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The Stephen King horror novel returns to the big screen in this by-the-numbers remake.
The third time is still the charm in this action-packed assassin franchise, with Keanu Reeves and his former stunt double-turned-director doing what they do best.
With its R-rating, Hellboy gleefully dials up the gore. If only it had dialled up the story, too.
This not-for-profit documentary photography festival focuses on social, economic and environmental issues.
Prepare for late-night laughter with this selection of international comedians.
Head to the museum for an evening of female-identifying punk bands and DJs.
4 Taranaki Street, Te Aro
An excellent go-to when everyone in your group is too polite to say where they want to go.
Dockside Restaurant & Bar
Queens Wharf, Wellington
A delectably expansive menu to enjoy in a twinkling location on the waterfront.
Unit G02, 1 Clyde Quay Wharf, Wellington CBD
Poneke makes no apologies for being a standout brunch destination.
71 Lyall Parade, Lyall Bay
Breakfast with a front row seat to the ocean.
169 Haven Street, Moeraki
Dig into fresh, local seafood — or local specialty muttonbird — at this rustic restaurant on the waterfront at the Old Jetty in Moeraki.
The Crab Shack
Like transporting yourself to Cape Cod.
Hippopotamus Restaurant & Cocktail Bar
90 Cable Street
One of Wellington's swishiest French restaurants.