Gravity (Blu-Ray): Review

The Film The Gravity Blu-Ray pack contains both the 3D and 2D versions, each on their own disc. The main feature is in 1080p, with superb picture quality and stunning audio. The minute details visible in some of the more intense scenes will show off any HD setup, and the sound mix will give your […]

Guardians of the Galaxy – Releasing 1 August In South Africa

From Marvel, the studio that brought you the global blockbuster franchises of Iron Man, Thor, Captain America and The Avengers, comes a new team—the Guardians of the Galaxy. An action-packed, epic space adventure, Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” expands the Marvel Cinematic Universe into the cosmos, where brash adventurer Peter Quill finds himself the object […]

Catch Clinet Eastwood’s Son In A Surf Movie Opening This Friday

Moviegoers can see Clint Eastwood’s son Scott Eastwood in the new surfing movie ‘The Perfect Wave’, which opens on 28 February 2014. The film, in which Scott plays kiwi surfer Ian McCormack, tells the true story of a rebellious young man’s journey as he searches for the meaning of life. At the heart of the […]

The Star Studded List Of Oscar Presenters

Oscar producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron today announced the complete slate of stars who will present Oscars at the ceremony. The Oscars®, hosted by Ellen DeGeneres, will air on Oscar Sunday, March 2, live on ABC. “We are very excited that the Hollywood community will be turning out in force for Sunday’s Oscar ceremony,” […]

Q&A With Zaheer Goodman-Bhyat And Louw Venter Of Konfetti

Where did the idea for Konfetti originate from? (Louw) It came from a play, The Best Man’s Speech, which I wrote and performed for three to four years and is based on a one-man show where the members of the audience are the guests at the wedding. The play stems from one particularly bad Jewish […]

The Grandmaster: Review

Set in the 1930s, and chronicling the martial arts grandmaster of Wing Chun, Ip Man (Ton7 Leung Chiu-Wai), starting with him in Foshan, and his later years in Hong Kong. A martial arts master, Gong Yutian, declaring his retirement, seeks to champions to represent the North and South. Ip Man is selected to challange Gong […]

The Nut Job: Review

The Nut Job, its a fun ride with a bunch of furry creatures, yet tells a story akin to the great bank  heists of days gone by. The story begins in a city park, where Surly the squirrel has just caused the loss of the local animals food supply, meaning they will no longer have […]

Saving Mr Banks: Review

The story of P. L. Travers, creator of the children’s story Mary Poppins and the 20 years she was pursued by Walt Disney himself in a bid to obtain the movie rights. Saving Mr. Banks is a wonderful tale of the drama of holding on to ones creation, interspersed with some musical numbers, as is the […]

Ride Along: Review

Ride Along, pairing Ben (Kevin Hart) and James (Ice Cube) in a buddy cop movie with a difference. Ben, a high school security guard, wants to marry Jame’s sister. James is a cop. Ben has yet to win James’s respect, so they strike a deal. Ben will ride with James for one day on patrol […]

Jobs (DVD): Review

The Film Jobs, a glimpse into the life of visionary Steve Jobs, who with the other great names of the tech world, helped shape the world into what we know today. One can not compress such a story into the time it takes to watch a film, and therefore some events are summarised, while others […]

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