Chris Morris’ much-awaited follow-up to Four Lions is another explosive satire and sure-fire cult comedy classic. Newcomer Marchánt Davis plays an impoverished Miami preacher who’s offered cash to save his family from eviction. However, his kind sponsor is actually an operative of the FBI who has plans to turn him into a criminal by fuelling his revolutionary dreams.
Operating in similar terrain to Four Lions but with much broader ambition and scope, Morris' US-set lampoon of the concept of modern 'homeland security' is a raucous and rapid-fire black comedy. Boasting a super-sharp script from Succession showrunner Jesse Armstrong and fellow Veep collaborators Tony Roche and Sean Gray, The Day Shall Come is brimming with the deliciously absurdist one-liners and stinging satire with which Morris made his name.
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Comedy 2019 100 mins Director: Alex Thompson
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Comedy 2019 86 mins Director: Simon Bird
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Drama 2018 81 mins Director: Leanne Welham
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Drama 2018 83 mins Director: Wanuri Kahiu
Romantic sparks fly between the daughters of two opposing politicians in Wanuri Kahiu’s neon-bright story of forbidden love in Kenya.
Documentary 2019 89 mins Director: Alan Elliott
Aretha Franklin, at the height of her powers, returns to the music which nurtured her prodigious talent.
Drama 2019 90 mins Director: Rashaad Ernesto Green
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Drama 2018 107 mins Director: Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje
A fostered Nigerian boy growing up in Essex loses all sense of identity and joins a racist skinhead gang. Actor Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (Oz, Lost) directs this powerful drama based on his own, extraordinary upbringing.
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Beautifully shot documentary about four members of the 'Sudanese Film Club' who decide to revive an old cinema.
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Paul Feig's delicious postmodern noir, with Anna Kendrick as a blogger investigating the disappearance of her best friend (Blake Lively).
Drama 2019 104 mins Director: Sacha Polak
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Thriller 2019 111 mins Director: Gerard Johnson
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Drama 2019 90 mins Director: Henry Blake
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Drama 2020 113 mins Director: Viggo Mortensen
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Horror 2020 66 mins Director: Rob Savage
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An intimate, personal and surprisingly life-affirming story with a rare illness at its heart.