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A Wrinkle in Time, Unsane, Pacific Rim: Uprising

Al Murray is joined by Ellen E Jones and Chris Hewitt to review much-anticipated fantasy blockbuster A Wrinkle in Time, starring Oprah Winfrey, and psychological thriller Unsane.


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Hello there and welcome

to Film 2018.

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I'm Al Murray.

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Yes, it's late, but we're live

and would love to hear from you.

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Tonight, we're talking

about going to the cinema

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as a live experience.

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So if you had to pick

a film to live and immerse

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yourself into the world of,

what would it be?

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I would want to be part of a Bridge

too far, all the great escape. Not

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one of the guys who were shot at the

end.

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end.

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Tweet us.

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Details are on the screen now.

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Right, let's get started.

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Coming up tonight...

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Quantum physics and an enormous

floating Oprah.

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We are worries of the light. Welcome

to the Ava DuVernay fantasy Wrinkle

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in Time.

Mad or misunderstood? I am held here

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against my will.

In the tense

psychological thriller of Steven

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Soderbergh Unsane.

And reporting for duty, we talk

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robots and rebellion in Pacific Rim

Uprising.

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Plus, we'll also be going behind

the scenes with an immersive cinema

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experience, as they take on cult

classic Blade Runner.

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So, physics, insanity and lots

and lots of robots -

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sounds like a good mix

for a Wednesday evening, eh?

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Helping me make sense of it

all are film critics -

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and definitely non replicants,

I hope!

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- Ellen E Jones and Empire

Magazine's Chris Hewitt.

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Good evening, human! Definitely a

replicant.

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What is your replicant story?

Stare

deeply into my eyes. The Crown yes!

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-- yes!

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-- yes!

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Right, kicking things off

is big-budget, time-travelling

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fantasy 'A Wrinkle in Time'.

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This much-loved children's classic -

well, in America, at least -

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comes to the big screen

via Director Ava DuVernay.

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Starring Oprah Winfrey -

yes, THE Oprah Winfrey -

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Reese Witherspoon and Chris Pine,

it's the story of teenager Meg,

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who has to brave multiple

dimensions, seemingly in the form

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of Windows desktops,

in her quest to find her

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missing scientist father.

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Please be warned, this

VT contains algebra,

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buckets of positivity

and a huge, floating Oprah!

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You were a top student.

Look at you now. You can't keep

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using your father's disappearance as

an excuse to act out.

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Is that his work?

What is it about?

Their dad wanted to touch the stars.

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We have a girl of colour at the

centre of this amazing universe and

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this amazing journey. At the

beginning of the movie, Meg is

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really hard on herself and she

doesn't feel like she is worthy

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enough to be loved. Not coming back,

is he? Don't give up hope! She goes

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on a hectic and tumultuous journey.

This is my favourite planet in the

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entire Galaxy.

The guys really help her with that.

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Who are you?

We are warriors of the light. The

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darkness is spreading so fast.

You

are stronger than I ever was!

Be a

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warrior!

Do you trust me?

I trust

you! During the movie, drew

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encouragement from her friend, she

finds her flaws make her the most

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powerful which is a great journey

for any teenage girl, for any woman

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to watch to go through.

What can I

do for you, Mrs Whatsit.

She is

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harmless.

You are six, what you know about

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harmless?

Have I ever been wrong?

One of these days, you might be

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Charles Wallace.

I doubt that, he is

one of the greatest minds in

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history, he is prodigious. Of

course, we cannot take credit for

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our talents, it is how we use them

that counts.

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I think it is a wonderful theme of

self belief in this movie about

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learning to accept your fault.

We are in such warriors.

Warriors

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who serve the good and the light in

the universe.

You are kidding?

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This film allows a breather and a

moment to get job parings and think

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about who you want to be in the

world and really interrogate the

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light within new -- to get your

bearings.

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I am not really a person who has

read a lot of sci-fi and even this

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book, it missed me growing up. So to

be a part of this literally

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fantastical experience was something

I don't think any of us will ever

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forget.

My Love is always there! Even if you

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can't see it.

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Do we have time for A Wrinkle in

Time? What did you think of it.

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There is so much good feeling and

good intention kind this film that

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it makes it all the more

disappointing that it is a

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disappointment and I feel like I am

seeing the trailer for the first

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time.

You are not taken by a giant

flying cabbage Reese Witherspoon and

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Oprah Winfrey that smiles down at

you?

Oprah Winfrey is great, yes.

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But no. I think Storm Reid is great,

but lead actress. And a couple of

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moments, there is a real emotional

connection, that is her doing that.

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She deserves credit for that.

Chris.

That you put Oprah, who is not here

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for a 30 foot tall Oprah? I was a

little disappointed when she became

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normal sized and started interacting

with humans, I loved the idea of

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being on a green screen on her own,

with her contract, nobody looks at

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me, I will not interact with anyone.

It did give the impression they had

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had her for a week and replaced into

the bids they shot.

Or they cut

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clips from the Oprah Winfrey show.

The film is heavy on message and we

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saw in the package they are keen on

is taking positivity from this. I

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found it really sort of a soup of

platitudes. Never more than six foot

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from a platitude in this movie. Did

it feel heavy-handed or did it work?

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I think that is going to work for

the target audience. There is

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definite total hippie nonsense in

there, but there is also quite nice

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self-esteem stuff for that teenage

bracket.

Really? One pitch of the

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film is the father has gone missing,

a brilliant quantum physicist who

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has picked universe and done his

homework so the messages, do your

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homework and work hard and life

would you. The other messages, just

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believe in yourself, man.

They kind

of undermining each other. Much of

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bolts go and let your freak flag

fly, if I can say that. What got to

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me, despite the self-help nonsense,

by the end, it is about a young girl

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trying to get back with her father

and I won't spoil it but let's say

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at the end, I could feel a single

wrinkle rolling down my cheek and it

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got me. I was manipulated but I was

buying what they were selling by the

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end of it.

What were they selling?

It was a mess. There is no

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overriding vision of how this book

is translated to the screen so

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bitterly, it looks crazy. And they

make up for that with CGI.

They move

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from windows desktop to another

windows desktop, they bear a

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remarkable resemblance to the

options you have!

Not even the good

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ones.

There is no one great

sequence, and will say that. There

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is an interesting sequence where

they land on a planet and a 1950s

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Stepford wives, out of the

housewives -- come out of the houses

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and try to tempt them in for evil

means and it goes nowhere, it was

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episodic. Good performances

commentary macro and Chris Pine is

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very good. And it dirty but Oprah,

you cannot argue with that. And if I

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was 12-13 years old, which I kind of

am! -- and a 30 foot Oprah.

If you

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are viewing...

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If you're feeling in need

of a little darkness

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after all that positivity,

fear not, we've got it covered.

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'Unsane' is a tense

psychological thriller,

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directed by Steven Soderbergh

and shot entirely on an iPhone.

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Claire Foy - in her first

role post 'The Crown' -

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stars as a woman detained

in a mental hospital

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against her will.

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So not unlike The Crown! See what I

did?

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So should she be in there,

or is something much

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more sinister going on?

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Is this a glorified

FaceTime session?

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Let's see.

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Sawyer Valentini?

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Please follow me.

I don't have a lot

of time, they should be back at

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work. What am I doing here? Take

away your clothes down to your

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underwear. Not sure what is

happening here.

The door is locked.

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It would be better for everyone,

especially yourself, if you do as I

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ask.

I have always been a fan of

psychological thrillers. One thing I

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really liked about the premise was

the plausibility of it. The fact

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that somebody who has been in a

circumstance in which she would like

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to get help, finds herself signing a

document that she probably didn't

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read very closely. And before she

knows it, she is spending time in a

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facility against her will.

There has been some kind of mistake.

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Your name is Sawyer Valentini. You

know that already. By saying this,

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you have consented a voluntary

commitment for 24 hours.

No, they

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said the forms were routine.

You

signed it. One aspect of Clare as an

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actress that I really thought was

appealing is this ability of hers to

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really sell this idea of someone who

is under a lot of self-imposed

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pressure and whether she is acting

out or whether this is something

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that is being acted upon her.

Yes, hello, my name is Sawyer

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Valentini. I am at Highland Creek

Behavioral Center and I am being

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held here against my will. Please

send help! Thank you. I will be out

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of here in, like, 20 minutes.

Do you

know how many calls the cuts get

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like that every week?

Those are from

crazy people!

The willingness of

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Claire to dive in and play a

somewhat unhinged American character

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was part of what attracted me to her

as an actor.

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My stalker is here! We did a

thorough background check.

You

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should be protecting the!

We were shooting in sequence and she

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understood the trajectory of what

Sawyer needed to go through.

I must

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be insane. I must be insane.

I am not crazy! Maybe it is all in

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my head.

I loved this film. I enjoyed every

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second. I am a big fan of Steven

Soderbergh, it is good to see him

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back after his self enforced

retirement. Did you enjoy this film?

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A fizzing with this movie. I did, I

am very glad he got back and he got

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bored watching Countdown in front of

the TV in the afternoon. This is a

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good follow-up to Logan Lucky. He's

trying different things by shooting

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on the iPhone with this. I am a huge

fan of Soderbergh but he is a

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slightly dispassionate and

emotionally detached film-maker at

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times and I wonder if this means the

movie did not quite thrill me the

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way it did you and maybe Ellen. But

a lesser Soderbergh is still better

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than 95% of the lawmakers at the top

of their game.

Did you love this

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film? I absolutely loved it and

despite how over the top it goes,

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nothing wrong with over the top! It

still feels totally plausible. Some

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people don't feel the same way. All

the stuff about having your autonomy

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taken away by this basis institution

and that frustration goes really

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well, there is sexual harassment

stuff you could if you are trying a

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bit harder linked to #Me Too but I

am reluctant to do that because it

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is such good fun.

Apart from mobile

phones, it does not feel

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contemporary, it felt like a 1970s

film. Like play Misty for me, like

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what Clint is stored made when he

was playing thrillers -- Clint

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Eastwood. You could imagine him as

the antagonist and it is threadbare,

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crumbling America that the hospital

seems to represent.

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That took me out of the film a

little bit, because I'd get sound

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quality like that on my iPhone, but

he got it right in to replace a film

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camera can't go, it went right into

Claire Foy's face.

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It is a double exposure.

It is good

stuff, and it has a little

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professional sheen, but it did take

me out of the film a couple of

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times.

I went in not knowing about

the iPhone, and I did think it

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looked interesting in a way I

couldn't put my finger on. I really

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liked it.

I thought it was medium

and message working together.

And

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you get swept up in the excitement

of Steven Soderbergh bestie doing

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something he is finding new and

exciting.

He didn't get any text

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messages during it!

And Claire Foy's

performance, I have watched The

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Crown all the way through, I have

watched be very under control, very

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close to performance she is the

Queen, and in this, the question in

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the movie is, is she in a mental

institution for the right reason

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not? She gives that performance.

It

is great for her, you couldn't have

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a better film to do off the back of

something like The Crown.

You almost

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feel she also look at the camera and

go, see what I can do? Am not just

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the Queen! She won't be being paid

less than anybody else after this.

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She is fantastic, she does just

enough to make you think that she

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might be unhinged, that she might be

experiencing some psychosis, so that

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when there is a twist, it has you on

her side.

Brilliant performance,

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delivered up with Steven Soderbergh

in a new form, everything to

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recommend it?

Absolutely.

Absolutely.

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For most of us, going to the cinema

lets us kick back, eat popcorn

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and think about something

other than ourselves.

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Who writes this stuff!

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But with more and more

demands on our time when it

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comes to entertainment,

increasingly, audiences

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are wanting more -

like being able to actually step

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into the world of the film.

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This year, 'Secret Cinema' -

one of the first live,

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immersive film experiences -

is ten years old, and it

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seems their formula of cult films,

dressing up and interacting

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with the film is still going strong.

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It was back in 1982...

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Ridley Scott gave us his dark

dystopian vision of downtown Los

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Angeles, with sci-fi epic Blade

Runner. But now, in old warehouse in

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east London, that vision has been

brought to life as excited film fans

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roll up for the latest immersive

movie experience. Secret Cinema is

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really about creating a spectacle

around cinema, so infusing film and

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art, allowing the audience to live

inside with it and become part of

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the story. When I was a kid, I went

to see a film, Once Upon A Time In

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America,, and I fell in love with

cinema, and I thought, why can't

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Cinema be more like a club night,

like a music festival, and are used

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to go to these clubs and I was

thought that the secrecy and getting

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a call where you have to go and meet

people down the petrol station and

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find these big parties, why couldn't

you make cinema more rock and roll?

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What if you could tell a secret?

What if the audience could be part

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of that secret and live inside of a

film for the night? But it is not

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just secret Cinema, immersive film

experiences are big news across the

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country, from

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country, from Die-hard screenings to

classic singalong classics. But this

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year, Secret Cinema takes on its

biggest project yet. What ridley

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Scott did at that time was

unheard-of, it was epic and

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colourful and an entire universe,

and what we have done is taken

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inspiration from the film and built

a whole new interactive world.

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We transformed a series of

warehouses into the city of LA, and

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the audience is thrown into this

dystopian world of LA in 2019. They

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have been told to meet at a

checkpoint in a district on the edge

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of Chinatown, and told to bring

umbrellas and wear goggles because

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of the fears of acid rain. We

literally write a script for a

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thousand different audience members

and combine with the actors we have

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on-site. There is a complete blur

between performers and audience. All

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of our security guards, bar staff,

everybody was at rehearsals, the Riz

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and a single person out of

character, and essentially we want

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to make it feel like wherever you

look, wherever you go, there is some

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part of the world that is coming to

life around you. I just think that

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the world has got predictable. Film

is not the same as it used to be,

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and this is cinema shakes you, and

that is why it is a testament to why

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secret Cinema has grown into

something much bigger, is that

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people are looking for this. Let's

take away the seats and reimagine

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the space, let's think about the

audience being on the stitch. It is

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a protest against the predictable

side of culture, the idea that we

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can do anything we want.

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OK, so we asked you on Twitter

what film you'd like to be immersed

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into and live within.

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Ross says, I will choose Working At

The Water Park.

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The Water Park. Owen chose Fargo,

and Luke chose La La Land. You have

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only got one life! Which film would

you like to live in, and why?

I am

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thinking Call Me By Your Name

because you have the endless

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Mediterranean summer, you just have

to be careful not to eat peaches.

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Chris?

I couldn't possibly answer

Star Wars. The original one, and I

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would probably live on Tatooine and

have a lightsabre.

Right!

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Last up is 'Pacific Rim Uprising' -

the sequel to Guillermo del Toro's

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2013 massive monster movie.

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This time round, John Boyega is in

charge as both Producer and star.

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It's all very simple -

ten years after the Battle

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of the Breach, the Kaiju emerge

from their interdimensional portal,

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forcing the Pan Pacific

Defense Corps, or PPDC,

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to mount their huge

Jaeger robots once again.

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OK?

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Good, let's take a look.

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Jake. Your father always said he

wanted you to be a pilot.

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He said a lot of things. I'm not a

hero like he was. Pacific rim takes

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off tenures after the first movie,

and we're introduced to Jake, who is

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son of Idris Elba.

Did that haircut

just call you Pentecost?

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just call you Pentecost?

It is just

a name.

A really cool name.

He is a

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bit of a rogue, a bit rebellious.

Are you having a laugh? One thing

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leads to another, and he is back the

PPDC, and now he needs to lead a new

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generation of pilots.

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With sci-fi, you want to balance the

CG world with the physical, you

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don't want to do everything CG, so

we managed to build the heads of the

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robots and place it on a hydraulic,

so it had the full movement of a

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real head, and every time it got

knocked back, we would feel the G

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Force. I also co-produced this one

with my company. I could have done a

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13 hour day on which averages, come

back home, have to watch scenes of

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myself and give opinions as to which

one works for what.

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I love the action, I really do, but

story is what I also do, the story

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we are trying to tell.

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So, if I were ten-year-old boy, that

film would blow my mind. However,

0:22:470:22:53

I'm 49! What did we make of Pacific

Rim uprising?

John Boyega, isn't he

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lovely? He is so good, his charisma

does so much of the heavy lifting of

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this film, which is lucky, because

Scott Eastwood, maybe, not so

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charismatic.

Steady now! John

Boyega, he is probably in seven

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eighths of the movie, virtually

every frame. He is so charming and

0:23:230:23:30

charismatic, he is the special

effect that makes this film work

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more than the giant robot.

And I

love the older brother little sister

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thing they have got going as well,

it has real heart.

It makes you

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wonder why he wasn't used more in

the last Star Wars movie, because he

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has charisma to burn. But I went

into this movie with expectations

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that warm floor, I liked the first

movie, it did OK, and this did, I

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wasn't expecting that much, and I

came out with a big smile on my

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face.

The prequel better than the

original film?

Now you are talking.

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I hesitate to say it is better than

the first one, because the first one

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was DMO

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dot -- Guillermo del Toro.

He is the

big director, and the aesthetic and

0:24:310:24:38

the grungy...

But that is what makes

this not Transformers. It is not

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really that he is an action

director. There was a point in this

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movie where I was going, get on with

it, where are the aliens? Loads of

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heart, but more of that the stuff

that you go to this movie for.

But I

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like that stuff. You don't see an

alien for ages, the first big action

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sequence you get is a giant robot.

Robot on robot action.

They are not

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robots! They are men inside Suits.

I

just kind of love that stuff, there

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is a sequence later on where a city

is being trashed, and it has an

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unabashed joy.

No one seems to live

in the cities, nobody cares what

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happens.

Sunday afternoon, no one is

around, don't worry! This is part of

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a long line of movies where huge

cities are destroyed. There is a

0:25:390:25:44

line, which is, don't worry,

everyone is underground, you can go

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to town on this.

It is gloriously

daft in a way that I don't think the

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first movie quite got there. They

tried, but this is beautifully

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silly, Saturday morning cartoon fun,

but just on the big screen.

In a

0:25:580:26:04

way, we could talk about this in

contrast with the other big sci-fi

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blockbuster of the season, and

Pacific Rim Uprising delivers an

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story, delivers on its stick

together message that A Really Good

0:26:180:26:25

Time didn't.

And it is quite china

matey, they have whole sequences in

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Mandarin, that adds to that market.

And it doesn't have an ultimate

0:26:330:26:40

message of empowerment, it just

says, if you see a giant monster,

0:26:400:26:43

punch it in the face, and that is a

message I can get behind.

That is a

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life lesson for everyone watching.

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OK, so you know what's coming,

what's our Film of the Week?

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Unsane.

That or uprising.

I think I

will choose Unsane.

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Well, I think our work

is almost done here.

0:27:070:27:09

Next week, Zoe Ball -

who has just cycled over 350 miles

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in five days for Sports Relief -

will be here on this

0:27:120:27:15

not particularly

comfortable film show sofa.

0:27:150:27:16

I'd definitely bring a cushion.

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Zoe, never agree to do that again!

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Playing us out is a look at

the new mega offering from Marvel.

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It's 'Avengers: Infinity War'.

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Giving new meaning to the term

'all-star cast', the film

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stars Robert Downey Jr,

Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo,

0:27:330:27:35

Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson,

Benedict Cumberbatch,

0:27:350:27:36

Don Cheadle, Tom Holland,

Chadwick Boseman, Paul Bettany,

0:27:360:27:38

Elizabeth Olsen, Anthony Mackie,

Sebastian Stan, Chris Pratt,

0:27:380:27:40

Josh Brolin, Zoe Saldana

and Paul Rudd, amongst others.

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That is one big trailer, eh?

0:27:420:27:45

We got one advantage. He is coming

to us.

We have what he wants, so

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that's what we use.

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Let's talk about this plan of yours.

I think it's good, except it sucks,

0:28:090:28:14

so let me do the plan, and that way,

it might be really good.

Wow.

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The end is near.

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When I'm done, half of humanity will

still exist.

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Perfectly balanced. As all things

should be.

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should be. I hope they remember you.

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I'm Peter, by the way.

Doctor

strange.

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Al Murray is joined by Ellen E Jones and Chris Hewitt to review much-anticipated fantasy blockbuster A Wrinkle in Time, starring Oprah Winfrey; psychological thriller Unsane, from director Stephen Soderbergh; and John Boyega chats about his big new monster movie, Pacific Rim: Uprising. Plus a look at the popularity of live immersive film experiences, going behind the scenes on the latest based on the sci-fi classic Blade Runner.