‘Planet of the Humans’ is a climate change documentary presented by Michael Moore. The prolific ‘Bowling for Columbine’ and ‘Sicko’ documentarian served as executive producer on this environmental documentary.
‘How to Steal A Country’ is the latest documentary from prolific film-maker, Rehad Desai. The acclaimed Emmy-winning director has made definitive documentaries on Marikana with ‘Miners Shot Down’ and the #feesmustfall movement in ‘Everything Must Fall’.
‘The Sisters Brothers’ is in no way related to ‘Brother Sun, Sister Moon’ about the life of St Francis of Assisi. This is cleared up in the first few minutes of this unusual western in a haunting metaphor as a horse canters away… in flames.
Heath Ledger is gone but in his wake he’s left a wonderful legacy as an actor, director and human. ‘I Am Heath Ledger’ explores the late actor’s life story and career in greater detail through accounts of family and friends.
Despite Daniel Radcliffe’s questionable South African accent, ‘Escape from Pretoria’ is getting some positive reviews from critics.
‘Cats’ is essentially a pantomime masquerading as a musical. The choreography and music are its core attractions and while the campy fun of having a stage full of adults in onesies pretending to be felines may have its place, perhaps it should only ever be on a stage or in your living room. This has now been the case study and experience of ‘Cats’…
‘Charlie’s Angels’ is back for a second reboot. While the films of the early 2000s were a pop culture event, this one is getting panned by critics.
‘Doctor Sleep’ was always going to be a massive undertaking. Following on from a highly acclaimed film from one of the all-time master auteurs, writer-director and editor Mike Flanagan must have felt enormous pressure.
Rachel de Beer made the ultimate sacrifice to save her brother, Dirkie. During a cold winter trek to south-eastern Transvaal in 1843, the children were separated from their father.