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Comedians of the World – Trailer Out Now! Netflix Original Stand-Up Comedy Series

This global, first-of-its-kind, series will showcase 47 comedians from 13 regions in 8 languages in an unprecedented stand-up comedy experience. The groundbreaking series will feature a range of stand-up specials from comedians diverse in style, gender and ethnicity. Get ready to start the new year off with a laugh! https://youtu.be/OZifrOWizAU UK Nish Kumar Joel Dommett Mae Martin Ellie Taylor US Neal Brennan Chris D’Elia Nicole Byer Nick Swardson AUS/NZ Joel...

Marvel Avengers new trailer out now (plus title of the movie revealed at the end of trailer)

The brand new Marvels Avengers movie hits UK cinemas on April 26th 2019 and the new trailer is out now and it's crazy. Watch the trailer to the end as the full title is revealed at the end of the trailer... We have nothing more to say about this, as seeing is believing, so look and you will see... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wuOvmyuYFMo

Mortal Engines Review

Dystopian YA novel adaptations seem to be a trend that will not go away, The Hunger Games set a precedent that most fail to live up to and as each year passes the imagination disintegrates into dust. The latest that falls into that category comes from the Lord of the Ring’s Peter Jackson and first time director Christian Rivers...

Spider-man: Into The Spider-Verse Review

All we needed was another Spider-Man movie... or so we thought. After losing count on how many time’s Peter Parker stories can be told for the modern audience, The Lego Movie’s Phil Lord and Chris Miller have injected a delightful originality to the animated story of Miles Morales’s incarnation of Spidey that could have spouted the same old origin...

Sorry To Bother You Review

Just five months after the US release of Boot’s Riley’s brash anti-capitalist Sorry To Bother You it has finally arrived in the UK. Due to the weariness from overseas distributors this film has been a long time coming, whatever the reason you wish to believe, once seen, it’s not hard to understand why this completely surreal, marmite movie took...

White Boy Rick Review

’71 Filmmaker, Yann Demange returns with only his second feature with what, on paper, could only be seen as make believe but the reality, this 80’s set crime drama of a teenager used and subsequently let down by the FBI is taken right out of real life. Demange has created two sides to this coin not just with the...

Yann Demange talks the real life story behind White Boy Rick

Yann Demange, the man at the helm of Matthew McConaughey's latest, 'White Boy Rick' hit the ground running back in 2014 with the gritty gut puncher '71. Classed as a talent to watch, his name was strongly linked as a favourite to take over the reins on Bond 25 before Cary Fukunaga took the spot from Danny Boyle. Related: White Boy...

Kristen Bell talks on Teen Titans GO! To The Movies

With Teen Titans GO! to the Movies now available for home entertainment viewing, we spent some time with Kristen Bell - who voices Jade - to talk about being a part of one of the funniest films of the year. The film finds our egocentric, wildly satirical Super Heroes in their first feature film extravaganza—a fresh, gleefully clever, kid-appropriately crass...

Watch the Aquaman – World Premiere live stream today (26th Nov) 6.30pm

aquaman premiere live stream

Warner Bros. UK celebrates the upcoming release of AQUAMAN with the film's world premiere in London's Leicester Square. You can watch the live stream of the red carpet will run from approximately 6.30pm today (Monday 26th November) right here on Flavourmag. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SbJZY1jtLBY Director James Wan brings an action-packed adventure that spans the vast, visually breathtaking underwater world of the seven seas, “Aquaman,” starring Jason Momoa in the title role. The film...

Ralph Breaks The Internet Review

Five years after Ralph wrecked all animations in its path, Disney has returned the muscular meathead head and his best friend Vanellope for an overstuffed exploration inside the internet with smile-inducing humour and heart with a dash of social relevance. John C. Reilly returns as the voice of bad-guy turned good, Ralph, along with Sarah Silverman’s Vanellope. Where Ralph is...

Creed II Review

With Ryan Coogler missing from returning to directing duties as he took time to travel to Black Panther’s Wakanda. The follow up to 2015’s re-emergence into the world of Rocky and Apollo Creed’s son, Adonis, took on a new director in Steven Caple Jr for a valiant bout of brute, heart and family ties that doesn’t quite get in...

The Christmas Chronicles Review

Christmas is well and truly on its way.... if you weren’t aware, Netflix will certainly remind you with the slurry of festive fare. Whilst, most are slushy mush that doesn’t even have the energy to entertain your lazy Sunday afternoons, its latest unwittingly Sexy Santa Kurt Russell is about to shake up your dull ol’ sprouts. The story centres on...

New trailer: Fighting with my Family in cinemas 1st March 2019

Based on a true story, FIGHTING WITH MY FAMILY follows reformed gangster Ricky, wife Julia, daughter Paige and son Zak as they make a living wrestling together in tiny venues. When Paige and Zak get the opportunity to try out for WWE, the family grabs a once-in-a-lifetime chance to turn their wildest dreams into a dazzling future. However, brother and...

The Girl in the Spider’s Web Review

Claire Foy has swapped her Crown as Netflix’s Queen Elizabeth II to become one of the many faces of Stieg Larsson’s Lisbeth Salander. She’s a rampaging femme fatale whose latest mission becomes a whole lot more personal when she is forced to face her bleak and painful childhood in this stripped back, revenge fest. After seven years without Salander, the...

Fantastic Beasts: The Crime of Grindelwald Review

J.K. Rowling returns to her ‘magical’ world of Fantastic Beasts and Wizards with David Yates at the helm for the second film in the five-part franchise flamed in a vortex of scene building and explanation but not much action. We have to call for a deduction of house points for this wizarding episode. Trying to wade through the muddy swamp...

WATCH: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald UK Premiere Live Stream

fantastic beasts live stream

J.K Rawling's wizarding world is making a return to the silver screen this week with the follow-up Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. Join us LIVE at the #FantasticBeasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald UK Premiere in London's Leicester Square! The premiere will be attended by the cast and filmmakers, with the live stream starting from 6:30pm.  [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JF12qS6v0rc] UK PREMIERE IN LEICESTER...

Dead in a Week (Or Your Money Back) Review

Suicide isn’t usually a laughing matter but for his feature film directorial debut, writer and director Tom Edmunds delves into the subject with a respectful nod and light-hearted dark humour full of quintessentially British problems. William (Aneurin Barnard) is a struggling writer, essentially cut off from the world, lonely and failing to see the purpose of his life. Having made...

The Grinch Review

It’s an age-old story that just keeps coming back to the silver screen. From the makers behind Despicable Me and The Minions, Illumination brings to life the green misery guts for a third screen outing. The first came in 1966 as a TV special but in 2000 Jim Carrey stole Christmas as the lonely miser. This year’s Christmas treat...

The Movies That Made Steve McQueen

You may have seen the glowing reviews for Steve McQueen’s latest offering Widows floating around. With promises of action, extreme suspense and powerful messages throughout – let’s just say you’re in for a treat. We’re taking a look at the man of the moment and how he has shaped the entertainment world with his previous offerings. Hunger https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mw7WJLZmVF4 McQueen’s first feature film Hunger...

Wildlife Review

Packing up his acting shoes to make his directorial debut, Okja’s Paul Dano partner’s up with his real life other half, Zoe Kazan for the tragic 1950’s family drama Wildlife. Co-writing the screenplay with Kazan (an adaptation of Richard Ford’s novel) for a delicate and complex insight, focusing on the breakdown of the family unit through the eyes of...

Widows Review

Acclaimed director, Steve McQueen may have had a five-year hiatus from the silver screen but his stylised eye for a gripping drama has in no way waned. Bringing together a crackling cast for his Lynda La Plante remake of Widow’s and setting it in a modern-day America makes for an explosive heist that will knock you flat on your...

Overlord Review

For a while, this JJ Abrams produced, Julius Avery directed, ‘zombie’ WWII gorefest was thought to be part of the Cloverfield universe, thankfully records were put straight and that particular universe should be pleased for it. There is little to rejoice over here, cheap, tacky and historically incorrect (poetic licence being its core excuse) but it comes with a...

Netflix Series with Best Romantic Plots

Netflix Series with Best Romantic Plots

The genre of the romantic comedy is going through a crisis: for quite some time, we haven’t seen a decent film we could laugh at and cry at the same time and would like to reassess after ten, twenty, or more years. Netflix began saving the situation, releasing soundly and a bit dramatic films in this genre one after another....

Bohemian Rhapsody Review

Marred by creative differences and challenges, Bryan Singer’s Bohemian Rhapsody has taken a few knocks to its iconic status. More a respectful nod to the Queen frontman, Freddie Mercury, than a band biopic, the anthem epic soaring renditions and the frivolous birth of iconic songs play out like a playful puppy than hard-hitting, in-depth drama. This one is unashamedly...

The Hate U Give Review

It’s a subject all too common in our world headlines, young black men and women being slain down by maverick cops with a trigger happy finger. Filmmaker and Notorious director, George Tillman Jr. adapts Angie Thomas’s 2017 bestselling YA novel, The Hate U Give, with a knockout gut punch that resonates with poignant tenacity, a sobering reality and a blistering performance from Amandla Stenberg. Stenberg takes on the role of the conflicted Starr. Living in a predominately black community; drug dealers are scattered on each corner with the youth thinking they have no other choice...

An Evening with Beverly Luff Lynn Review

Bizarre is quite an understatement for filmmaker Jim Hosking’s An Evening with Beverly Luff Lynn. The Greasy Strangler director has made insane his comfort zone, giving frat boy humour an edge of credibility with his latest which quite frankly takes bizarre originality and bewilderment to new levels. The story focuses on Lulu (Aubrey Plaza), a coffee shop worker, married to...

Exclusive Vs movie Battle Rap Clip with Connor Swindells & Joivan Wade

vs movie

To celebrate the release of the gritty yet delicate and nuanced drama Vs. in cinema's from October 19th, we have an exclusive clip from the film. The film follows troubled foster-teen Adam (Conor Swindells) after he is relocated back to his birthplace in Southend. Adam is aggressive and out of control. However, when he meets charismatic promoter Makayla Lewis (Fola Evans-Akingbola),...

Anna And The Apocalypse brand new UK trailer unleashed

Anna and the Apocalypse

A zombie apocalypse threatens the sleepy town of Little Haven – at Christmas – forcing Anna and her high school friends to fight, sing and slash their way to survival with a fast-spreading undead horde in relentless pursuit. Teaming up with her best friend John, Anna and her crew fight their way through zombified snowmen, a ravenous bachelor party and...

Smallfoot Review

There is a lesson to be learnt in Warner Animation’s newest cutesy animal caper, well not just one, but at least two that the youngest of audiences can take away with them. On the one hand, it delivers the message of diversity in communities, one in which we need to accept those who are different to us despite what...

First Man Review

Filmmaker, Damien Chazelle’s last three films have been nothing short of glorious. The man behind the frenzied drumming sensation of Whiplash, and most recently the dancing delight of La La Land, teams up again with his leading man Ryan Gosling. Together they deliver a visually stunning, stoic and sobering biopic on Neil Armstrong. This isn’t all spacewalks and moon...

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