Little Monsters leads the new cinema releases November 15th 2019

Little Monsters This week, there are FOUR new films out for you to choose from, led by Little Monsters. Here are the titles, with more info below:

    Little Monsters
    Ford v Ferrari (aka Le Mans 66)
    The Report
    Last Christmas

Cold Call – Series Trailer – Channel 5 drama

Cold Call
Cold Call is a new four-part drama over four nights on Channel 5 starring Sally Lindsay.

June Clarke (Lindsay) loses the money from the sale of her house to fraudsters and attends a support group for victims of such scams where she meets old school mate Des Grigsby. He persuades her to take a job caring for the mother of respected businessman Kirk Wiley, who he suspects is involved in the criminal enterprise that targeted both of them.

Midway – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Ed Skrein

Midway
Midway is a film I’ve been looking forward to since I first saw a trailer for it and, knowing it was from the unsubtle Roland Emmerich, I figured it would at least be visually entertaining from start to finish… But… how can you take such a piece of history and make the most utterly uninvolving and dull piece of junk ever created?

I even quite enjoyed 2016’s Independence Day: Resurgence, and that was so badly-received that the potential ending to the trilogy was then touted as a TV series, and then cancelled altogether. However, the writing was on the wall when I went to see it on day one and the auditorium was empty apart from me.

Gold Digger – The DVDfever Review – Julia Ormond

Gold Digger
Gold Digger stars Julia Ormond as Julia Day who, at 60, she’s single after splitting up from a 35-year-marriage, but then she falls into a relationship with a young man. She’s in love, but the kids sense danger. We gather from the title that he’s a… yep. Or is he?

That’s the billing for this drama, anyhoo, and the pre-credits sequence hints at all that, so you watch this drama to see how it’ll all play out as it begins one year earlier.

The Cockfields: The Complete Series – The DVDfever Review – Joe Wilkinson

The Cockfields The Cockfields are a family headed by Sue (Sue Johnston) and Ray (Bobby Ball), respectively mother and stepfather to Simon (Joe Wilkinson, who also co-writes). The pair live on the Isle of Wight where Simon’s returning to celebrate his 40th birthday, and taking girlfriend Donna (Diane Morgan) in tow.

Sue is the typical overbearing mother who wants to put on her best face for Donna’s visit, while Ray has a permanent scowl on his face. Meanwhile, Simon’s brother, David, is rather a wet blanket, declaring as in his first scene: “I lost my job… but it’s probably for the best”, and we learn that he’s a vegetarian but doesn’t like vegetables, so lives on cereal.

The Mandalorian – The DVDfever Review – Disney Plus Star Wars series

The Mandalorian The Mandalorian is a bounty hunter who’s here to take out the trash… so that’s most of the recent Star Wars movies, then. Rogue One was the only one I really enjoyed, whilst Force Awakens was a disappointment, The Last Jedi was even worse, and Solo was the biggest stinker ever in the canon, especially with the wrong guy in the lead.

This marks one of the first new series for Disney+, and one I’ve been looking forward to, given how I’m hoping it’ll save this stage of the franchise, although the timeline will be messed with a little bit, as it’s actually set five years after Return Of The Jedi.

Sonic The Hedgehog Movie – Trailer 2 – with new improved Sonic?

Sonic The Hedgehog Movie Sonic The Hedgehog Movie… yes, you thought you’d got away with it, didn’t you?

No, they redesigned him just to look a lot more actually LIKE Sonic, but… the film still looks like a complete waste of time. As they say, you can’t polish a turd, but you can roll it in glitter.

This is technically the second trailer, but then it’s been reclassified as the first trailer. Rewriting history, much?

The Sonic The Hedgehog movie is released on February 14th 2020, so as well as being in the Jan/Feb crap slot for films that aren’t good enough for a release at a decent time of year, this one will also collide with the first half term of the year.

Check out the new trailer below:

The Banker – trailer review – Samuel L Jackson

The Banker The Banker is based on the true story of two African American entrepreneurs – Joe Morris (Samuel L JacksonAvengers: Endgame) and Bernard Garrett (Anthony MackieBlack Mirror: Striking Vipers and also all those Avengers movies) – who, during the 1950s, hired working-class white man Matt Steiner (Nicholas HoultX-Men: Dark Phoenix) to pretend to be the head of their business empire while they posed as a janitor and chauffeur.

The Invisible Man 2020 – Trailer Review – Elisabeth Moss

The Invisible Man 2020 The Invisible Man 2020 looks like a candidate for an early stinker for next year’s releases as it follows Cecilia (Elisabeth MossThe Handmaid’s Tale, Us), who receives the news of her abusive ex-boyfriend’s suicide. She begins to re-build her life for the better. However, her sense of reality is put into question when she begins to suspect her deceased lover is not actually dead.

Godzilla: King Of The Monsters 3D Blu-ray Steelbook – The DVDfever Review

Godzilla: King Of The Monsters
Godzilla: King Of The Monsters is the belated follow-up to the 2014 Godzilla reboot, and I figure if you’re going to have an action film, you want it wall-to-wall action, rather like the recent Terminator: Dark Fate.

However, the 2014 movie fell way short of that as the big man didn’t show up for the entire first half of the movie… so this sequel has got to be a better bet, given that he’s bashing seven bells out of not just one, but several of them, right?

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