AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR 149 minutes (M)
Everybody who is anybody in Marvel’s rich and extraordinarily colourful universe converges for Infinity War, an epic film even in this out-sized environment.
TULLY 96 minutes (M)
Charlize Theron is reunited with writer Diablo Cody and director Jason Reitman (Young Adult) for an intimate account of the all-consuming state of early motherhood.
CARGO 105 minutes (MA15+)
Andy (Martin Freeman) has just 48 hours to save his baby daughter from the creature he is about to become in this eerily effective enviro-zombie thriller.
LIFE OF THE PARTY 105 minutes (M)
Melissa McCarthy is a funny woman – but even she can’t breath any life into this sorry sorority comedy. There are a couple of fun scenes but most jokes fall flat.
AURORE 89 minutes (M)
Agnes Jaoui’s “lived in” performance carries this coming-of-middle age French comedy about a waitress who bumps into an old flame.
CHAPPAQUIDDICK 107 minutes (M)
A forensic examination of the night, in 1969, Ted Kennedy drove his car off the now-infamous bridge — and the ability of power and authority to manipulate justice.
MIDNIGHT OIL: 1984 90 minutes (M)
The power and the passion survive the hermetic seal of this cinematic time capsule, which focuses on Peter Garrett’s tilt at the Senate.
BREATH 115 minutes (M)
A not-so-old man, two boys and the sea; in this West Australian version of the story, it’s a wave they are looking to catch.
LOVELESS 127 minutes (MA15+)
A 12-year-old boy becomes collateral damage in a bitter, ugly divorce in Loveless, a psychological thriller that rattles the soul.