MOVIEWISE — September 1 2017


Pieter Pohl, founder of Innovation Films and marketing manager of CMD Entertainment Africa, sheds some light on the latest movies.

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Movie trailer & more info:

Sarah, an aspiring filmmaker meets the man of her dreams. Charming, handsome, and wealthy, Reece becomes her world. As their story unfolds, Sarah is taken on a journey of heartbreak and forgiveness, exploring the meaning of her relationships both past and present.

Dove Review:
This movie is about a young woman taken in by a man that isn’t all he seems to be. Sarah, a filmmaker, meets a man named Reece and falls for him. She didn’t trust men in the past because of her father walking out on her when she was a child but Reece takes an interest in her and is kind to her. However, Reece winds up marrying another woman yet wants Sarah on the side. She has an affair with him for a while but then feels guilty. Her friends warn her about continuing it. Will she put a stop to it? Will she do the right thing?

The movie features some amazing New York scenes, terrific cinematography, and a wonderful theme of redemption. Angela Lin plays Sarah and does a terrific job as does Erik McKay as Reece. This film offers hope to those who need to leave the past behind and move forward. We don’t want to give the ending away, but we’ll say that Sarah winds up looking to God for help. We are pleased to award this inspiring movie our “Family-Approved” Seal for ages twelve plus. The Father’s Love shows that tough choices can be made! —

(Sunday September 3 2017: MNET 101 20:05)

Movie trailer:

Dove Summary:
When Robert Langdon wakes up in an Italian hospital with amnesia, he teams up with Dr Sienna Brooks, and together they must race across Europe against the clock to foil a deadly global plot.

Dove Review:
Inferno is a fast-paced suspense drama featuring a man named Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks) with amnesia who teams with emergency room physician Dr Sienna Brooks (Felicity Jones) in trying to figure out why they are being pursued and shot at. What is learned, as Langdon’s memory slowly returns, and he and Sienna piece everything together, is that a man named Bertrand Zobrist (Ben Foster), the same man that committed suicide in the beginning of the movie, believed the world’s population is out of control and that the Earth is headed for the 6th “extinction” following the flood, ice age, etc. What is his solution? It is to kill more than half the population to balance it all out and save mankind! He plots to have a virus released after he is gone. But who can Langdon and Brooks trust as they attempt to prevent the maniacal plot? The film features several surprises and plot twists, and the viewer is left to guess who really is good and who is not.

The references to “Dante’s Inferno”, the museum sequences, paintings, and the Florence, Italy, locations are a nice combination, adding an authentic look to the movie. There are chase sequences, fights, and manipulations as Langdon and Sienna place the pieces of the puzzle together. Even an old flame from Langdon’s past is a part of the story. Despite the likable Tom Hanks being involved, and an intriguing plot, harsh language and too much violence spoils the movie, preventing it from being awarded our Dove Family-Approved Seal. —

Innovation Films is a creative film entertainment company comprising multi-faceted service departments including production, distribution, consulting, marketing and publicity.
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