If you (and your wallet) are still recovering from last weekend’s rAge and feel like taking it chilled with some movies, we’ve got you covered with some of the best movies to catch at the cinemas or at home:


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The Walk

This true story following the life of high-wire French artist Philipe Petit who is attempting something impossibly dangerous: an illegal walk between the Twin Towers/World Trade Centre back in the 70s. It’s in 3D so expect to catch your breath a few times and it is really visually something amazing.


A South African story directed by Jans Rautenbach, follows the life and struggles of a young artist, Abraham.

Oops! Noah Is Gone

The classic biblical story told in a very funny and family friendly way. Your kids are sure to love this one and you won’t mind watching it. There are many antics around and fun along the ride.

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Disney’s Tomorrowland: A Wold Beyond

A curious teen and a former boy-wonder inventor go on an adventure to discover the secrets of a place and time which only exists in their minds.

Where The Wild Things Are

This beautiful story is one to enjoy with the entire family. Where The Wild Things Are tells the tale of a young boy called Max who is an outsider. He leaves home to go live on an island filled with the Wild Things, whose leader Max becomes.

Dear White People

A tongue-in-cheek comedy about the frustrations black students at a college are experiencing in a predominately white society.