Coming Attractions | May 9

One Take Kate and Mr Leon Taylor meet a Xenomorph at the NZ Premiere of Alien Covenant | onetakekate.com

Mr Leon Taylor and I taking on a Xenomorph at the NZ Premiere of Alien: Covenant.  Doing what I do in my regular One Take Kate’ing day, I get to find out about heaps of cool new things coming our way in the world of movies, music, live entertainment and more so I thought I’d […]

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The Theory of Everything film review

By Kate “One Take Kate” Taylor Image via Paramount Pictures and Mr Leon Taylor Arriving to New Zealand cinemas just in time for Valentine’s Day is the incredible Stephen Hawking biopic The Theory of Everything. Eddie Redmayne. Oh wow, Eddie Redmayne. This fella had me bawling my eyes out during Les Miserables, especially his heart-breaking […]

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Unbroken film review

By Kate “One Take Kate” Taylor Image via Mr Leon Taylor Unbroken is a beautifully told true story of Louis ‘Louie’ Zamperini’s incredible life and his trials in overcoming the adversity of poverty; racial discrimination, surviving 47 days at sea on a life raft, as a prisoner at a Japanese POW camp and a coal […]

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WIN: 1 of 2 double passes to GET ON UP

be Kate “One Take Kate” Taylor. *Unfortunately this competition is now closed – check out WIN with OTK for more competitions to enter…* In his follow-up to the four-time Academy Award®-nominated blockbuster The Help, Tate Taylor directs 42’s Chadwick Boseman as James Brown in GET ON UP. Based on the incredible life story of ‘The hardest working man in […]

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Get On Up film review

by Kate “One Take Kate” Taylor Image via: Mr Leon Taylor Get ready for an amazing bio-pic that’s one part concert film, one part historical memoir but all wonderfully woven together to create an uplifting journey through the life of James Brown, played expertly by Chadwick Boseman – who’s splits training regime alone, must of […]

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Dallas Buyers Club – Film Review

“Well, shut my mouth…boy can act”. I reckon this is exactly what Ron Woodruff would say on seeing Matthew McConaughey portray his own life events on screen, in the magnificently real, Dallas Buyers Club. The figure of Woodruff is etched with this Texan cockiness that would surely make him beam that one of Hollywood’s ‘hottest’ men; […]

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