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If you're looking for a new comedy to binge on then Life In Pieces is just what you need. Families, in-laws, siblings and relationships are all in the mix in this sharp and very funny comedy. Think Mo...[Read More]

Based on the books of the same name, the Aurora Teagarden Mysteries are a series of mild crime movies on Amazon that follow amateur detective Roe as she solves local crimes. Non-threatening crime myst...[Read More]

What happens when the bright lights of a comedy sitcom dim and reality sets in for a beleaguered wife of an idiot man-child husband? That's Kevin Can F Himself, a brilliant concept in drama starring A...[Read More]

Fun for all the family, A Shaun The Sheep Movie: Farmageddon is another glorious Aardman Studios production but this time the aliens have landed so how will they all react at Mossy Bottom farm?

During World War II, opposing pilots come face to face after downing each other's aircraft over the bleak Norwegian landscape. In order to survive, they must put aside their differences.

Time-loop and Action collide in Boss Level when retired soldier, Roy Pulver, spends all day every day avoiding getting murdered. Until he can't and the day resets again. But how has it happened and ho...[Read More]

Iceman is no boring anthropological tale. It's an engaging 'Chase Movie' with an element of 'Classic Westerns'. Watch it if you're looking for something different!

The chances are that if you walk into a doughnut shop in California, it's owned by a Cambodian family. This is chiefly down to one man, Ted Ngoy, a refugee who started with a single donut store and bu...[Read More]

A small detachment of U.S. soldiers battles hundreds of Taliban fighters to prevent their isolated camp from being overrun. 'The Outpost' is a true story that depicts the events leading up to the Batt...[Read More]

Director Chris McKay, better known for his work on the LEGO Batman movie franchise, brings us his latest film, "The Tomorrow War." The action-packed summer blockbuster features lots of guns, killer al...[Read More]

For a look at Japan, which is devoid of most tropes we usually see on travel programmes, check out James May: Our Man In Japan as he travels from the top to the bottom of the islands on his journey.

Two friends, who were obsessed with a series of fantasy books as kids, realise that magic does exist when one is recruited to a secret academy. However, The Magicians they read about as kids are far m...[Read More]