The Angry Birds Movie – Movie Review

After the success of the Angry Birds mobile games, it was inevitable to see Rovio focus its efforts on a feature film. Why wouldn’t they? They’ve just about done everything
By Jarrod Saunders on 29 Sep 2016

Max Review

Attempting to be a modern-day Lassie-style adventure of boy and dog bonding, Max is a film that hovers between sweetness and emotional manipulation. Which side your opinion falls under will
By Daniel Rom on 18 Jan 2016

Frozen Fever Review

The much-anticipated glimpse into the lives of Disney’s Frozen characters, after the film’s ending, comes “to life” in the short film Frozen Fever. It’s Anna’s birthday! Elsa, her beloved older
By Stacey Petersen on 02 Apr 2015

Cinderella Review

Have courage, and be kind. The new Disney Cinderella film will make you want to be a better person… True to the original tale, this film depicts the story of
By Chelsey Walsh on 02 Apr 2015

Annie Review

Annie keeps the “American Dream” alive, with her singing and dancing, bright smiles and precocious charm, in this 21st century reboot. 1982, 1999 and now 2015 has brought us a
By Guest on 23 Jan 2015

Into the Woods Review

Based on the musical by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine, comes the much-anticipated Into the Woods. Be careful what you wish for – the resounding theme for this musical featurette
By Stacey Petersen on 27 Dec 2014

Storm Rider Review

You know, it is actually quite nice to come across a genuinely feel-good family movie. So many these days even in the kids or young teen’s market feel it necessary
By Daniel Rom on 15 Nov 2014

Step Dogs Review

With shades of Home Alone meets The Incredible Journey, because, let’s face it, your 7 year old probably hasn’t seen those and we can get away with it, Step-Dogs is
By Daniel Rom on 31 Jul 2014

House of Magic Review

A house cat finds himself in the loving embrace of a has-been magician while the trained pets and tinkering gadgets don’t want to share the limelight in their magic show.
By Guest on 23 Jun 2014

Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return Review

There has been a drastic change in the world of children’s movies since the pioneering Pixar group. The likes of Toy Story and Finding Nemo showed the world that you
By Guest on 19 May 2014

Walking with Dinosaurs Review

It can either be a good or bad thing when you struggle to find the words to describe a film you have just seen. Unfortunately for Walking with Dinosaurs, speechless
By Tshego Motiang on 05 May 2014

Rise of the Guardians

Jack Frost, the infamous figure that nips at your nose when it’s cold, is the central figure of Dreamworks‘ Rise of the Guardians. Jack wakes up in lake not knowing
By Guest on 09 Dec 2012