Tad Jones, the most awkward explorer, must rescue his beloved Sara from a millionaire who is looking for King Midas' necklace.
Downsizing imagines what might happen if, as a solution to over-population, Norwegian scientists discover how to shrink humans to five inches tall and propose a 200-year global transition from big to small.
You don’t need to see the first Nut Job movie to follow the sequel’s nonsensical plot and the script’s preference for poor quality puns. The movie, a sub-par animated sequel burns with a proletarian rage. The film’s mean-spirited tone picks on both creatures and humans, like construction workers for being illiterate, animals almost too dumb to survive and the wicked rich. As in the original, the idea of jokes end in to burps and farts, as well as physical comedy gags in which a character is electrocuted, bonked on the head, or otherwise injured in a way that's played for laughs. Some of the human characters use weapons, particularly the gun-toting mayor. A father and daughter are almost sadistic in the way they treat animals, and a child is shot with a dart gun. But there's a clear message about the idea of creating your family by choice -- in this case, a community of animals that protect and take care of one another.
Whether it’s riding the crashing waves of Piha, climbing the magnificent Aoraki Mt Cook or cycling amongst Rotorua’s Redwoods, thrill-seekers need a camera that is going to be as tough as their conditions and that will never fail to capture amazing photos.
Close up photographers can now explore and capture even the tiniest details with the release of Fujifilm’s new macro lens.
The FUJINON XF80mmF2.8 R LM OIS WR Macro Lens is now available in New Zealand and joins a massive XF lens line-up bringing the first 1.0x magnification mid-telephoto macro lens for X-Series mirrorless cameras.