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Spling's Galileo Pick of the Week: Scream


Spling's Pick of the Week - Scream at Fedisa Rooftop

SCREAM @ FEDISA ROOFTOP (20 Jan)

While the iconic Scream mask has been ridiculed, it has earned its place in Hollywood history. The late Wes Craven was known for his genre-bending and innovation, trademarks which have been neatly encapsulated by Scream. Part tribute to horror films and part self-referential comedy, this slasher has entrenched itself in pop culture and Neve Campbell has forever been emblazoned on our collective imagination as Sidney Prescott.

Scary enough to give you chills and funny enough to lampoon the horror genre as we know it, this isn't any ordinary slasher, but a masterful film from the mind of a horror luminary. While dark and often amusing, we're constantly thrown off-balance by surprising thrills with some nail-biting and blood-soaked scenes. While a piece of '90s memorabilia, it resurrected the teen slasher genre in its time inspiring film franchises like I Know What You Did Last Summer and Urban Legend.

This highly acclaimed horror thriller is showing under the stars at The Galileo Open Air Cinema.

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Spling's Galileo Pick of the Week: Boyhood


Spling's Pick of the Week - Boyhood at Kirstenbosch

BOYHOOD @ KIRSTENBOSCH (11 Jan)

At almost three hours, Boyhood is a monumental drama. The filmmakers could have gone to much darker places, but turn this film into something heartwarming and inspiring... opting to celebrate rather than berate this thing we call life. As a fly-on-the-wall drama, it's fascinating to see a slice of Texan suburban life and the daily struggles of an ordinary middle class family. So fascinating that we're completely absorbed and entertained by the characters, through all their highs and lows.

Boyhood deserves full credit for its ambitious feat, taking a small budget and creating something truly inspiring and memorable. It's a wonderful showcase for Ellar Coltrane, it cements Richard Linklater as an auteur and brings audiences a fresh, genuine, honest, insightful and beautifully executed drama and time capsule for the ages. Read more...

This Oscar-winning drama is showing under the stars at The Galileo Open Air Cinema.

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Spling's Galileo Pick of the Week: Toy Story


Spling's Pick of the Week - Toy Story at Kelvin Grove

TOY STORY @ KELVIN GROVE (8 Jan)

Toy Story is a groundbreaking Pixar animated adventure comedy. Taking inspiration from movies like Small Soldiers and The Indian in the Cupboard, they elevated toy adventure to the next level with thrills, twists and turns to keep you locked in. Toy Story delivers wholehearted values of honour, teamwork, family, unity, loyalty and bravery. There are of course some scary moments... the broken dolls under the bed come to mind.

It's one of those films that has the ability to capture our imagination, immerse us in a hidden world and warm our hearts... and that's the magic of this film - they're just toys! In its time, the CGI and technical wizardry was revolutionary, backed by a lovable voice cast headlined by Tom Hanks as "Woody" and Tim Allen as "Buzz Lightyear". "To infinity and beyond..."

This Pixar animated classic is showing under the stars at The Galileo Open Air Cinema.

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Spling's Galileo Pick of the Week: Almost Famous


Spling's Pick of the Week - Almost Famous at Noordhoek Common

ALMOST FAMOUS @ NOORDHOEK COMMON (30 Dec)

Almost Famous is an immersive rock 'n' roll experience that follows young William whose Rolling Stone assignment finds him caught in the middle of the infamous 70s rock scene, covering a band called Stillwater on their first tour. Filmmaker Cameron Crowe has a tremendous love for music, as evidenced by his filmography and the soundtrack, which includes music from the age such as: Simon & Garfunkel, The Beach Boys, Rod Stewart, Led Zeppelin, David Bowie, Cat Stevens and The Who.

While it boasts an authentic screenplay steeped in soul-searching dialogue, it's also backed by a stellar cast including: Kate Hudson, Billy Crudup, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Francis McDormand, Jason Lee and Zooey Deschanel. Whether you lived in the era or not, this coming-of-age drama is timeless enough to appeal to just about everyone.

This nostalgic rock 'n roll drama is showing under the stars at The Galileo Open Air Cinema.

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Spling's Galileo Pick of the Week: Love Actually


Spling's Pick of the Week - Love Actually at Meerendal

LOVE ACTUALLY @ MEERENDAL (23 Dec)

Love Actually is heartwarming, funny and tender... a film that embodies the Christmas spirit. Richard Curtis knows how to tug at heart strings and engross us in uplifting human comedy drama. Backed by an all-star cast, we're entertained by this family holiday romance, which has been copied but never bettered.

The feeling of familiarity you have with the characters, the airport sentiment and tales of love in all its intricacies is bound to soften even the hardest of hearts. British schmaltz has never been this enjoyable and with Bill Nighy keeping it real as a rock star, this one's worth dusting off for the holiday season.

This heartwarming Christmas comedy romance drama is showing under the stars at The Galileo Open Air Cinema.

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