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    8-Bit Christmas Movie Review

    by Cas Harlow
    8-Bit Christmas Movie Review
    Cleverly pitched as 'from the Studio that brought you Elf', 8-Bit Christmas is a fun new festive flick to kick-start the holiday season with.  
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    AVForums Movies Podcast: 1st December 2021

    by Phil Hinton
    AVForums Movies Podcast: 1st December 2021
    This week we discuss cinema in a post-pandemic landscape and the new regime of expediting theatrical releases to streaming services. We also talk about the future of cinema, as well as some of the hidden gems which bypassed it altogether and landed direct on streaming. All this plus our top Blu-ray sets of the year AND a podcast exclusive competition.  
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    What's new on UK streaming services for December 2021

    by Andy Bassett
    What's new on UK streaming services for December 2021
    UPDATED 30-Nov-2021: Disney has a couple of Yuletide showstoppers, Amazon Prime’s output follows a suspiciously familiar pattern to last year while Apple prunes its end of year output.  
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    The Beatles: Get Back (Disney+) TV Show Review

    by Mark Costello
    The Beatles: Get Back (Disney+) TV Show Review
    An almost overwhelmingly intimate look into one of popular music’s most iconic and infamous episodes, the break-up of The Beatles. Peter Jackson sifts through hundreds of hours of footage to present this superbly detailed and intricate look into three weeks that shook the world of popular music...  
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    Encanto Movie Review

    by Cas Harlow
    Encanto Movie Review
    Lin-Manuel Miranda continues his seemingly unstoppable reign with a fresh new Disney feature that hits all the right notes.  
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    Rocky IV: Rocky vs Drago - The Ultimate Director's Cut Movie Review

    by Cas Harlow
    Rocky IV: Rocky vs Drago - The Ultimate Director's Cut Movie Review
    With Stallone wisely jettisoning and reframing much of the glamour and pomp from his 80s cheesefest, Rocky IV is fashioned into a considerably more weighty Rumble in the Jungle.  
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    Bruised (Netflix) Movie Review

    by Cas Harlow
    Bruised (Netflix) Movie Review
    Getting raw and digging deep for her directorial debut, Halle Berry reshapes herself for a punishing bout of Rocky/Warrior-channelling MMA torture with character pleasantly kept at the forefront.  
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    Spencer Movie Review

    by Cas Harlow
    Spencer Movie Review
    Kristen Stewart is outstanding in Pablo Larraín's second First Lady biopic after Jackie, here taking a richly fish-eyed look at isolation and mental illness in the land of the blindly privileged, and paying fitting tribute to a lost soul.  
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    What's new on Blu-ray Special - The Cinema of Zhang Yimou & Gong Li

    by Mark Costello
    What's new on Blu-ray Special - The Cinema of Zhang Yimou & Gong Li
    We explore one of cinema’s greatest artist/muse relationships between two of China’s most well-known faces thanks to Australian label Imprint and its new Collaborations boxset.  
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    Riders of Justice (Sky/NOW) Movie Review

    by Tom Davies
    Riders of Justice (Sky/NOW) Movie Review
    In Anders Thomas Jensen’s black comedy, Mads Mikkelsen takes on a biker gang in a movie about accidents, coincidences, computer hacking, large Danish barns and, perhaps most surprisingly, the psychological toll caused by a quest for revenge.  
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    Hawkeye (Disney+) Season 1 Premiere TV Show Review

    by Cas Harlow
    Hawkeye (Disney+) Season 1 Premiere TV Show Review
    Enjoying a perfectly-timed Christmas vibe, solid origin storytelling, charming wit and fun street-level action, Hailee Steinfeld's Hawkeye gets off to a promising start.  
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    What's new on Sky and NOW UK for December 2021

    by Andy Bassett
    What's new on Sky and NOW UK for December 2021
    UPDATED 01-Dec-2021: Sky has pulled a reindeer out of Santa’s hat for its Yuletide slate with some of the years’ biggest tentpole movies and just about everyone of its home grown panel shows spinning out a Christmas special.  
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    Reminiscence 4K Blu-ray Review

    by Cas Harlow
    Reminiscence 4K Blu-ray Review
    Lisa Joy's Box Office Bomb of a directorial debut may well be a flawed effort, but it gets points for commitment to the rarely financially successful tech noir genre, and it looks and sounds fabulous in native 4K DV with Atmos.  
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    What's new on Netflix UK for December 2021

    by Andy Bassett
    What's new on Netflix UK for December 2021
    UPDATED 30-Nov-2021: With the final and most festive of months approaching, what delights has Netflix popped under the Christmas tree for subscribers? Let’s take a look...  
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    Cowboy Bebop (Netflix) Season 1 TV Show Review

    by Tom Davies
    Cowboy Bebop (Netflix) Season 1 TV Show Review
    The genre defining “bounty hunter in space” story, Cowboy Bebop, returns to television screens after more than twenty years. Bringing live action and faithful production design but leaving behind the Real Folk Blues and, sadly, any heart.  
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    King Richard Movie Review

    by Cas Harlow
    King Richard Movie Review
    Will Smith shoots for another Oscar nomination with this earnest acting vehicle; a charming Straight Outta Compton underdog story about the trials and tribulations of the legendary Williams sisters and their relentlessly determined dad.  
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    The Wheel of Time (Amazon) Season 1 Premiere TV Show Review

    by Tom Davies
    The Wheel of Time (Amazon) Season 1 Premiere TV Show Review
    With Amazon still searching for its Game of Thrones, the adaptation of Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson’s best-selling series of novels manages to mostly set aside teen angst to craft an uneven but pacey high fantasy adventure.  
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    Ghostbusters: Afterlife Movie Review

    by Mark Costello
    Ghostbusters: Afterlife Movie Review
    A supremely charming and hugely fun sequel that strikes the near perfect balance of nostalgia and modern-day sequel that has its heart firmly in the right place and is truly worthy of the Ghostbusters' name.  
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