Category: Movies

‘Despicable Me 3’

Join Gru and his family in the third instalment of the Despicable Me franchise! This family friendly film appears to be one for all ages, with adults and children laughing alike!   Family friendly filter: Rated G Minimal  violence/fighting scenes LISTEN TO THE REVIEW...

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‘Wonder Woman’

The latest instalment of DC’s ‘Justice League’ franchise has hit cinemas by storm with ‘Wonder Woman’. This film is based on the origin story of Diana, Princess of the Amazons. This action-packed movie is directed by Patty Jenkins, with the role of Wonder Woman played by Gal Gadot. Set at the time of in WW2, Diana desired to put an end to the war and restore humanity. Family friendly filter: This film is rated M for Mature Audiences Insinuated romance Regular comments made about Diana’s attractive physique Violence & action themes War related death     LISTEN TO THE REVIEW...

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‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ Review

We sent Rhema FM’s Brent Cowley to review ‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’, as directed by Guy Ritchie. King Arthur grows up orphaned, robbed of his birthright until finally pulling the infamous ‘sword from the stone’. Arthur is forced to face his responsibilities as leader of the people, whilst facing many obstacles. Family friendly filter: This movie is rated M and is not suggested for children under the age of 15 Has dark themes/overtone Use of Magic (fantasy film) One swear word Use of violence LISTEN TO THE REVIEW...

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‘The Zookeepers Wife’ Review

Ellyse Brooks reviews the film ‘The Zookeepers Wife’, based on the best selling novel of the true story. This film is set at a Zoo during the time of WW2 in Warsaw, Poland. Once Germany has invaded Warsaw and the beloved Zoo destroyed, Antonina Zabinski and her husband, Dr. Jan Zabinski decide to risk their lives and devise a plan to smuggle Jews from the Ghetto and hide them right under the Nazi’s noses. Family Friendly Filter – This movie is Rated M due to content and nature of the film. Passing moment of nudity No swearing or bad language Insinuated...

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‘The Case for Christ’ Review

We asked Keith Davies to share his thoughts on the film ‘The Case For Christ’, based on the true story of best selling author Lee Strobel. Journey with Strobel as he decides to investigate the death of Christ in the hope to disprove Gods existence when his wife becomes a Christian. However, as he undertakes his personal quest, not everything is as it seems and Strobel finds everything he ever believed to be challenged and changed. This is a Christian film by ‘Pureflix’ and would be a great tool to evoke discussion in individuals who have been exploring or questioning Christianity. Family friendly filter: This film has one instance of swearing Features drinking & smoking Features heated argument between husband & wife As this film is about a journalist investigating evidence of Christ’s death, by nature it is intended for adults. LISTEN TO THE REVIEW...

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