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    Kind Hearts and Coronets 4K Blu-ray Review

    by Simon Crust
    Kind Hearts and Coronets 4K Blu-ray Review
    The second Ealing of the month comes along to delight a whole new audience: the unmatched Kind Hearts and Coronets now in native 4K  
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    The Lavender Hill Mob 4K Blu-ray Review

    by Simon Crust
    The Lavender Hill Mob 4K Blu-ray Review
    Much loved: The Lavender Hill Mob comes to UHD with an all new native 4K image and in a collector's edition that is sure to please.  
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    Civil War Movie Review

    by Tom Davies
    Civil War Movie Review
    Civil War absolutely isn't Alex Garland's most ambitious movie, but is it his most successful? A hard-nosed critique of war journalism, this is not the movie promised to you in the trailer...it's much better.  
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    Oppenheimer (IMAX) Movie Review

    by Cas Harlow
    Oppenheimer (IMAX) Movie Review
    Likely to win ALL the awards, even by Academy judges who can't be bothered to sit through it, certainly the only way to watch this level of spectacular sound and fury is on the biggest IMAX screen you can find... UPDATE now available on Sky/Now TV.  
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    Argylle (Apple TV+) Movie Review

    by Mark Costello
    Argylle (Apple TV+) Movie Review
    Matthew Vaughn returns with a typically decadent style explosion that doesn’t know what it wants to be other than absolutely everything for absolutely everybody… UPDATE - NOW AVAILABLE ON APPLE TV+  
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    Ripley (Netflix) TV Show Review

    by Cas Harlow
    Ripley (Netflix) TV Show Review
    Pushing past the initially jarring black and white stylisation, Ripley gradually evolves into a lavishly impressive Hitchcockian Hannibal retelling of The Talented Mr. Ripley, and a juicy leading role for Andrew Scott.  
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    The End We Start From Movie Review

    by Cas Harlow
    The End We Start From Movie Review
    Jodie Comer takes to The Road for some low-key indie apocalyptic drama that finds contemporary relevance and ground-level threat in a land beset by debilitating floods.  
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    Fallout (Amazon) Premiere TV Show Review

    by Mark Costello
    Fallout (Amazon) Premiere TV Show Review
    The Apocalypse has never looked or sounded quite so funny, so sprawling, so fascinating or so beautifully designed as in Amazon’s new videogame adaptation that shows its peers exactly how to bring an epic sci-fi game franchise to the small screen…  
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    Top 10 Blu-rays (UK) for April (2024)

    by Mark Costello
    Top 10 Blu-rays (UK) for April (2024)
    Arrow and Criterion remember their 1080p fans, meaning it’s not just one of the biggest monthly release schedules seen in a while but also one of the best, with some genuine gems of almost every genre hitting shelves in April. UPDATED WITH COMPETITIONS!  
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    Sugar (Apple TV+) Premiere TV Show Review

    by Cas Harlow
    Sugar (Apple TV+) Premiere TV Show Review
    Oozing pure classic noir, Colin Farrell's Apple PI job promises to be a fabulous modern throwback offering, with a rich vein in threat running beneath its super-stylish veneer.  
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    Kung Fu Panda 4 Movie Review

    by Cas Harlow
    Kung Fu Panda 4 Movie Review
    Sixteen years later, and Jack Black's Dragon Warrior is still going strong... ish, with another belated sequel securing Universal another lucrative half-billion-plus hit.  
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    Monkey Man Movie Review

    by Cas Harlow
    Monkey Man Movie Review
    Dev "Slumdog" Patel's directorial debut is John Wick infused with Indian culture, as well as progressive counterculture, with Patel on sinewy, unapologetically brutal form.  
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    Monsieur Spade (AMC) TV Show Review

    by Cas Harlow
    Monsieur Spade (AMC) TV Show Review
    Logan's Award-winning screenwriter Scott Frank continue's his strong TV run after Queen's Gambit with this 80-years-in-the-making return to Dashiell Hammett's immortal Maltese Falcon PI, Sam Spade, brought to life by a perfectly cast Clive Owen.  
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    Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire (IMAX) Movie Review

    by Cas Harlow
    Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire (IMAX) Movie Review
    Hilariously OTT, Barbenzilla and Bumblekong's latest nonsense is another deliciously silly, visually extravagant excuse for a monster mash-up and bash-up, and is rather surprisingly... fun.  
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    American Rust: Broken Justice (Amazon) TV Show Review

    by Cas Harlow
    American Rust: Broken Justice (Amazon) TV Show Review
    Shifting to Amazon and upping its game for its second season, American Rust chews up its corrupt cops conspiracy thread and delivers a stronger, more satisfying run for those still on board.  
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    The First Omen Movie Review

    by Mark Costello
    The First Omen Movie Review
    Managing to buck the trend of modern re/se/prequels to classic horror properties, by actually being worthy of its forebears, The First Omen may be very much style over substance…but what style…  
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    10 Lives (2024) (Sky) Movie Review

    by Cas Harlow
    10 Lives (2024) (Sky) Movie Review
    Christopher "Duck Duck Goose" Jenkins' sophomore animated feature is an utterly throwaway Sky job that means well, and will at least entertain the little ones, but can't hold a candle - in terms of story or visuals - to the similarly themed Puss in Boots: The Last Wish.  
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    True Lies 4K Blu-ray Review

    by Mark Costello
    True Lies 4K Blu-ray Review
    The other HD MIA Jim Cameron film finally makes its way to UK shores with possibly the most controversial 4K disc of recent times. However, what may be more controversial is that the intervening years simply haven’t been kind and the film itself is sadly nowhere near as much of a classic as we all remember it to be…  
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