Cape Town – There's plenty to see at the cinema this weekend with six fresh new flicks on circuit.
Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe team up to solve a murder, Sally Field pursues a younger co-worker, Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult find love in an emotionless Utopia, Tom Hanks is sent to Saudi Arabia, Dory finally gets her own story and a cat name Keanu is kidnapped by gangsters.
Movie: The Nice Guys
Our rating: 5/5
Short review: This film was so good that I was willing watched it twice on the big screen. It has smart laughs and slapstick comedy intermingled with plot twists and depth.
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Movie: Finding Dory
Our rating: 4/5
Short review: Should you go watch this film? Yes definitely, for all its faults I think that Finding Dory is the best animated feature of the year thus far.
Short review: At face value Equals seems to be another Utopian future where emotion has been wiped out from the human race, but the implications of a romance in such a society makes for a fascinating watch.
Movie: A Hologram for the King
Short review: A Hologram for the King is a beautifully strange film that not everyone will fall in love with – but that’s also totally okay.
Movie: Hello, my name is Doris
Our rating: 3/5
Short review: Sally Field gives an amazing performance and a new perspective on growing older in this bittersweet drama.
Short review: Keanu is a satisfyingly ridiculous and a consistently funny big-screen debut for sketch duo Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele.
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