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'The Jungle Book' brings Disney's Silver Age to an end - listen in our lastest episode of 'Ink & Paint' now!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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One Night in Miami - A dynamic look at a meeting of four icons
ONE NIGHT IN MIAMI
A dynamic look at a meeting of four icons
It's a rare pleasure to watch a film like Regina King's 'One Night in Miami' that is willing to leave big questions about four larger-than-life men up in the air instead of trying to answer them.
Ma Rainey's Black Bottom - A powerfully acted tale stumbles from stage to screen
MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM
A powerfully acted tale stumbles from stage to screen
It isn't so much a movie as it is a play with a few more options; a showcase for actors rather than a cinematic experience. But the play it adapts is very good, with messages that are still relevant.
Come True - Impressively eerie and visually striking
COME TRUE
Impressively eerie and visually striking
The film warns us that the human brain is the ultimate horror movie director. It's one thing to be tormented. It's another thing to face the grim reality that you're tormenting yourself.
Psycho Goreman - A classic
PSYCHO GOREMAN
A classic "girl meets dark lord of an alternate universe" story
It absolutely has its flaws - but it's also an instant cult movie, and a must-see for the sheer fun of it.
Pieces of a Woman - The ripple effect of grief
PIECES OF A WOMAN
The ripple effect of grief
It's a tremendously sad movie, but it also avoids being a miserablist wallow. You really have to watch it to admire the raw artistry on display.
Malcolm & Marie - Bow down once more to Queen Zendaya
MALCOLM & MARIE
Bow down once more to Queen Zendaya
It's a beautiful film that's a showcase of talent in front of and behind the camera. Find the biggest screen in your house and be in awe of all the beauty 'Malcolm & Marie' has to offer.
Greenland - A Gerard Butler flick that isn't a disaster
GREENLAND
A Gerard Butler flick that isn't a disaster
Briskly paced and littered with jagged, realistic edges though it is, this disaster flick ultimately imagines a very sentimental planetary extinction.
Wolfwalkers - A gorgeously animated Irish fable
WOLFWALKERS
A gorgeously animated Irish fable
With its multi-layered metaphysical storytelling and rich animation, this is the kind of animated film that culturally literate adults can watch without needing a pint-sized companion as pretext.
Batman: Soul of the Dragon - Pushing the boundaries of Batman fatigue
BATMAN: SOUL OF THE DRAGON
Pushing the boundaries of Batman fatigue
This was a chance to reinvent an old and potentially interesting DC Comics hero, but Warner Bros. seems adverse to taking chances on movies with other characters in them besides Batman.
Music - Sia's feature debut falls flat
MUSIC
Sia's feature debut falls flat
Sia clearly has an artist's eye but not a storyteller's pen. Full of uninspired tropes and grossly predictable, it offers nothing new to cinema-goers, and even less for Sia and Maddie Ziegler fans.
High School Musical - The start of something new, even 15 years on
HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL
The start of something new, even 15 years on
In 2006, an unassuming TV movie called 'High School Musical' became a cultural phenomenon. 15 years on, Chris reveals why he owes his life to it.
Soul - Pixar's finest work in years
SOUL
Pixar's finest work in years
It implores you to find beauty and gratitude in your circumstances. There is no doubt that is by far the best film Pixar has released in years - possibly even this decade.
Christmas Movies - 'Tis the season with SWITCH's festive flick picks
CHRISTMAS MOVIES
'Tis the season with SWITCH's festive flick picks
Stuck on what to watch this holiday season? We at SWITCH have broken down the best Christmas films to bring that much-need holiday joy.
Kill It and Leave This Town - A surreal trudge through working-class Poland
KILL IT AND LEAVE THIS TOWN
A surreal trudge through working-class Poland
Many films tackle mortality, longing, and death, but so few have tackled those themes as wholeheartedly (and blended them so surreally) as Mariusz Wilczyński.
30 Years Since Kindergarten Cop - Arnie and the genre-bending actors who shocked us all
30 YEARS SINCE KINDERGARTEN COP
Arnie and the genre-bending actors who shocked us all
In honour of one of the greatest wing-spreaders on and off the screen, Jess has compiled a list of some of the best career shakers going around.
TOP BLU-RAYS
1
AQUAMAN
2
INSTANT FAMILY
3
THE MULE
4
STORM BOY
5
BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY
6
GLASS
7
HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON: THE HIDDEN WORLD
8
MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS
9
A STAR IS BORN
10
MARY POPPINS RETURNS
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