In this week's edition we take a look at the Zuma effect, surprising ways the economy will change and deliver a sobering Covid-19 report card.
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A hard film to watch, 'Les Misérables' exudes a raw look at a society broken by prejudice and youth’s rising resentment against the inaction of their elders.
When gangster husbands wind up in prison in the 1970s, their wives take over their organisation.
'Richard Says Goodbye' probably has the best of intentions but that doesn’t stop it from being a bloodless, inept and entirely unbelievable take on ye old 'terminal illness' movie.
As a first-time producer and lead in a feature film, Marsai Martin sparkles like a shooting star next to her seasoned colleagues.
Green Book is an Oscar-bound movie that has powerful performances and problems.
A surprisingly charming, big-hearted delight, Bumblebee is that most impossible of phenomena: a genuinely good Transformers movie.
Status Update is a movie you've seen before but less fun because you've seen it before. The storyline is so worn out the app might as well be a genie that tells our hero to “be careful what you wish for”.
While the storylines lack depth, the out of this world cinematography makes Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald a magical masterpiece in the wizarding world that fans, and even sceptics, will be enchanted by.
40 years later the sequel for Halloween finally hits cinemas.
A Star Is Born bursts onto South Africa cinema screens this weekend.
Save your date.
'The Art of Racing in the Rain' is fluffy, comfortable, warm, and cosy with the racing theme a mere background to the story about a man and his best friend.
It probably won’t win any new fans but 'John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum', for all of its excesses, is quite easily the best John Wick film to date.
All style, zero substance, Alita: Battle Angel still has enough spectacle (and a super-likeable main character) to recommend it, especially in a good cinema.
We enlisted our reviewers to choose their top three movies of the year.
Beautifully designed and assembled, it may be, but 'Mortal Engines' is only ever really fun when it leans into being a massively silly steampunk version of 'Star Wars'. Fortunately, it does that just enough to get away with it.
Espionage, horror, thrill and romance – there’s something for everyone to see at cinemas this weekend.
Fantasy, comedy, romance, horror and action - there's something for everyone to see at local cinemas this weekend.
Peppermint is Jennifer Garner’s action comeback we have all been waiting for and it will keep you on the edge of your seat!
Sgt Stubby is a true story about a dog that fought in WWI, and through him this animated movie makes a gruesome war accessible to kids to learn about history.
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