Posts Tagged ‘My Life As A Courgette’

New Blu-ray and DVD releases September 18th 2017

New Blu-ray and DVD releases September 18th 2017 are as follows: A Certain Magical Index: The Movie – The Miracle of Endymion (Blu-ray/DVD Double Play) A Fish Called Wanda (Blu-ray) Alien: 6-film Collection (Blu-ray and DVD) Alien Covenant (Blu-ray, 4K Blu-ray and DVD) Aliens Vs College Girls (DVD) Arrow Season 5 (Blu-ray and DVD) Arrow […]

My Life As A Courgette – Win a Blu-ray and T-shirt – COMPETITION (now closed)

NOTE: This competition has now closed and the winners were: Leila Benhamida and Silvia Prizzi. DVDfever.co.uk and Thunderbird Releasing have teamed up to give you a chance to win a copy of My Life As A Courgette, released next Monday on Blu-ray, DVD and digitally. There are two prizes up for grabs up for grabs […]

My Life As A Courgette on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

My Life as a Courgette – aka My Life as a Zucchini in other territories, depending on what you call the vegetable in question – centres around 9-year-old lad Icare (Erick Abbate), who refers to himself as Courgette, who is taken into care after his mother disappears following an altercation at home. He long since […]

Wonder Woman leads the new cinema releases and trailers June 2nd 2017

This week, there are FOUR new films out for you to choose from: one of the biggest action films of the year in Wonder Woman, a great British comedy with Jonathan Pryce in Dough, a fascinating French/Swiss animation in My Life as a Courgette, and an engaging new drama from Hirokazu Koreeda with After The […]

My Life as a Zucchini Trailer – Claude Barras

My Life as a Zucchini (aka My Life as a Courgette) centres around 9-year-old lad Courgette, who calls himself Zucchini, and is voiced by Gaspard Schlatter. Following his mother’s disappearance, he’s befriended by a police officer Raymond (Michel Vuillermoz), who accompanies him to his new foster home filled with other orphans his age. At first […]

BFI 60th London Film Festival Part 2 by Helen M Jerome

BFI 60th London Film Festival Part 2: It’s high time we looked further afield, into Europe and beyond, to see what they’re up to in their movies. Some of them may not have the massive budgets and starry casts of their American and British equivalents (with notable exceptions), but their ambition, artistic merit and craft […]

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