“I didn’t come here to get a makeover.” VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS movie review

M-4VDF-16373afrpsd Final (Left to right.) Dane DeHaan, and Cara Delevingne star in EuropaCorp's Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. Photo credit: Vikram Gounassegarin © 2016 VALERIAN SAS Ð TF1 FILMS PRODUCTION Film Title: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets | Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets movie review | onetakekate.com

What does a brainchild of a sci-fi screenplay writer and director, a charismatic and versatile young actor and an international household name supermodel that actually turns out to be an incredible actress, have in common? Well they, along with the ever jaw-dropping movie magic of NZ’s own WETA Digital have created the expansive eye candy […]

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ICYMI | July 9 | Disney Pixar’s Coco, War for the Planet of the Apes and more | June 21

Disney Pixar Coco poster. Image via Walt Disney Studio | ICYMI July 9 | onetakekate.com

#ICYMI here’s a round of the best bits of movie news, ways you can #DoGoodFeelRad in your community plus yummy food ideas. So step right up, plenty to see here! Come and check out what’s happening with War for the Planet of the Apes, news on Disney Pixar’s Coco and more… Bears like Marmalade and we […]

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West Side Story jets into The Civic | Auckland, New Zealand

West Side Story at The Civic in Auckland. Image via westsidestorymusical.co.nz | onetakekate.com

Theatre fans that braved the stormy Auckland winter weather on June 22, were heartily rewarded at The Civic on the Opening Gala Night of the hugely successful international touring company production of West Side Story, directed and choreographed by Joey McKneely. As moving and emotive a story as ever, this incredibly talented company squeezed every fragment of sentiment […]

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WONDER WOMAN movie review

Wonder Woman. Image via Roadshow Films NZ / Undertow Media NZ | onetakekate.com

DC Comics Superhero and 70s TV iconic character Wonder Woman bursts forth in the first ever live action feature film based on Diana, Amazon Princess of Themyscira. But…is it any good? Resoundingly yes, from it’s solid and well plotted action sequences to the ferocity of Gal Gadot‘s fight scenes, director Patty Jenkins has imbued her […]

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