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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My lang pad tot by die 16de Nelson Mandela-lesing

Reney Warrington Menings 2018-07-20

"Barack Obama se toespraak was nie lewensveranderend nie, maar wel ’n beaming van sekere universele beginsels waarvan ons al vergeet het."

Ocean’s 8: a film review

Reney Warrington Lifestyle and entertainment 2018-07-18

"A great cast rarely guarantees a great film (and a lot has been made of this film’s cast). Yet, I was hopeful that the ginormous ensemble of highly talented women in Ocean’s 8 would prove to be a slick, exhilarating and entertaining combination. It was all in vain."

Thys & Trix: ’n filmresensie

Reney Warrington Film 2018-07-10

"Thys & Trix kon baat by ’n hekwagter."

Catching feelings: film review

Reney Warrington Lifestyle and entertainment 2018-06-04

"It’s a beautifully shot, warm and fuzzy love letter to Joburg. Joburg is, as a matter of fact, the strongest and most interesting character in the movie. The rest pale in comparison, unfortunately."

Solo – A Star wars story: film review

Reney Warrington Film 2018-05-28

"Instead of exploring new ideas, new fertile ground, the familiar Star wars concepts were simply reused."

DocuFest Africa 2018: a celebration of documentary photography

Naomi Meyer, Reney Warrington Onderhoude 2018-05-16

"To me, they [the images] are a portal to a world I can never visit. They are also a recording of our history, a barometer of the time. In some ways, I hoped the show would take the viewers out of their current lives, away from the current political climate, and perhaps remind them of what we overcame as a people."

Madame: film review

Reney Warrington Film 2018-04-26

"The film does not ever go where you expect it to. It does not adhere to the tried and tested and tired Hollywood movie formula."

Tully: film review

Reney Warrington Film 2018-04-25

"Tully is an honest, often very funny look at parenthood, at the lies parents tell themselves to stay sane, and at the reasons why they should perhaps start telling the truth."

Ready player one: film review

Reney Warrington Film 2018-04-03

"You don’t need to get all, or any, of the references to enjoy the film. It is still a thrilling, albeit sweet, adventure that will leave you gasping for breath."

Annihilation: fim review

Reney Warrington Film 2018-03-23

"The mutated world within the Shimmer is the stuff that dreams and nightmares are made of, gorgeous and creepy all at once. Annihilation will certainly leave (adventurous) moviegoers with much to talk about, and an ending to fight over for years."

I, Tonya – a bruising comedy

Reney Warrington Lifestyle and entertainment 2018-03-05

"I, Tonya is billed as a film about skating, about the rivalry between Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan. In truth, it is so much more than that. It is a searing depiction of domestic violence, it takes on society’s expectation of how a woman should act, and it finally delivers an endearing portrait of a rather difficult woman who refused to be a victim."

Three billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri – it deserves the Oscars

Reney Warrington Lifestyle and entertainment 2018-03-05

"It’s a fierce film that does, refreshingly, not offer real redemption to any of the characters, but that does portray them as terribly flawed and utterly human."

Revolting rhymes – deliciously revolting

Reney Warrington Film 2018-02-05

"The animated film Revolting rhymes, based on the 1982 Roald Dahl collection of poems for children, co-animated by Cape Town-based Triggerfish, has picked up critical claim and several awards. It has just been nominated for a 2018 Oscar for best animated short. The film is deserving of all the praise."

The shape of water: film review

Reney Warrington Film 2018-01-26

"The shape of water is beautifully styled and filmed and the actors give it their all, but the lack of substance and a stock-standard script lets the whole production down."

Molly's game: a film review

Reney Warrington Film 2017-12-20

"The film is based on the fascinating story of Molly Bloom, an intriguing real-life person. It’s worth buying your ticket just for that. Don’t expect well drawn characters or anything outside of the Hollywood soapbox, though."