Reney Warrington

My st 8 Afrikaans-juffrou het gesê ek moet eerder nie tale gaan swot nie. Die uitdrukking op haar gesig het beteken ek sal dit nie maak nie.

My st 8 Engels-juffrou het gesê ek moet asseblief ’n getekende kopie van my eerste boek vir haar bring. Ek dink ek glo eerder my Engels-juffrou.

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Moffie – an unfinished review

Reney Warrington Film 2020-03-06

"Moffie deals with repressing and brutalising a whole generation."

Dark waters – a bit too mechanical

Reney Warrington Film 2020-02-18

"It is a fascinating story of corporate greed and environmental disaster. I did not feel the outrage."

Filmresensie: Vergeet my nie

Reney Warrington Film 2020-02-14

"Die flou kamerawerk, die eentonige klankbaan, die stomp dialoog, die narratief is als, wel, vervelig."

Bombshell – solid entertainment

Reney Warrington Film 2020-02-07

"It’s a bit shallow, it glosses over Megan and Gretchen’s bigoted views and is sappy at times. But who cares? It’s hugely entertaining."

2019: Réney Warrington’s TV series highlights

Reney Warrington TV 2019-12-19

"Who raised the bar on television shows to the crazy, brilliant level it is today? Was it Netflix with House of cards? Or HBO with True blood or Game of thrones? Hulu with The handmaid’s tale? I cannot definitively say. I do know this: there were so many brilliant series in 2019, that I could only watch half of them and still have enough time to write about them."

2019: Réney Warrington’s movie highlights

Reney Warrington Film 2019-12-18

"The mere existence of a film such as Parasite gives me hope for the movie industry. The fact that it raked in $106,7 million at the box office makes me a little delirious. A film as brilliant, excruciating and funny as Parasite does not make that kind of money. And it’s not the only highlight of 2019." 

Joburg Film Festival film review: Amazing grace – a concert

Reney Warrington Books and writers 2019-11-21

"Your enjoyment of this film hinges on whether you are an Aretha Franklin fan or not."

Joburg Film Festival film review: 8 – unconvincing

Reney Warrington Film 2019-11-19

"You must commend the South African film industry, where budgets are small, for attempting genres other than slapstick or drama, slightly more commercially viable options."

Joburg Film Festival film review: Hero – it should’ve been more

Reney Warrington Film 2019-11-19

"The extraordinary story is there – war hero, law expert, survivor, charmer – but the movie fails its subject dismally."

Joburg Film Festival film review: Luce – the sustained menace will haunt you

Reney Warrington Film 2019-11-19

"It could set in motion such thought-provoking and justifiable, yet completely conflicting, interpretations, that one could argue for weeks on end. It is marvellous."

Joburg Film Festival film review: Vision portraits – interesting topic, average film

Reney Warrington Film 2019-11-19

"It is a moving portrait of artists losing their sight, the one thing they depend on most."

Filmresensie: Racheltjie de Beer

Reney Warrington Film 2019-10-25

"Moenie hierdie resensie lees nie. Stop dit. Ek is ernstig. Gaan kyk net die film."

Film review: Late night – clever but safe

Reney Warrington Film 2019-10-16

"The major issue Late night grapples with is how superficial TV, and life in general, has become. How substance has been substituted for likes, views and followers."

Joker – darker than Gotham

Reney Warrington Film 2019-10-04

"Joker is an expansive film, a cinematic marvel with plenty of jaw-dropping scenes. The unrelentingly dark nature of this instalment will, however, frighten many cinemagoers. Be warned. Or heartened."

Film review: Hustlers, or rather, The godmother

Reney Warrington Film 2019-09-19

"It’s a gritty drama, an all-out condemnation of the greed of men, with rather great comedy thrown in – and yes, with some strippers. Oh, and believe you me, JLo is a revelation as Ramona Vega."