The Maze Runner: Review

The Maze Runner hits the ground running, and within seconds of the film starting, we are thrust into a strange world. This does causes some confusion, which mirrors what our hero, Thomas (Dylan O’Brien), must be feeling. His memory erased, and deposited in a maze with a bunch of fellow “runners”, will he be able… Continue reading The Maze Runner: Review

The Equalizer: Review

Denzel Washington is back as Robert ‘Bob’ McCall, an action hero in The Equalizer, a former black ops operative who left the game by faking his own death. When his good nature compels him to intervene, to help a local prostitute who is badly beaten by some pimps, he gets embroiled in a fight with the… Continue reading The Equalizer: Review

Planes: Fire & Rescue: Review

World famous air racer Dusty (Dane Cook) is back, in Planes: Fire & Rescue. Sadly, he discovers his aging engine is damaged, and there is a chance he may never race again. After an unfortunate incident at home-base, he is propelled into the world if aerial fire fighting, help his friends, and find a chance… Continue reading Planes: Fire & Rescue: Review

Cinema Nouveau Presents The 2014 Tri-Continental Human Rights Film Festival

The 2014 Tri Continental Film Festival (TCFF) returns to South African cinemas at the end of September. The festival will be screened exclusively at Cinema Nouveau theatres in Johannesburg (Rosebank Mall) and Cape Town (V&A Waterfront) from 26 September to 06 October. Johannesburg 26 – 29 September and Cape Town 3 – 6 October. Unlike… Continue reading Cinema Nouveau Presents The 2014 Tri-Continental Human Rights Film Festival

“Doing Lunch” With The Cape Town Fringe

One of the easiest, breeziest things about the Cape Town Fringe festival – set to run in the Mother City between 25 September and 5 October – is that the programme has been planned to keep step with the everyday rhythm of the city. This means that you will be able to catch a world-class… Continue reading “Doing Lunch” With The Cape Town Fringe