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Meet David Oyelowo as Harold in New Featurette for Gringo!

Crossing the line from law-abiding citizen to wanted criminal, Harold battles to survive his increasingly dangerous situation in ways that raise the question: Is he out of his depth — or two steps ahead?   //   GRINGO is directed by Nash Edgerton and stars David Oyelowo, Joel Edgerton, Charlize Theron, Hernán Mendoza, Thandie Newton, Sharlto Copley, Amanda Seyfried & Harry Treadaway. GRINGO releases in cinemas nationally on May 10, 2018.

Watch the New Trailer for Gringo – Starring Charlize Theron!

He soon crosses the line from citizen to criminal while tangling with shady colleagues, international mercenaries, drug lords and the DEA.   //   GRINGO is directed by Nash Edgerton and stars David Oyelowo, Joel Edgerton, Charlize Theron, Amanda Seyfried, Thandie Newton, Yul Vazquez and Sharlto Copley.

Free Fire Movie Review

The cast is A-list, Brie Larson (following up her star turn in Room), Armie Hammer (unrecognisable under all that facial hair) and Cillian Murphy (effective as a shady dude with values), the film’s intent is decidedly not and in this case that is a good thing. No wildly improbable flights of CGI fancy or vanity visuals, just a gritty story with dire consequences.   //   Set primarily is one set, the film plays off the actors ability to drop in and out of view but still ...

Chappie Movie Review

The story revolves around a computer sciences geek Deon Wilson (played by Dev Patel, he of Slumdog Millionaire, The Newsroom and Best Exotic Marigold Hotel fame) who creates an Artificial Intelligence program to help his robots achieve a level of human consciousness. His place of employment has already used his technology to build robots that the police use to enforce the law in Johannesburg. Upper management is opposed to this, so he goes rogue to complete the task. This is when the story ...

Elysium Movie Review

The story follows Max (Matt Damon), a downtrodden underclassman vying for asylum in the privileged celestial city of Elysium. Like his poverty-stricken brethren, Max is an oppressed would-be saint crushed under the iron heel of an elitist upper class that is evil beyond redemption. Emotionally-laden key words such as 'homeland security' and 'no-fly zone' are bandied about to ensure we don't miss the point and one of the bad guys is Apartheid incarnate with his penchant for authoritarian ...