"In making Boyhood, Richard Linklater truly has created something never before seen in a fiction feature film," writes Nadia Neophytou.
In a world saturated by violence and sensation, true escape comes in Richard Linklater's moving film Boyhood.
This is the story of the little movie that could have done better. What The English Teacher gets right is the tone and style of the indie sleeper.
Elysium is today's gross global inequality realised. By 2154, humanity is divided into the privileged and the masses on whose backs this is built.
Wikipedia conveniently offers a summary of Mohsin Hamid’s highly acclaimed 2007 novel, The Reluctant Fundamentalist.
The title of Michael Haneke’s "Amour" is a challenge: not ironic, not celebratory, and yet somehow not complicated either.
The Durban International Film Festival begins on July 18 and, in keeping with its role as SA's leading festival, it features a huge range of movies.
It must be the last act of superhero revisionism: abolishing the word “super”.
The adventure continues in the sequel to the hit South African comedy based on the bestselling series of novels by John van de Ruit.
It’s a fascinating, flawed and vivid piece of work, in some ways a coda or companion piece to "The Tree of Life".
Pedro Almodóvar’s new film is a cheeky comedy about stressy homosexuals in an aeroplane going round and round in the sky without getting anywhere.
JJ Abrams’ new Star Trek installment is as glitzy as his first, but it’s Benedict Cumberbatch as a mysterious new foe that fuels this outing.
Your enjoyment of the movie adaptation of Jack Kerouac's "On the Road" will depend on your frame of mind as you walk into the cinema.
James Marsh’s movie is calm, level, downbeat. The tension is subtle — perhaps subtler than it really should be.
360 is rich with human life and the textures of our fractured, disparate worlds
The main action in the movie is its visual effects, beside which the sad strivings of the mere humans in the narrative are as chaff in the wind.
South Korean director Park Chan-wook makes his English-language debut with an outrageous quasi-remake of Hitchcock's 1943 thriller Shadow of a Doubt.
The ingredients are in place for a very enjoyable, smart, fluent comedy with wittily managed moments of sadness and bittersweet regret.
Danny Boyle's 'Trance' is frankly a disappointment: a strident, chaotic, frantically overcooked film.