Vir die Voëls – Movie Review

Romantic-comedy-drama films are always a good option to make, because inherently they contain much of the essence of daily life within them. Life is generally dramatic, comedic and romantic, and
By Daniel Rom on 25 Nov 2016

Snaaks Genoeg – Movie Review

Snaaks Genoeg is surprisingly relaxed, considering its large comedic cast. Much like old Tolla Van Der Merwe use to do with his narrative jokes, the audience is told a story,
By Christine Tesco on 21 Oct 2016

Strikdas Review

Meet the De la Harpe golden child, Wilemien (Leandie du Randt), who has enjoyed a lavish life, growing up in Franschoek, on the very successful Vrede en Lust farm. Before
By Christine Tesco on 18 Nov 2014

Pad Na Jou Hart Review

Pad Na Jou Hart is a sweet film with the ability to make you rethink your current journey, how you view life and who you share it with. The arrogant
By Marceline Lee on 14 Jul 2014

Bakgat 3: Tot Die Mag Review

Listen up all you Bakgat superfans. Yes, both of you listen up, because I have some big news. The final part of the illustrious “Bakgat” trilogy is now complete. The
By Daniel Rom on 07 Jan 2014

Babalas Review

Babalas was a movie with a lot of publicity in South Africa this year, featuring the acting debut of Jack Parow, and the promise of antics by the Kalahari Radio
By Daniel Rom on 07 Jan 2014

Lien se Langstaan Skoene Review

Rarely do we know how much pain lies in the eyes of the faces we see every day. Very few take the time to notice and a typical Afrikaans trade
By Christine Tesco on 06 Jan 2014

Die Laaste Tango Review

Famous crime and thriller writer Deon Meyer tries his hand at the big screen, but unfortunately misses a few steps and fumbles like a dancer with two left feet with
By Marceline Lee on 17 Dec 2013