Blu-ray Review – Screwball classic ‘My Man Godfrey’ moves like a comedy whirlwind

Depression-era comedy My Man Godfrey is a powerful class satire that embraces all of the farcical quickstep of the screwball sub-genre.

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Blu-ray Review – ‘Witness for the Prosecution’ marries Wilder and Christie for courtroom thrills

Billy Wilder adapts Agatha Christie in the classic courtroom drama Witness for the Prosecution, creating a dream team for the ages.

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Review – ‘Luis and the Aliens’ is a colourful animation for undemanding kids only

This Euro animation is mostly lost in translation, but has a few nice visual gags and has just enough silliness to keep the kids excited.

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Review – ‘Hotel Transylvania 3’ takes the characters on holiday and leaves the jokes behind

The monster hotelier Dracula is lonely and he’s looking for love on a cruise holiday in this bland animated sequel.

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Blu-ray Review – Courtroom drama ‘Inherit the Wind’ features a heavyweight acting clash

The right to teach evolution is on trial in this compelling courtroom drama based on the true ‘Monkey Trial’ of the 1920s.

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Review – Nobody wanted ‘Sherlock Gnomes’, but the sense of fun is a nice surprise

It’s a sequel to an animated movie that nobody really remembers, but that doesn’t prevent Sherlock Gnomes from being a lovely time at the cinema.

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Review – Studio Ponoc makes its presence felt with ‘Mary and the Witch’s Flower’

Ponoc is looking to set itself up as the successor to Ghibli with this beautiful England-set anime, focusing on a school for magic.

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Review – ‘Tad the Lost Explorer and the Secret of King Midas’ is the sequel you won’t see to a film you haven’t seen

This is a weird Spanish animation that seems to exist only to pass a few hours during the half-term break.

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Review – My Little Pony: The Movie

There’s friendship, colour, songs and other hyperactive nonsense in animated adventure My Little Pony: The Movie.

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