31.3.2020 03:52 pm
Classic, hilarious, witty and oh so fashion-forward, ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ is loved by all.
While most of us are in lockdown without much to do, it's important to keep ourselves entertained (and to check on each other in these stressful times).
The film shows the worst side of the army without delving into the psychological facets involved.
This is a period piece, a stylish comedy of manners for discerning viewers and is well worth savouring.
Fans will get to see Natasha deal with her history as a spy and the broken relationships left in her wake long before she became an Avenger.
The film is one of the better horror offerings to sink your teeth into.
The film suffers from some stilted dialogue and forced chemistry between the key figures.
The brothers encounter a myriad of bold, colourful characters who contribute to their experiences.
The film moves away from the blockbuster action trope of unbelievability – like humans catching helicopters and not getting killed while crashing cars.
No Time to Die, the 25th instalment of the fictional British spy saga, sees Bond drawn out of retirement in Jamaica by his old friend and CIA agent Felix Leiter.
The film has further been nominated for the Saftas taking place later this month.
The series premiere was held at the Joburg theatre.
This the first local film to my knowledge to deal with boxing. It is uniquely South African and it’s a winner.
A series of eerie coincidences begin to turn lethal as the story unfolds.
As action films go, this one rises above the level of most – even though some of the ideas and action sequences are derivative.