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

The Rewrite Review

Watching The Rewrite evokes nostalgic memories of the 1990’s Brigitte Jones Diaries. Rom-coms just haven’t been the same without Hugh Grant. After two decades, Hugh Grant is back with his
By Meagan Taylor on 12 Oct 2015

Two Night Stand Review

After Meagan’s fairy tale is shattered by a cheating fiancé, she is encouraged to ‘get back on the horse’ by her roommate (who secretly hopes Meagan will get her life
By Christine Tesco on 18 Jun 2015

Laggies Review

‘Laggies’ is an inimitable romantic comedy about Megan (Keira Knightley), an aimless 28-year old that refuses to grow up in every single area of her life. Megan has a degree
By Meagan Taylor on 20 May 2015

Leading Lady Review

Leading Lady is a local film that can compete with international standards. It is an infectious charming tale worth the watch. Jodi Rutherford (Katie McGrath) is our leading lady hopeful.
By Christine Tesco on 21 Apr 2015

Cavemen Review

If you had to put ‘That Awkward Moment and ’10 Things I Hate About You’ into a blender you would get the perfect ‘Caveman’ smoothie. Director, Herschel Faber thought it
By Meagan Taylor on 03 Mar 2015

The Necessary Death Of Charlie Countryman Review

A mashup of cliché’s tagged with unnecessary nonsense: There’s more to love than living. Uhm? Charlie Countryman (Shia LaBeouf) leaves Chicago after a vision of his mother appears to him
By Christine Tesco on 17 Dec 2014

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

#Stuck Review

There are few things in this world that will make me more disinclined to enjoy a film more quickly than to see that its title quite literally contains a hash-tag.
By Daniel Rom on 20 Oct 2014

Between Friends Review

A South African film that isn’t about our short comings but rather our normality as a nation; Between Friends is a breath of fresh air that is perfect to watch
By Lerato A. Mareletse on 25 Aug 2014