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Episode 28: The Shape Of Water, Maze Runner: The Death Cure, The Commuter, Swinging Safari, Mary And The Witch's Flower, The Final Year
Charlie, Jess, Brent and Jake discuss the week's films, discuss how actors without a disability are cast in roles that require them to portray one, and ask why 'Black Panther' has become Marvel's fastest-selling movie in history?
Reviews
The Shape Of Water
Maze Runner: The Death Cure
The Commuter
▸ Swinging Safari
Mary And The Witch's Flower
▸ The Final Year

Trailers
▸ Break In
▸ Flower
▸ The Female Brain

News
▸ With the release of ‘The Shape Of Water’, it seems prudent to discuss casting, and how actors without a disability are cast in roles that require them to portray one. Sally Hawkins’ Eliza is mute, relying on American Sign Language to communicate with those around her, and this casting decision has been met with criticism from the deaf community, with notable deaf celebrities like Nyle DiMarco (winner of America’s Next Top Model) talking about how the signs she uses, while correct, aren’t how someone who natively signs would use the language. With technology the way it is and society almost as progressive as we’d like it to be, do we have any excuses to not allow differently abled actors to play their own disability or be cast more often?
▸ Marvel’s next highly-anticipated movie, 'Black Panther', which is due to hit Australian movie theatres on February 15, has already broken an impressive record: it is now the number one pre-sale movie in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, toppling the previous record holder, ‘Captain America: Civil War’, which debuted the character. To say Marvel fans are excited for 'Black Panther' is an understatement - but why are ticket sales so high on this instalment?

Comps
Win one of five copies of 'Battle Of The Sexes' on Blu-ray
Win one of ten double passes to see the highly acclaimed 'Sweet Country' in cinemas
Win one of five copies of 'Happy Death Day' on Blu-ray
Win one of five copies of 'Mother!' on Blu-ray
Win one of five copies of 'Blade Runner 2049' on Blu-ray

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Next week's episode
▸ Reviews of 'I, Tonya', 'Sweet Country' and 'Faces Places'
Episode 27: The Post, Darkest Hour, The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature
Episode 29: I Tonya, Sweet Country, Faces Places, The Jungle Bunch, Manifesto
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