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'A Miracle': Ron Howard on his new film about the Tham Luang cave rescue
Thirteen Lives tells the story of a junior sports team that got trapped deep underground.
Karl Puschmann: Irma Vep is indulgent, pretentious and I'm hooked
Neon's stylish new show blurs reality and fiction as it goes behind the scenes of itself.
Mystery at 30,000 feet: The hijacker who jumped from airliner with $200,000 loot
Netflix's new True Crime series attempts to solve an audacious unsolved crime.
Screening Guide: Ryan Gosling, online scammers and Shorty's Carla returns
A quick look at the best new shows, movies and podcasts streaming this week.
Does movie adaptation of Where the Crawdads Sing hit the right note?
Based on the best-selling novel, the movie has great expectations.
Screening guide: Lorde, Liotta and lots of zombies
Karl Puschman takes a quick look at the best new movies and shows streaming this week.
Karl Puschmann: Laughs after death in the best comedy of the year so far
For a show powered by death, Pivoting is really about trying to live your best life.
With Thor 4 does lightning strike twice for Waititi?
Does the hyped follow-up to Thor: Ragnarok leave you thunderstruck or does it fizzle out?
Screening Guide: Life and death, mind-altering drugs and burgers
Karl Puschmann takes a quick look at the best new shows and movies streaming this week.
Karl Puschmann: Has Microsoft just killed video game consoles?
With the launch of Xbox Cloud Gaming, you no longer need an Xbox to play Xbox games.
Review: Is 'Elvis' the King of musicals or will it leave you all shook up?
We review Baz Luhrmann's brash, in-your-face, glittery biopic about Elvis.
Karl Puschmann: This week I wasted my life, don't make my mistake
It's frightening how quickly you become addicted to Facebook, Instagram and TikTok videos.
Screening Guide: Gaga in Gucci, Hemsworth in jail and teens in love
A quick look at the new movies and shows screening this week.
Is Jurassic World: Dominion a roaring success or creatively extinct?
Old meets new meets prehistoric in the sixth instalment of the dino-action spectacular.
Karl Puschmann: Martin Freeman is close to the edge in bleak police thriller
The Responder is powerful TV, anchored by Freeman's powerhouse performance.
Screening Guide: Post-modern vampires, cosmic horror and a Guy Ritchie remake
Karl Puschmann takes a quick look at the new movies and shows releasing this week.
Sam Neill on returning to Jurassic Park, 'wanting to kill' Jeff Goldblum
"It should be seen with big noise and big picture, knocking you into your seat."
Screening guide: Bad cops, a new Marvel hero and rash life decisions
Karl Puschmann takes a quick look at the best new shows and movies starting this week.
Hayden Christensen on returning to Star Wars: 'This is Darth Vader in his prime'
The actor on prequel hate, the complexities of Vader and new Star Wars show Obi-Wan Kenobi
Karl Puschmann: Does Disney's Sex Pistols series deliver anarchy in the TV?
Johnny Rotten called the series "s***", but is Pistol really that bad?
Screening guide: Star Wars, 80s horror and a new local dramedy
A quick look at the best new shows streaming this week.
Is Tom Cruise still top gun? The verdict on the blockbuster sequel
Should you fly to the cinema for Top Gun: Maverick, or would you be a goose to see it?
Karl Puschmann: Ozark's wild ride goes out with a bang
The final episodes of Netflix's adrenaline rush of a crime thriller don't disappoint.
Karl Puschmann: Lego Masters NZ's lack of drama not a stumbling block
Lego fans of all ages will love it, others will find it as dull as a pile of bricks.
Colin Firth leads the charge in excellent WWII espionage drama
Operation Mincemeat shows how a dead body played a pivotal part in an Allies victory.
Conchords' Bret McKenzie on his debut album and NZ tour: I'm a soft rocker!
The former funnyman on getting personal, the merits of Dad rock and hitting the road.