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Daniel shares one of his favourite Disney films, ‘The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad’, on a new episode of Ink & Paint!x
SWITCHCast Episode 51: SWITCH's Academy Awards 2020 Special!
Charlie, Jess, Daniel and Ashley deep dive into everything Oscars-related, from our verdict on the nominees to our opinions on all the controversies. Plus we’ll share our predictions on who’ll be walking away with a statue this year - and we’re offering you the chance to go head-to-head with the SWITCH brains trust with your picks to win a massive prize!
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Dolly Parton: 50 Years at the Opry - Celebrating the Queen of country music
WIN DOLLY PARTON: 50 YEARS AT THE OPRY
Celebrating the Queen of country music
Win one of five copies of 'Dolly Parton: 50 Years at the Opry'.
Buffaloed - Financial horrors solved by sass, gamesmanship and Zoey Deutch
BUFFALOED
Financial horrors solved by sass, gamesmanship and Zoey Deutch
It reaches for lofty heights but never quite gets there. It's fun, slick and fast-paced, but most of its success is thanks to Deutch and the supporting cast.
Mulan - The Disney classic in 2020 - will it finally bring honour to us all?
MULAN
The Disney classic in 2020 - will it finally bring honour to us all?
Disney took a big risk with 'Mulan' - it's their only remake that takes risks and pulls them off, and that's something to celebrate. It's not afraid to be different, and uses that in its favour.
The Wretched - Uneven but satisfyingly disgusting
THE WRETCHED
Uneven but satisfyingly disgusting
The Pierce Brothers suck viewers in with pulpy wet sounds of flesh popping open or bones splintering. These scares aren't just competent - they're consummately disgusting and appreciably creepy, too.
Bring It On - 20th anniversary of the cheerleading classic - and in need of more!
BRING IT ON
20th anniversary of the cheerleading classic - and in need of more!
Roger Ebert himself called 'Bring It On' "the Citizen Kane of cheerleader movies". 20 years since it bounced onto the big screen, we look at some other ways to get your cheer fix.
Pretending I'm a Superman: The Tony Hawk Video Game Story - The game that inspired a generation
PRETENDING I'M A SUPERMAN: THE TONY HAWK VIDEO GAME STORY
The game that inspired a generation
An enjoyable and informative project that captures the joy of the sport in a way that anyone can appreciate - skater, gamer, both or none of the above.
A Rainy Day in New York - A waterlogged romantic comedy
A RAINY DAY IN NEW YORK
A waterlogged romantic comedy
A distant echo of Allen's early masterpieces, the film has no discernible point except to display some of Manhattan's swankiest apartments and most historic hotel bars.
Blood Vessel - Disappointingly anaemic
BLOOD VESSEL
Disappointingly anaemic
Despite some decent (if familiar) work from the makeup, prosthetics, and special effects teams, the lethargic pacing and lack of substantive innovation means the end result is disappointingly lifeless.
Where'd You Go, Bernadette - Cate Blanchett mystery isn't entirely what's on the label
WHERE'D YOU GO, BERNADETTE
Cate Blanchett mystery isn't entirely what's on the label
While it's missing Linklater's usual loosely-structured narrative and character study, it does its job of being enjoyable background noise that thanks to its cast and somewhat engaging story.
Endings, Beginnings - Star-studded sex drama lacks substance
ENDINGS, BEGINNINGS
Star-studded sex drama lacks substance
Despite committed work from Shailene Woodley, Jamie Dornan and Sebastian Stan and an interesting concept, it's an incredibly dull and forgettable romance.
Lockdown and Catch Up - The best Australian films streaming right now
LOCKDOWN AND CATCH UP
The best Australian films streaming right now
The SWITCH team has put together their favourite Aussie films streaming right now, so throw another shimp on the barbie and settle in with a homegrown flick!
Dogs Don't Wear Pants - Dangerous BDSM and mismanaged (would-be) great characters
DOGS DON'T WEAR PANTS
Dangerous BDSM and mismanaged (would-be) great characters
The premise offers promising characters, but we need to know so much more about them and their unconventional actions, and that's where the filmmakers failed to understand their own product.
Harriet - A flawed Harriet Tubman biopic with a phenomenal performance
HARRIET
A flawed Harriet Tubman biopic with a phenomenal performance
It stumbles in its clichéd storytelling and focus on going for gold - but that's not to undermine the fantastic acting, groundbreaking music, and the incredible true story of Harriet Tubman's bravery.
I Still Believe - Faith romantic drama misses every demographic
I STILL BELIEVE
Faith romantic drama misses every demographic
Another forgettable romantic and religious film. It has a tonne of issues from pacing to story, but it's just a boring film that is unappealing to all the demographics it tries to hit.
Light of My Life - An intense test of the father/daughter bond
LIGHT OF MY LIFE
An intense test of the father/daughter bond
Newcomer Anna Pniowsky matches Casey Affleck's typically delicate, mumbling performance perfectly and they share a genuine, easy rapport onscreen, anchoring a touching (if intense) relationship drama.
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