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Heartsong Movie Review: An innocent, endearing and atypical rom-com 

A typically romantic tale envisioned in an atypical manner. Its strength lies in its sheer innocence

3 hours ago

Carter Movie Review: An action extravaganza with a mediocre storyline 

The key is to take the story with a pinch of salt and marvel at the barrage of action scenes unfolding onscreen 

08 Aug 2022

The Entitled Movie Review: Classist, offensive and bereft of nuance

This borderline offensive, slapstick attempt at portraying class differences has potential but isn't focussed on nearly as enough as the terrible jokes 

31 Jul 2022

Remarriage & Desires Series Review: An exploration of our baser instincts and desires  

A highly watchable inaugural season with power, greed, vengeance, desire and love at the heart of it

19 Jul 2022

Incantation Movie Review: Intense psychological horror film that tends to obfuscate every now and then

Slow burn found footage horror flick that throws more than its fair share of questions. Worth watching for the psychological depth and emotional impact of the mother-daughter story at the heart of it

10 Jul 2022

Collision Series Review: The personal meets the political in a film that could have been executed better

The premise of Collision promises much, with its strained post-Apartheid era tensions coming to the surface. If only the execution matched the foundation in this personal-is-political film. 

20 Jun 2022

Two Summers Review: A dark and depressingly brilliant show

Gender-sensitive, intelligent, nuanced and hard-hitting! Deserves a second season and more, make no mistake

05 Jun 2022

F*ck Love Too Movie Review: A big zero in all departments!

The primary language of the film is Dutch, but it ought to have been stupidity. No subtitles needed for that to translate. 

21 May 2022

The Getaway King Film Review: Entertaining and stylish, yet not lacking in depth

The Getaway King fuses a technically brilliant style with exceptional acting and writing to present the larger-than-life story of popular thief, Zdzisław Najmrodzki

13 May 2022

Along for the Ride Movie Review: This ride had the potential to be so much better

A 50-50 sort of young adult adaptation; good in parts, mediocre in others

07 May 2022

Anatomy of a Scandal Review: A fine adaptation

A must-watch that addresses consent, patriarchy, privilege, and male entitlement in the influential world of British politics

02 May 2022

Honeymoon With My Mother Movie Review: A subpar film that is neither comedy nor drama

The central problem is that it isn’t totally sure about what it’s trying to say. Predictable and flat on the comedic side, the drama isn’t suited to its simplistically sketched characters

01 May 2022

He’s Expecting Series Review: A brilliant, progressive series set in the feminist tradition

He’s Expecting is a progressive and powerful series that tackles the subject of traditional gender roles in a patriarchal world

23 Apr 2022

Dancing on Glass Movie Review: Extreme, thought-provoking, and frightening

A fine, intense film that poses pertinent questions on the militant methods employed by the perfectionist world of ballet

09 Apr 2022

The Bubble Movie Review: A general lack of humour in this meta-comedy set in Covid times

A general lack of humour in this meta-comedy set in Covid times

02 Apr 2022

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