Movie review: Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie
Movie review: Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie

Irish comedian Brendan O'Carroll is the creator of foul-mouthed Mammy Agnes Brown, star of the hugely successful television…

Movie review: Everything We Loved
Movie review: Everything We Loved

It's difficult to provide a complete assessment of this striking Kiwi feature without engaging in what might seem like -…

Album review: Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, Hypnotic Eye
Album review: Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, Hypnotic Eye

Most rock fans agree TP and his cracking Heartbreakers had a decade-long dream run after their self-titled debut in 76…

Album review: Jeremy Redmore, Clouds are Alive
Album review: Jeremy Redmore, Clouds are Alive

Ever slapped a gritted smile on your face, or tried to force a little optimism? Even when it's pouring with rain and you're…

Entertainment Reviews

Album review: Common, Nobody's Smiling
Album review: Common, Nobody's Smiling

Until now, Common has been a frustrating presence in hip-hop. A commanding MC with a greater conscience…

Album review: Jenny Lewis, The Voyager

It's been six years since Las Vegas native Jenny Lewis released her last solo album. In that time, Rilo Kiley (the indie…

Movie review: The Dark Horse

It's hard to know what to say now about The Dark Horse that hasn't already been covered at length earlier in the pages…

Game review: The Last of Us Remastered

One of the Playstation 3's best games has been transported onto the PS4. Is it worth playing again? Chris Schulz evaluates…

Theatre review: An Unseasonable Fall of Snow, The Basement
Theatre review: An Unseasonable Fall of Snow, The Basement

The twist in Gary Henderson's short 1998 mystery is just the right level of difficult: it's solvable…

Colin Hogg: Rocking tale that hits high notes

Colin Hogg writes: Is it that we don't have enough stories to tell that we have to keep repeating the same famous old ones…

Concert review: Lexus Song Quest, Auckland Town Hall

Far-sighted sponsorship and a history running back almost 60 years have given the Lexus Song Quest an iconic status in our…

Theatre review: The good Soul of Szachuan, Q Theatre

The Good Soul of Szechuan presents a thoroughly contemporary take on the age-old question of whether there is enough goodness…

Theatre review: MAMIL, Herald Theatre

MAMIL , which stands for Middle-Aged Man In Lycra, may appeal to the older SUCC - Stand-Up Comedy Crowd.

Movie review: Begin Again
Movie review: Begin Again

Anecdotal evidence seems to indicate people either love or hate English actress Keira Knightley. If…

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