Is it worth it? The Film Review Podcast
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Craig Fields and David Long venture to the cinema to watch and review almost all the films being played.
They bring you all the latest with the Oscars & Awards season, from BAFTA to SAG, plus the latest film reviews, news and general chat about the world of cinema and Hollywood.
They then let you know what movies are worth it both from the cinema and from streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, MUBI, Disney +, Apple TV + and more.
So if you love films, why not give this movie review show a listen today.
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