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Jérémy Clapin's debut feature is a unique interpretation of a story that would traditionally be interpreted as grotesque but here offers something much more emotionally invested. Following the journey of a severed hand looking to reunite with its lost body, the film in...

The CGuk team are very happy to announce and launch our official podcast, hosted by our Co-Founder, Sam Rasmin (SJR).

The CGlifestyle Podcast will allow the people to connect with the platform, and gain a deeper insight in to who is behind CGuk, whilst bringing through...

Taika Waititi’s new feature is about as far removed from the comforts of Marvel world-building as you can get. Incredibly difficult to categorise, Jojo Rabbit is perhaps best described as a Nazi Germany satire that is most evidently indebted to Mel Brooks’ The Producer...

Party season is officially over, and the new decade has begun. So it’s out with the old, and in with the new… which means making positive changes for a better year. It’s so cliché but fitness is at the top of a lot of people’s list with making changes, myself being one...

Stop the clocks. 2020 may have peaked already, thanks to Hugh Grant’s turn in The Gentlemen. Guy Ritchie’s crime caper is a roaring return to form for a director that forged his reputation by devising entertainingly far-fetched tales of the UK’s criminal underworl...

Birmingham DJ and Music Producer Curtis Meredith has been putting in work to showcase his talents as a producer after establishing himself in the DJ scene. Meredith's next move is launching his YouTube channel which will be kick starting next week on Sunday 19th Januar...

Fernando Meirelles' character study of Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis is often fascinating and, though perhaps a half hour too long, features towering performances from two noted thespians. Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce make for a formidable pair, breathing li...

Forgive me for stating the obvious, but divorce is a tricky subject to write about. My parents separated last year and the cavalcade of emotions our family has experienced since have been many and varied, to say the least. I guess anyone's response to a conscious uncou...

After an action packed year which saw the release of so many films, both good and bad, CGlifestyle writer, Ben Rasmin, has decided to narrow it down, and pick out his top 5 best, and worst films of 2019...

BEST

1. The Irishman 

More a musing on life than criminality, Mart...

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle was one of the surprise hits of 2017 and so it's not at all surprising that sequel The Next Level opts to tread familiar ground.

Once again reliant on the charisma of its lead actors, it serves up a narrative that is pretty much like-for-...

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