Movies

Palmer Review – A Touching Tale of new family, Identity and Redemption

Two Souls, one seeking purpose, the other acceptance, find their place together in 'Palmer', an Apple Original movie, coming January 29th, 2021 He is quickly reunited with old friends and family but also realises the world didn't stop just because he was absent. While many things are familiar, there is also much which has changed, and he sets out trying to understand where he fits in He finds a place with his grandmother and attempts to find employment but faces the issues most ex-convicts face when trying to find post release employment. Small towns also have long memories so there…
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Oscars Predictions 2021: Which Stars Will Be Shining This Awards Season?

This year the Oscars have been pushed back to April and many films have had small releases in the USA or on the festival circuit whilst still remaining unseen in the rest of the world, meaning the next few months are set to be jam packed with awards-worthy films! Here are our early predictions of who and what to watch out for on those nomination lists! Due to the pandemic, streaming only releases will be eligible for the first time giving Netflix and Amazon a real shot at some statues. Mank - David Fincher writes and directs a movie about…
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Outside the Wire Review – Does this Netflix action flick kick launch 2021 in style

Anthony Mackie and Damson Idris take us Outside the Wire in this Netflix Sci-fi action thriller <br><br> Still undecided? see the full trailer for Outside the Wire here Outside the Wire was one of Mysteree's most Wanted for January -find out why here
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9 Original Movies Vs their Sequels – which dominate your film list?

Original Films Vs their Sequels When it comes to great movies, are you a person who prefers films to be left as standalone Original classics or do you find yourself pinning for a sequel as soon as the credits role? Some say lightning doesn’t strike twice. When you have a brilliant original idea, a follow up film will always struggle to recapture the same magic of the first film. But there are occasions when the sequel can blow the originals out of the water, at least in some people’s opinion! ROCKY is one of the greatest underdog stories of all…
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Promising Young Woman Review– A Deliciously Dark Vengeance story

Promising Young Woman - Carey Mulligan plots and schemes Vengeance from a Coffee shop Promising Young Woman is a timely drama from Director Emerald Fennell and wears it’s ‘me too’ influence proudly on its sleeve.  There is a section of society that may feel this is a ‘man bashing’ film but that couldn’t be further from the truth. It challenges the indoctrinated idea of victim blaming. If you went out and dressed provocatively and had such a good time, you drunk to the point of almost passing out. You would have left yourself vulnerable, but does that justify sexual assault?…
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Nomadland Trailer

https://videopress.com/v/cISqA1Ch?preloadContent=metadata 2-time Oscar winner Frances McDormand stars in Nomadland, a film about a woman packing up her life to explore the American West alone in a van as a modern-day nomad. Nomadland has already been a smash hit at film festivals around the world and looks likely to snatch its director, Chloe Zhao, a few awards ahead of her major studio debut with Marvel's Eternals later this year
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Bliss Trailer – Your real life might be better than you thought

Bliss brings together two fan favourites, Owen Wilson, and Salma Hayek in a mind-bending tale of alternate realities. When I think of Owen Wilson, I always think comedies, but Bliss is definitely not that. He plays Greg, a recently divorced man trying to hold his life together. Following a chance meeting with the enchanting Isabel, she sets out proving to him that the drab, depressing, polluted world they are living in is not real and actually a simulation. This feels like a 'reverse Matrix'-where she is trying to plug Neo back in!  Someone telling you that all the pain and…
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Netflix shoots for film domination in 2021 with an amazing movie line up

Netflix faced tough competition in 2020 from the established studios finally deciding to take streaming seriously. Warner seems intent on making a serious statement with its HBO Max service and Disney has recorded incredible subscription numbers in a less than a year. Despite all this, Netflix have decided to come out swinging in 2021 and their first major move is an announcement of their plan to release a new movie each week of the year. Not only that, but they have also released a list of almost all their film releases for the year, incase there was any doubt or…
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The Top 10 Films of 2020 List: The WTF Team Recommends

In a year in which many of our most anticipated releases have been pushed back to 2021 or beyond it's been a funny old time to try and write a top 10 films list, with a few complaints of there being ''slim pickings.'' Yet whilst 2020 has been a difficult year for film there have still been some real treasures released. From franchise revivals to silly popcorn flicks with underseen indie gems in between, here are the top films recommended by each of the WTF team... Mysteree's Top 10 Films 10. Bad Boys For Life: Long overdue but the duo didn’t miss…
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