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Four great reasons to tune in to Kwesé Movies 2 this March

Four great reasons to tune in to Kwesé Movies 2 this March

16:00 SAST | 28 Feb 2017

Some enjoy watching movies for the acting, some for the drama, and others for the action and spectacular cinematography. Whatever your reason for enjoying a movie, we’ve got just the thing on Kwesé Movies 2. Here are four movies, exclusive to Kwesé, that’ll intrigue and entertain.

Heist (3 March at 20:00 CAT) was written and directed by David Mamet and stars Danny DeVito, Gene Hackman and Delroy Lindo. Mamet is a playwright who transitioned to writing film-scripts in the 1980s, enjoying acclaim with the likes of The Postman Always Rings Twice and The Untouchables. He is known for his realistic and snappy dialogue, and for creating meaty roles that push actors to stretch their range. Heist follows the classic ‘one last job’ crime plot. DeVito plays a manipulative fence (buyer of stolen goods), who persuades a gang of jewellery thieves to go after a large shipment of gold. It’s a high-stakes game, with nobody too sure who to trust.

Danny DeVito is capable of portraying good guys, bad guys and ordinary guys. In Even Money (17 February at 20:00 CAT) he plays a magician with a gambling addiction. The film also features notable actors such as Forest Whitaker, Ray Liotta, Kelsey Grammar, Tim Roth and Kim Basinger. There is intrigue and drama aplenty as the dark seduction of gambling is laid bare. As one character puts it: “Some take a chance for the rush of winning. Some for love. But you can’t have your dream without laying something on the line.”

Jet Li lays it all on the line in Hero (4 March at 20:00 CAT), an epic Chinese film set in a forgotten time of warlords, emperors and swordsmen. Li plays a mysterious assassin sent to kill the king of Qin. Hero is acclaimed for its magical cinematography, and beautifully choreographed martial arts sequences. On its release in 2002 it was the highest grossing film in Chinese cinema history.

In The I Inside (1 March at 20:00) Ryan Phillippe plays an accident victim who loses recall of the previous two years. As his memory slowly returns he discovers that he has the ability to move back and forwards through time, and even anticipate the future. It’s an engaging thriller, with an intriguing plot and a shocking twist in the tail.

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