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With countless films available across several streaming services, MM picks out ten thrillers on Netflix in the UK that should provide escapism, excitement and a distraction from the monotony of lockdown.
Charles Dickens semi-autobiographical David Copperfield is brought to life by Armando Iannucci for a contemporary and cosmopolitan audience.
The truth is, it’s a solid four-star film – pretty good, worth seeing, but nothing to get hot and bothered about either way.
Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Sven and Olaf are back in Walt Disney’s animated sequel Frozen II in a quest to save the kingdom of Arendelle, but all is not what it seems.
Cornwall is always forgotten. It’s a holiday destination for some, a topless Aiden Turner for others, but for a minority, it’s their home. The forgotten people are the subject of Mark Jenkin’s arresting and jarring first feature, Bait.
Certain decades are defined by a certain type of film.