10 movies on your screens this week.

A hilarious spy romp makes the end of the weekend that little bit easier, plus a host of action and adventure other movie highlights lined up this week.

The Spy Who Dumped Me

Mila Kunis of Bad Moms and Kate McKinnon (Rough Night) star in this comedy about an espionage deal gone wrong. Audrey and Morgan are two best friends whose lives get tangled up with unsavoury characters and professional spies. When Audrey accidentally shoots a mercenary who was after her boyfriend, she and Morgan find themselves evading bullets in the streets of Europe and playing a deadly game of fight or flight — where flight is not an option.

Premieres Sunday 7 July on M-Net (101) at 20:00

Josephine Doe

A lonely and borderline-depressed Claire has finally managed to make a friend, Josephine Doe. The two women form a unique bond but clearly, something is amiss, because Josephine aka Jo, seems to be inside Claire’s mind.

Premieres Sunday 7 July on Sundance TV (108) at 21:00

Dead Draw

As the old adage says: there is no honour among thieves, and that has never been more true than in this Brian Klemesrud-directed thriller. When a perfectly planned heist is less than perfectly executed, a band of thieves falls apart and everyone is suspicious of each other. With 25 million US dollars gone just like that, someone has to know what happened.

Premieres Saturday 6 July on M-Net (101) at 21:00


Racial tensions are running high in the neighbourhood. Millie and her white neighbour Ollie attempt to broker a truce after four police officers accused of beating a black man are acquitted. Starring Halle Berry and Daniel Craig.

Premieres Friday 5 July on 1Magic (103) at 22:00


This romantic drama is based on a harrowing real-life survival tale. A new couple sets off on a spur-of-the-moment sailing adventure, blissfully unaware that they are heading straight into one of the most powerful and destructive hurricanes in history. Starring Shailene Woodley and Sam Claflin.

Premieres on Sunday 7 July on M-Net Movies Premiere (103) at 20:30

Hometown Christmas

Snuggle up and celebrate a little bit of Christmas in July with this heart-warming Lifetime movie about Noelle (Beverly Mitchell), who returns to her hometown for the holidays to revive the town’s traditional live Nativity, a production that her late mother used to run.

Premieres on Saturday 6 July on Lifetime (131) at 19:20

Table Manners

Megan’s life comes crashing down when her husband is arrested for tax fraud. She loses everything – but in the process might just find out what’s really important to her.

Stream it on Showmax.

The Tokoloshe

In this terrifying thriller, Busi gets a job as a cleaner in a run-down hospital. She has to face her demons – which manifest as the tokoloshe – to save a young girl.

Stream it on Showmax. 


A group of Navy SEALS take on a covert operation to retrieve Nazi gold located at the bottom of a lake in Bosnia. But they'll have to avoid a group of dangerous, greedy thugs.

Stream it on Showmax.

Wonder Park

This delightful animated tale tells the story of the wildly imaginative June and her mother who have dreamt up the most fantastic amusement park, featuring incredible adrenaline-infused rides run by an oddball selection of talking animals. Starring Sofia Mali, Jennifer Garner and Ken Hudson Campbell.

Rent it on Boxoffice.

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