movie out this month is a psychological horror about a corporate building full of office schmucks who get locked in and all turn on each other as they are forced to play a game of kill- or-be-killed. Sounds just like when our office brings out the new holiday rota.

Moana Te Boss Baby

Alec Baldwin stars as the big baby in the expensive suit (no, he’s not pretending to be Donald Trump again, this time it’s an actual baby) in Dreamworks latest animated outing. A briefcase-carrying baby pairs up with his seven-year old brother to stop puppies from over taking babies as the cutest thing on the planet. How’s that for a whole load of things that shit themselves?

>30/04 Mad Max:

Black & Chrome Cinema City are showing Fury Road like you’ve never seen it before, in (as the name would suggest) a black and chrome cut that George Miller himself says is the best way to watch the movie. Stripped back, raw, and cool as fuck. Definitely one for fans of the wasteland. Oh what a day! SMILEY


Fast & Furious 8 Yes, unbelievably they’re back. Well, most of them are. And this time one of the goodies (the bald frowny one) is a baddy, and one of the baddies (the other bald frowny one) is a goodie. Tis time… oh, who fucking cares? It goes like this – VROOM, VROOOOM, VROOOOOOM!! BANG, BANG, BANG – “GET THE… THING”. KAPPOW!! Fucking idiots.


Disney’s recent run of form continues with this tale based on traditional Polynesian mythology. Moana (Auli’i Cravalho) is the only daughter of a chief in a long line of sea-faring navigators. When a curse blights her island, she sets off on an epic adventure with the help of demigod Maui (Dwayne Johnson) to lift the curse and save her people.


Sully: Miracle On Te Hudson

>21/04 Te Belko

Experiment James Gunn’s other

Based on the true story of Chelsey “Sully” Sullenberger (Tom Hanks), an American pilot who heroically landed his damaged plane on the Hudson River in order to save the lives of his passengers and crew. Hanks balances heartfelt, powerful speeches and quiet, more subtle moments beautifully and Clint Eastwood’s workmanlike direction manages to draw an engrossing drama out of an event that lasted only 208 seconds.

In 1942, Canadian Intelligence officer Max Vatan (Brad Pitt) meets and falls in love with French Resistance fighter Marianne Beauséjour (Marion Cotillard) whilst on a deadly mission in Morocco. After fleeing to London to start a family, their relationship is put under pressure when the Secret Service suspect Marianne to be a German spy. A bit like Casablanca but not as good.


Series 3 Menu*, *Repeat Scene*, *Play*, “To me, to you”, “To me, to you”, “To me, to you”, “To me, to you”. Barry looks confuse.”To me, to you”, “To me, to you”, “To me, to you”, “To me, to you”, “To me, to you”. Paul sighs. “To me, to you”, “To me, to you”, “To me, to you”. Barry grins. “To me, to you”, “To me, to you”, “To me, to you”,”To me, to you”, “To me, to you”, “To you, to me”. Paul drops ladder on foot. Genius.


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