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After bringing back the CGlifestyle Podcast with Episode 3 featuring SJR, DJ Kingpin, and Birmingham figure heads DJ Biggoss, and Mr Manage, it is now time for us to release another brand new episode. This time round SJR sits down with two female bosses from the Second...

With the cinematic release of Michael Showalter's romantic comedy curtailed by COVID-19, it was forced to find a new home. Step forward Netflix, who are seemingly incapable of saying no to anything with the words 'romantic' and 'comedy' in its synopsis. There's not muc...

There is never a bad time for Spike Lee to release a film, but Da 5 Bloods felt especially timely in the wake of George Floyd's murder. Though not quite as on the nose as BlacKkKlansman, it is often a compelling insight into the black experience, with an understated bu...

Regardless of whether another brooding political expose is what mainstream cinema needs at the time, you can't deny the qualities of Dark Waters. Personally, I found Todd Haynes picture to be achingly familiar and a little dull in parts but cannot question the merit of...

Don't be fooled, you do not need to be a basketball buff to enjoy this documentary. In fact, this should be mandatory viewing for anybody that is interested to learn more about the mindset of an elite athlete. Michael Jordan makes for an absorbing interviewee, but so d...

We're back creating content again! Following the CO-VID19 pandemic, the CGuk family are finally back in action, returning with a brand new episode of the CGlifestlye Podcast.

This time round SJR and DJ Kingpin catch up with Brum Town legends, Mr Manage and DJ Biggoss to...

Greed is a fun movie very much in the Michael Winterbottom vein. At its core is an important message about the ludicrously cheap labour that props up the global fashion industry, with the film's antagonist (played gleefully by an in-form Steve Coogan) offering a grim-b...

The Hunt, directed by Craig Zobel and co-written by Nick Cuse and Damon Lindelof, drew controversy upon its release due to its satirical depiction of America’s divided political spectrum. Red-state voters and liberal elites are both skewered in a film which sees the fo...

Ever since the glorious Ex Machina burst onto our screens, Alex Garland has quietly built a reputation as one of the most thought-provoking sci-fi auteurs around. Far removed from the likes of Star Wars, his projects are easily identified by their intent to wrestle wit...

Bloody hell, that was a bit raunchy wasn’t it? Normal People is a definite triumph for independent television but I challenge anyone that isn’t a masochist to watch it without feeling a little bit exhausted.

Adapted from Sally Rooney’s prize-winning novel, it tells...

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