Cape Town – Bridget Jones and her personal and professional woes are back in cinema this weekend.
The long awaited sequel of the popular franchise returns and this time around Bridget is expecting a baby and doesn’t know who the baby daddy is.
Also on the big screen is Bryan Cranston who plays an undercover FBI who infiltrates a drug ring, Jack Huston who plays historical figure Ben-Hur and a zombie flick with heart and brains – there's something for everyone to see.
Movie: Bridget Jones’ Baby
Our rating: 4/5
Short review: Renee Zellweger is charming as ever in Bridget Jones' Baby, a lively return to form for the unlikely trilogy about an ordinary woman and her professional and romantic woes.
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Movie: The Infiltrator
Our rating: Based on an autobiography, The Infiltrator is so bogged down by facts that it forgot to entertain the audience.
Short review: 2/5
Our rating: 2/5
Short review: The remake of Ben-Hur isn't as bad as the critics are saying, the protagonists have decent character arcs, and the script is not altogether unpalatable.
Our rating: Although it might feel like another zombie movie, Viral has got a little more brains and heart than your average mindless horror romp.
Short review: 3/5
(Photos: AP, Universal Pictures, Ster-Kinekor, NuMetro)
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