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Review: You can run, but you can’t hide in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a one-stand that knows no limits; a reboot that surpasses its predecessor; an animated take on Mexican folklore; a fast-paced, worldly action movie; and a cartoon for adults that crudely entertains.

Review: This week’s releases only think they know what they want Special

This week’s releases include the first two seasons of a hard-hitting animated series; the prehistoric age with a modern twist; a movie that blurs its protagonist’s reality; a historical mystery; a cartoon throwback; and several cinematic classics.

Review: Monsters big and small plague this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a genre-bending television season; a world of giant monsters; a man forced to return to the sword; siblings who find themselves in simple but isolated danger; and a couple of pictures that incorporate comic styles.

Review: Appearances are deceiving in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a romance that blooms in spite of its difficult surroundings; a horror twist on a family classic; a thorough exploration of a deranged man; and a musical portrait of a renowned lyricist.

Review: They’ve got double lives in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a family torn apart; a spin-off that misses the target; a documentary about a music legend; a unique blend of genres; a sci-fi repeater; a love letter to cinema.

Economic growth has 'devastating cost to nature', review finds

Paris - Humanity's unbridled growth in recent decades has come at a "devastating cost to nature" according a wide-ranging international review on the vital economic role played by our living planet.

Review: ‘The Little Things’ are what fuel this mystery Special

‘The Little Things’ uses its Oscar-winning cast to act out a murder mystery in which everyone’s motives become increasingly blurred.

Review: Friends stick together in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a new threat on the internet; humanity’s last bastion; a Batman throwback tale; the first season of an animated reboot; a French anthology by the country’s acclaimed filmmakers; and a band of outcasts’ new adventure.

Facebook 'supreme court' overturns four content-removal rulings

Washington - Facebook's newly-launched 'supreme court' issued its first rulings on Thursday, overturning four of five decisions to remove controversial posts from the platform.

Review: Hiding the truth is the foundation of this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a hard-fought brotherly drama; a choice with the best intentions; a hoax turned real; scary toys with a grudge; a musical documentary; and a story muddled in conspiracy.

Review: ‘Promising Young Woman’ passes judgement where justice fails Special

‘Promising Young Woman’ is as condemning as it is entertaining. The directorial debut shines a bright, unflattering and unfaltering light on rape culture.

Review: Not everything is as it seems in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a new season of eerie tales; a post-apocalyptic narrative filled with optimism; a frightening story of black magic; a thief who steals hearts and artifacts; and a long-running cartoon.

Review: This week’s releases confront their fears Special

This week’s releases include an intense time travel drama; a follow-up to a cult classic; a director’s cut; a promising first feature; a life in comedy; and a couple of horror misses.

Review: This week’s releases stand up for what’s right Special

This week’s releases include the realization of a long lost vision; a toy uprising; every episode of an animated musical; an intense drama in high-def; and a few sci-fi classics.

Review: ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ embraces the difficulties of being a hero Special

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ shifts gears, letting the action support the title character’s development into a more dedicated hero.

Review: ‘The Witches’ is high-gloss, but still amusing Special

‘Roald Dahl’s The Witches’ is the second film adaptation of a beloved children’s story about evil witches conspiring to rid the world of its children.

Review: Truth and justice reign supreme in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an animated classic with a collectible toy; a horror movie in which old and new clash; a prequel that shows a famous lawyer’s roots; and a number of library titles that get the 4k treatment.

2020: World rocked by Covid-19, Trump and Black Lives Matter

Paris - The Covid-19 pandemic cast a long pall over 2020 but it also saw President Donald Trump beaten by Joe Biden in a tumultuous US election and the Black Lives Matter movement shake the world.

Review: Difficult paths lead to new opportunities in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a new path for moving on from past relationships; a create depiction of mental illness; a zombie sequel that ups the action; and a furry blue speedster from another world.

Review: Love makes them do crazy things in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a bleak depiction of the future; an award-winning comedy series; a unique portrayal of aging; a baffling court drama; a limited-edition boxset; and rom-com that never loses its appeal.

Review: Stopping death is an uphill battle in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an atypical superhero origin story; a rom-com in uncertain times; an artistic rendering of a dog’s life; a British portrait of a serial killer; a distinct Hammer horror picture; and another group of meddling kids.

Review: ‘Ammonite’ leaves its rose-coloured glasses at the door Special

‘Ammonite’ is a story about love that doesn’t overly romanticize a complicated situation, while still capturing the raw passion and affection that develops between the pair.

Review: Decisions have haunting consequences in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an all too real horror thriller; a look at a historical moment for women; a miniseries about a formidable Empress; mysterious tales from the ‘20s; an underwhelming matchup; and new steelbooks.

Review: ‘Come Play’ turns your screen into a window of terror Special

‘Come Play’ is a horror story about an autistic boy targeted by a lonely monster who wants them to become best friends — forever.

Review: This week’s releases find the good even when it all goes wrong Special

This week’s releases include an imperfect Thanksgiving; another man on a mission; a family that works together to stay together; a first in science fiction; an inspiring tale of female empowerment; and every episode of a cartoon classic.

Review: The past is never far behind in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include history reimagined; an anthology that peaks early; stories from the captain’s chair; a movie that started a movement; a heist gone wrong; a plot to win; and a classic journey through time.

Review: Protection comes at a cost in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an interactive story of death and redemption; a legendary man’s history; a modern-day wild West; a classic animated series; an animal caper; and a film about downward spirals.

Review: This week’s releases follow a path of disobedience Special

This week’s releases include a new chapter in a distinguished career; a bloody animated thriller; a season of entertaining and informative essays on horror; a fresh caper with some meddling kids; and a witchy Western.

Review: Some ideas are better left unrealized in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a trial of mores; a dramatic thriller that loses steam; a long-awaited season of mayhem; a TV series trying to fill a void; another series that’s ever-changing; and some great library titles.

Review: Friends are kept close & enemies closer in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include one TV series about obsession and murder, and another about power and betrayal; an animated movie about an incredible friendship; a couple of throwback Criterion titles; and a hero whose life is turned upside-down.
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Still from ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot
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Peter (Garfield) and Gwen (Stone) falling in love
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A scene from 'Gabrielle'
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Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man in 'The Amazing Spider-Man'
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A picture of a speed challenge which helps you learn the game in Transistor.
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Will Self's ninth novel, "Umbrella".
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Peter (Garfield) contemplates his life as Spider-Man
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