Christmas 2018: Top 10 Films on UK TV

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Our Jason Day has scoured the length and breadth of the Radio Times for what the best, most diverting and/or entertaining films being screened across the UK TV networks are this festive period. Do you agree? What will you be watching? Let us know below…

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The Grinch (2018). Good laughs in this animated version of the Dr Seuss story

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Film review by Jason Day of The Grinch. Based on the Dr Seuss book about a curmudgeon who plots to destroy Christmas for a town by stealing their presents. Featuring the voices of Benedict Cumberbatch and Angela Lansbury.


star rating 3 out of 5 worth watching

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Krampus (2015)


Film review of a festive horror comedy based on the folklore about an anti-Saint Nick, starring Toni Collette.

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Director: Michael Dougherty.(98 mins). Legendary Pictures/Universal. (15).




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New movies out in the UK this weekend


A list of the new films being released across the UK, from Friday 27 November 2015. Use the Find Any Film website for details of which cinema nearest you will show these films.

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Our reviewer Maysa Moncao saw an early screening of this film at the recent TIFF15 and had nothing but good things to say about it in her review. Johnny Depp leads in this 1970’s Boston gangster thriller, with Joel Egerton and Benedict Cumberbatch. See the official Warners website. Showing all over the UK, after preview screenings this weekend. Find Any Film should help locate where.

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Die Hard (1988)


Film review of the action film starring Bruce Willis about a group of European terrorists who take over a Los Angeles skyscraper during a Christmas party.

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Director: John McTiernan. Twentieth Century Fox/Gordon/Silver. (15)



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