Snow, dogs and Paul Walker’s handsome face: Eight Below is the perfect film to watch over the winter holidays. Inspired by true events, the film tells the story of an antarctic explorer who is forced to leave behind his team of sled dogs and subsequently tries to get back and rescue them.
Martin Scorsese’s historical adventure Hugo takes all the elements of a modern fairy tale, sprinkles them with a little Dickens and wraps them in some of the most astounding visuals cinema has seen in the last decade.
As if we needed any more reason to want to skip the rest of 2016 and fast forward to the new year, the series set to premiere over the next 12 months look extremely promising. Here’s my personal Top 10 of new and returning shows I just can’t wait to delve into.
If you’re feeling festive but have already re-watched all your favourite classics this holiday season, you should give Noël a watch. In a style similar to that of beloved Christmas classic Love, Actually, this understated drama focuses on the serendipitous encounters of five Manhattanites on Christmas Eve…
It could be argued that Mr Magorium’s Wonder Emporium is the biggest let-down of any film ever. Because you’re going to be wishing that the magical toyshop actually existed – so much it hurts. Still, the fantasy comedy provides truly wonderful escapism from the harsh realities of mundane life. If you love Disney films, this … More Mr Magorium’s Wonder Emporium: Toy Story meets Charlie and the Chocolate Factory