy Who Dumped Me. Co-written and directed by Susanna Fogel, McKinnon has the talented and beautiful Mila Kunis to match her comic timing. And boy! do they have fun? Hell ya!
It’s never quite a complete meal without mouth-watering photos of amazing food. August is Auckland Restaurant Month, so get prepared for some serious ‘food-porn’ and an eyeful of dishes in delicious digital detail.