A lonely lab assistant becomes the object of affection of a scaled creature that lives in a water tank in the masterful The Shape Of Water; a woman's love transcends her husband's disability in the excellent Breathe; a former Marine corporal wants to reunite with her canine partner in the heartbreaking true story Megan Leavey; and a psychic unleashes hell in Insidious: The Last Key.
Daniel Dercksen 9 hours ago
This week, a father and son reconcile their differences in Brad's Status, an underground poker game raises the stakes in Molly's Game, and a criminal conspiracy carries life and death stakes for everyone on the train in the action-thriller The Commuter.
Daniel Dercksen 12 Jan 2018
Welcome to my 2018 edition of trends in film. Let's get right into it.
Charles Siboto 10 Jan 2018
Let me say it right off the bat that Star Wars: The Last Jedi is a great movie and a worthy follow up to The Force Awakens. If you've been following any news about the movie, you'll know that there is a split between some Star Wars fans and film critics.
Charles Siboto 9 Jan 2018
In 1841 P.T. Barnum premiered Barnum's American Museum in New York City, which ultimately led to the founding and establishment of Barnum and Bailey Circus. It also installed Barnum as The Greatest Showman which serves as the title for Michael Gracey's historical musical starring Hugh Jackman.
Natalie Le Clue 5 Jan 2018
Thank You For Your Service is a significant exploration of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depicting US soldiers who try to adjust to civilian life...
Daniel Dercksen 3 Jan 2018
Inspired by the legend and ambitions of America's original pop-culture impresario, P.T. Barnum, comes The Greatest Showman, an inspirational rags-to-riches tale of a brash dreamer who rose from nothing to prove that anything you can envision is possible...
Daniel Dercksen 29 Dec 2017
A little bull prefers sitting quietly under a cork tree just smelling the flowers versus jumping around...
Daniel Dercksen 21 Dec 2017
Vuil Wasgoed, Kidnap, Beauty And The Dogs, Wonder, The Fall and Barbie: Dolphin Magic open at local cinemas this week.
Daniel Dercksen 7 Dec 2017
She is King, The Accident, The Battle Of The Sexes, A Bad Mom's Christmas, Paddington 2 and Le Corsaire open at local cinemas this week.
Daniel Dercksen 30 Nov 2017
Murder on The Orient Express, Rebel in The Rye, Coco, Olaf's Frozen Adventure, Daddy's Home 2, Potato Potahto and David Hockney at The Royal Academy of Arts open at local cinemas this week.
Daniel Dercksen 23 Nov 2017
Liewe Kersfeesvader, Professor Marston & The Wonder Women, Justice League, The Star, The Man With The Iron Heart and Mozart's Magic Flute open at local cinemas.
Daniel Dercksen 17 Nov 2017
Mother!, All Saints, Amityville: The Awakening, Suburbicon, Wolf Warriors 2 and Norma open on the big screen this week.
Daniel Dercksen 9 Nov 2017
The House On Willow Street, Flatliners, Wind River, Only The Brave and Hotel Salvation open at local cinemas this week.
Daniel Dercksen 3 Nov 2017
Vaya, Siembamba, Thor: Ragnarok, Jigsaw, The Journey, The Jungle Bunch, Marshall and Bolshoi Ballet's The Taming Of The Shrew open at local cinemas.
Daniel Dercksen 27 Oct 2017
The Mountain Between Us, Happy Death Day, Geostorm, Boo 2! A Madea Halloween and Secret Superstar open at local cinemas this week.
Daniel Dercksen 19 Oct 2017
The Whale Caller, Unlocked, The Snowman, The Last Word and Shot Caller open at local cinemas this week.
Daniel Dercksen 12 Oct 2017
Blade Runner 2049, Good Time, My Little Pony: The Movie, The Big Sick, Wish Upon, An Inconvenient Truth Sequel: Truth To Power and Canaletto & the Art of Venice open at local cinemas this week.
Daniel Dercksen 5 Oct 2017
This week three local films are released; Vaya, Inxeba (The Wound), Five Fingers for Marseilles. Other releases include Stephen King's IT, American Assassin, Home Again, Norman, Armed Response and Lucknow Central.
Daniel Dercksen 15 Sep 2017
When filmmakers searched for locations to shoot the highly anticipated film of Stephen King's celebrated The Dark Tower book series, they found a perfect home in South Africa.
Daniel Dercksen 5 Sep 2017
There are seven new films released this week; American Made, First Kill, The Inhumans, The Bounce Back; Sleight; Fun Mom Dinner and Part 2 of the NT Live Angels In America.
Daniel Dercksen 1 Sep 2017