WATCH: ‘John Wick 3’ trailer drops and it’s awesome

You can expect dogs, assassins, Halle Berry and a horse ride through the streets of New York.

With sequels, prequels and trilogies dominating the big screen, it’s natural that audiences are a little suspicious of their quality.

WATCH: ‘John Wick 3’ trailer drops and it’s awesome
WATCH: ‘John Wick 3’ trailer drops and it’s awesome

WATCH: ‘John Wick 3’ trailer drops and it’s awesome

You can expect dogs, assassins, Halle Berry and a horse ride through the streets of New York.

Glass review – Director does it again

Glass review – Director does it again

The key to this narrative is understanding the dynamics surrounding the three prisoners.
WATCH: The chilling trailer for Khanyi Mbau’s new thriller

WATCH: The chilling trailer for Khanyi Mbau’s new thriller

The actress likened the film’s storyline to her marriage to Mandla Mthembu.
The Mule review – Clint Eastwood oozes star power

The Mule review – Clint Eastwood oozes star power

The movie may glorify to a degree the drug empire, but it never takes a moral stand.
Beautiful Boy review – Addiction uncovered

Beautiful Boy review – Addiction uncovered

The books are unique because of the way they each depict the unbreakable connection between father and son.
The Old Man & the Gun – Redford’s parting shot

The Old Man & the Gun – Redford’s parting shot

The movie is really a casual stroll in the park and may not appeal to fast action junkies looking for a high body count.
5 animated movies landing in 2019

5 animated movies landing in 2019

Many classic Disney films are getting the live action treatment this year.
Tom Hardy to return for ‘Venom’ sequel

Tom Hardy to return for ‘Venom’ sequel

The actor is set to return as the titular antihero, along with Michelle Williams and Woody Harrelson.
5 movies you need to see in 2019

5 movies you need to see in 2019

Take a peek at some of the exciting new movies that will be released in the first six months of this year.
Blindspotting review –  A spellbinding slice of realism

Blindspotting review – A spellbinding slice of realism

Set in the US city of Oakland, the movie grapples with poverty, crime, police brutality and overcrowded neighbourhoods.
Dumplin’ review – Obesity takes on beauty in a small Texas town

Dumplin’ review – Obesity takes on beauty in a small Texas town

Sentimental and bland are two words one could use to describe this production.
Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle review – A masterful reimagining

Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle review – A masterful reimagining

While there are no singing animals like in the animated version, the movie is just as memorable.
Bumblebee review – Worth making a buzz about

Bumblebee review – Worth making a buzz about

The production is an ideal antidote for the holiday blues and will enchant both adult and child.
It’s never too late for a ‘Second Act’

It’s never too late for a ‘Second Act’

What plays out is an uplifting story about success and our definition of it.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse review – Visual and aural extravaganza

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse review – Visual and aural extravaganza

The production offers loads of emotional moments and strong personal interactions.
Elliot the Littlest Reindeer review – Poorly animated fable

Elliot the Littlest Reindeer review – Poorly animated fable

Not all Christmas movies are created equal. This one is like the outdated baubles you place at the back of the tree.
Catch the Bollywood Movie Festival on SABC 3

Catch the Bollywood Movie Festival on SABC 3

Tamil and Hindi films will be alternated throughout the season, with each film having subtitles in English.
Instant Family review – Here comes trouble

Instant Family review – Here comes trouble

Unconditional love and embracing family are topics that drive this family escapade, but it becomes too messy and unfocused.
Colette review – A visual delight

Colette review – A visual delight

The movie boasts lush décor, opulent gardens, sumptuous costumes and fanciful recreations of turn-of-the-century Paris.
Spider-Man is back on screen, but this time he’s black and Latino

Spider-Man is back on screen, but this time he’s black and Latino

The idea for a Spider-Man of colour first took hold in 2008, when Barack Obama was elected US president.
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs: Elegant and hilarious mishmash of Old West brutality

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs: Elegant and hilarious mishmash of Old West brutality

It’s all about the quirky act of dying as the Coen brothers’ Netflix original western shoots its way to the top of viewer ratings.
Bohemian Rhapsody review – This won’t rock you

Bohemian Rhapsody review – This won’t rock you

This recreation, with many historical discrepancies about the band and Mercury, makes you question its artistic merit.
Creed II review – Knockout punch for fans

Creed II review – Knockout punch for fans

The narrative at times dips into the melodramatic, but as fight movies go, it’s enjoyable nevertheless.
Bolshoi Ballet comes to the big screen

Bolshoi Ballet comes to the big screen

Set in India, ‘La Bayadere’ is filled with deep love, passionate hatred and murderous intrigue.
Frank and Fearless review – Oh shucks, it falls flat

Frank and Fearless review – Oh shucks, it falls flat

There are a few highlights – and believe it or not Khanyi Mbau has a somewhat scene-stealing role.
Hunter Killer review – Pure nail-biting, mindless action

Hunter Killer review – Pure nail-biting, mindless action

In spite of its predictability at times, the film still proves to be a better-than-expected action romp.

 

 

 

 

 

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