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The 2013 blockbuster season gets off to an epic start this week with Joseph Kosinski’s Oblivion, a visually spectacular dystopian that looks incredible on IMAX screens. Tom Cruise stars as Jack Harper, the last drone repairman stationed on a ravaged Earth, working alongside his partner (Andrea Riseborough) to ensure that vital resources are extracted for their …

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[WATCH] Promising second trailer for OBLIVION reveals more story

Following an intriguing but slightly confused first trailer that teased its post-apocalyptic setting, a second trailer has landed today for Joseph Kosinki’s Oblivion which sells the story in a much more convincing fashion. Set on a devastated Earth — 60 years after an alien invasion — Tom Cruise stars as Jack Harper, a drone repairman and war veteran who …

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[WATCH] Trailer #1 for WELCOME TO THE PUNCH starring James McAvoy & Mark Strong

The first trailer has landed for the promising British crime thriller Welcome to the Punch, directed by Eran Creevy (Shifty). The film stars James McAvoy as a driven detective whose criminal nemesis (Mark Strong) suddenly reappears from hiding following a heist gone wrong involving his son (Game of Thrones‘ Elyes Gabel). But there appears to be more than …

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[WATCH] Trailer #1 for Joseph Kosinski’s OBLIVION starring Tom Cruise

Tron: Legacy director Joseph Kosinski is set to follow-up that disappointing debut film next year with another futuristic sci-fi which looks decidedly more interesting. Adapted from his own graphic novel by Oscar-winning screenwriters William Monahan (The Departed) and Michael Arndt (Toy Story 3), Oblivion stars Tom Cruise as one of the last few drone repairmen stationed on Earth following …

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Highlights of the 2012 NZ International Film Festival

The 2012 New Zealand International Film Festival wrapped up in Auckland recently, officially closing with the utterly mad and brilliant Holy Motors. From the stunning opening night film (Beasts of the Southern Wild) to a wonderful silent cinema finale (Easy Street and Blackmail), we were spoiled for choice with this year’s programme and I saw nearly 40 films over a hectic …

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