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4 new flicks you can watch this weekend

2016-07-01 16:00
 

Cape Town – The pizza loving, cowbunga dudes are back on the big screen. 

In the second instalment of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles they have to fight a bigger nemesis, the notorious Krang.

Roald Dahl's Big Friendly Giant gets a big screen adaptation, Russell Crowe fights for his daughter in an emotional drama and hard hitting local drama confronts racial tension and violence – there's plenty to see.

Here are 4 new movies releasing in South Africa today:

Movie: TMNT: Out of the Shadows

Our rating: 3/5

Short review: This action packed sequel for the kids is packed with high energy fun and out punches the original in almost every way.  

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Movie: The Big Friendly Giant

Our rating: 3/5

Short review: Steven Spielberg and Melissa Mathison have not only succeeded in bringing the adventure of a gentle giant and an orphaned girl alive, but they have also succeeded in creating the visualisation Roald Dahl creates with his words.

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Movie: Fathers & Daughters

Our rating: 3/5

Short review: Although a bit melodramatic at times, Fathers & Daughters focuses on issues that most people struggle with on a daily basis.

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Movie: The Endless River

Our rating: 3/5

Short review: With themes of racial tension, murder and rape, The Endless River eloquently tells the South African condition.

READ THE FULL REVIEW HERE!

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