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Uncle Frank Review

Uncle Frank

A drama full of mental turmoil, whilst having a bucket load of charm, threatened to drown in a subject just tad water-downed for mainstream audiences. Paul Bettany gets to flex his non-marvel acting chops in a coming-out drama during a time where anything other than heterosexuality in certain US states was more than frowned upon.Told via the narrative of Sophia...

A Christmas Gift From Bob Review

A Christmas Gift From Bob

Four years on since that furry little bundle of joy, Bob, stole the nation’s hearts in A Street Cat Named Bob, he returns for this follow-up tear-jerker to fill all our hearts with a little festive spirit and to remind us all of the power of human kindness. In the film’s predecessor, based on the real-life story of James Bowen’s...

Interview: Cassius Corrigan on making psychologocial drama ‘HURACÁN’

Cassius Corrigan Huracan

Who thought mental illness and MMA would gel so perfectly together in a movie? Well, writer/director/producer and leading man of the psychological drama 'HURACÁN' Cassius Corrigan certainly knew it would.We had the absolute pleasure of sitting down with Cassius to talk about making the film, why shedding a light on mental illness and multiply personality disorder was important and...

One Night in Miami Review – London Film Festival 2020

One Night in Miami

Regina King makes her directorial debut with the latest in great black cinema, an adaptation of Kemp Powers' 2013 play marking a pivotal night in 1964. Lead by an eloquently laden dialogue-heavy storyline, its mere presence of its four leading men is nothing but mesmerizingly captivating.Set mainly in a hotel room after Cassius Clay aka Muhammad Ali (Eli Goree)...

Supernova Review – London Film Festival 2020

Supernova

British director, Harry MacQueen has melancholy on point, first with Hinterland, now with a beautiful and tender love story in which dementia dictates the rules and unearths truly flawless performances from both its leading men.The film follows Sam (Colin Firth) and Tusker (Stanley Tucci) as they take a road trip in their cosy little campervan over the visually stunning...

Mangrove Review – London Film Festival 2020

Mangrove Steve McQueen

Steve McQueen kicks of his Small Axe Anthology with a whirlwind force of nature, a poignant, eloquent and electrically charged hotbed of British stark reality of racial tension.  As the hotbed of racial tensions bubble over in the US and UK, filmmaker Steve McQueen’s first feature in the Small Axe anthology – which consists of five films – couldn’t feel...

The Forty-Year-Old Version Review

THE FORTY-YEAR-OLD VERSION

When life gives Radha Blank lemons, she makes lemonade and sticks two fingers up those who use age to stop you doing what makes you happy.  Middle-age sometimes sneaks up and smacks you right between the eyes without you even realising and makes you question, what exactly have I done with my life? That’s the exact inspiration behind Radha Blank’s...

Free Guy trailer starring Ryan Reynolds + UK cinema release date

Free Guy Trailer Ryan Reynolds

Ryan Reynolds is back on the back screens in Free Guy (brand new trailer below) which was originally set to hit cinemas on 1st July 2020. We can now reveal that the Free Guy UK cinema release date is confirmed as 11th December 2020. As long as COVID19 doesn't throw another spanner in the works, this movie could bring out the...

Watch the TWIST trailer starring Rita Ora, Lena Headey, Noel Clarke & Micheal Caine

TWIST film poster

Coming to Sky Cinema early 2021, TWIST is a Dickens’ classic brought thrillingly up to date in the teeming heartland of modern London, where a group of street smart young hustlers plan the heist of the century for the ultimate payday.Featuring an all-star British cast including two-time Academy Award winner Sir Michael Caine (The Dark Knight) as Fagin, Noel Clarke...

FREAKY watch the trailer now – It’s a comedy horror body-swap movie

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We've seen 'Freaky Friday' when Lindsay Lohan body-swaps with her mum Jamie-Lee Curtis. We've seen 'The Change-Up' when Ryan Reynolds body-swaps with Jason Bateman and we've also seen 'Little' when Regina Hall body-swaps with Marsai Martin and let's not the forget the all the body-swaps in the Jumanji films too. But what happens when you body-swap with a serial killer? ...

James Bond – Have you seen the brand new NO TIME TO DIE trailer yet?

James Bond NO TIME TO DIEvideo

In No Time To Die, Bond has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica. His peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for help. The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with...

Les Miserables Review

Les miserables

Ladj Ly's feature directorial debut clings to the provocative nature of La Haine with empathy and ferocity. It may have the same title as Victor Hugo’s infamous story, but this French drama, apart from being set in the same area of Paris as a section of his novel, is in no way yet another adaptation. Doused in timely themes of...

Tenet Review

Tenet

Christopher Nolan's mind-bending melting pot of confusion is a visually epic phenomenon, but its vagueness and headache-inducing storyline leave a sour taste. It’s the film that both Warner Bros and cinemas across the globe have pinned their hopes on to breathe life back into the pandemic hit planet earth. With Christopher Nolan’s insistence this needs to be seen on the...

How To Build A Girl Review

How to Build A Girl

Caitlin Moran’s witty wordsmith wonder unleashes a whirlwind of ambitious thunder in Beanie Feldstein with a joyful trip to the 90s' sticking one finger up at sexist journalistic practices. Another of Caitlin Moran’s wordsmith wonders finds itself adapted in the name of Entertainment, at times semi-autobiographical, Beanie Feldstein’s Johanna takes a step into the 90s’ to unshackle the chains of...

Game of Thrones Complete Box Set released on 2nd November 2020

Game of Thrones fan can rejoice with the release of the Game of Thrones Complete Box Set on 2nd November 2020. And for those of you that have missed all the thrills and spills of Game of Thrones, you too can be part of the hip crowd by binging this box over the Christmas period.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJFLi8BPe9Y&list=PLdyYtz46NolbHLeLUpNBFKJa56AcpVU9hWinter's ComingGames of Thrones is the...

Channel 4’s 2-Part Documentary ‘The School That Tried To End Racism’ Tackles the Issue at the Root

The School That Tried to End Racism

During our current climate, it's difficult not to engage in the conversation of global racism. From the USA where it rears its ugly head in a bold and unashamedly fashion, to the UK where it bubbles under the surface of the faces of those in denial where it exists due mostly to unconscious bias. With the majority of the...

All About The New Entry In “The Matrix” Universe

The Matrix

It's hard to believe that it is now over 20 years since the first Matrix movie was released. But it looks like we are going to get another chance to head back into this dystopian future as there is another Matrix movie in the pipeline. This is excellent news as the two previous Matrix sequels - The Matrix Reloaded and...

Edith Bowman, Keith Lemon and more join Lionsgate Live! A Night At The Movies for 4 nights of free movies

Beginning on Saturday 2nd May and continuing every Saturday for four consecutive weeks, Lionsgate UK will Livestream four of its most popular theatrical releases free to audiences for a number of COVID-19 charities.Each film shown as part of Lionsgate Live! A Night at the Movies will be presented by a unique celebrity host, including Edith Bowman, Keith Lemon, Jack...

Behind The Scenes With 3 Iconic Movie and TV Puppets

Baby Yoda

With the rise of CGI, you could be forgiven for thinking that the art of puppetry was on its way out of the film industry. But to this day, puppets of all kinds remain more popular with filmmakers than you think.If you’ve ever been curious to know how famous on-screen puppets became the characters you know and love today, then...

We Summon the Darkness Review

Despite the title, there is nothing supernatural about this fluffy horror, just a bit of a murder spree of predictable boredom. You don’t have to look far for one of the most deceiving titles to hit feature films. You might expect a harrowing story of devil worshippers performing ritualistic routines to conjure up demon spawn for their own pleasure. What transpires...

How To Achieve Your Lockdown Zen with Blake Lively and Jude Law in ‘The Rhythm Section’

In these unprecedented times, whether you are couped up amongst screaming, bored kids or by yourself, your mental health and the ability to keep any form of stress at bay is key.So why not delve into a movie to give you a few tips on how to achieve that all-important inner zen. One movie, in particular, The Rhythm Section...

Hollywood launches on Netflix 1st May – See the first images

Hollywood Netflix first look images

HOLLYWOOD is a new limited series by Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan launching on Netflix 1st May 2020 and follows a group of aspiring actors and filmmakers in post-World War II HOLLYWOOD as they try to make it in Tinseltown — no matter the cost. Each character offers a unique glimpse behind the gilded curtain of Hollywood's Golden Age, spotlighting...

Vin Diesel’s Top Films

BLOODSHOT (Vin Diesel) in Columbia Pictures' BLOODSHOT.

To celebrate the release of Vin Diesel’s latest film, Bloodshot, which is out in UK cinemas now, we’re taking a look at Diesel’s career and some of his top films. He has performed as many different characters since starting out in 1990 but he is perhaps best known for his role as Dominic Toretto in the incredibly successful and much...

The Hunt Review

Despite its controversy and its Bone Tomahawk style violence, it has nothing to say, but it says it way too loudly. Initially set for release last year, all marketing and the film’s release were pulled due to the controversy that arose from the trailers use of gun’s and the term “deplorables” coinciding with the mass shooting’s in America. Subsequent criticism...

My Spy Review

Dave Bautista gets outsmarted by a child in an action-comedy that doesn't reinvent the wheel but delivers some cracking gags that will leave you smiling. There comes a time in most burly actor’s life where they will find themselves paired up with a young child actor that inevitable runs rings around them. Guardians of the Galaxy’s Dave Bautista’s time have...

Trailer: The King’s Man in cinemas 18th September 2020

the kings man 2020 trailer

The King’s Man, the highly anticipated prequel to Matthew Vaughn’s hit Kingsman franchise, will be released in cinemas across the UK and Ireland on 18th September 2020. Following the huge success of Kingsman: The Secret Service and Kingsman: The Golden Circle, new cast members Ralph Fiennes, Gemma Arterton, Rhys Ifans, Matthew Goode, Tom Hollander, Harris Dickinson and Daniel Brühl, Djimon...

Trailer: MISBEHAVIOUR – The Real Women Who Changed Miss World

MISBEHAVIOUR - The Real Women Who Changed Miss World

Learn more about the real-life events of the 1970 Miss World Competition, and the Miss World contestants that helped inspire the story behind MISBEHAVIOUR. Jennifer Hosten and Pearl Janssen discuss their incredible real-life journeys and what the film represents for them. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gowSU6t41o&feature=youtu.beStarring Keira Knightley, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Jessie Buckley. Greg Kinnear, Lesley Manville, Keeley Hawes, Rhys Ifans and Phyllis Logan in...

Onward Review

Tom Holland and Chris Pratt make for a killer combo in Pixar's latest tear-jerking animation that will have you ugly crying. Pixar’s fascination with death has certainly been a winner for the animation studio after its success of Coco and Inside Out. If it isn’t broken don’t fix it seems to be the order of the day as Tom Holland...

The Invisible Man Review

Leigh Whannell kicks off the re-envisioned Monster Universe with a hyper-intense modern-twist on a classic story. These days it’s not hard to trip over a reimagining, remake or whatever you want to call it at your local cinema.  Universal Pictures are taking advantage of their catalogue of classic monster movies and sprucing them up for modern-day audiences, the latest to...

The Call of the Wild Review

Harrison Ford stars in The Call of the Wild, a shaggy dog tale that will melt your heart with a CGI dog that finds his home in the snowy mountains of Canada.  An adaptation of Jack London’s book of the same name, the fifth in a long line of remakes dating back to 1923, sees Harrison Ford lose his tough...