TV and Streaming – Sunday 4th April 2021

Morning! It’s Easter Sunday! The one day that always causes confusion as to whether shops are open or not. Fairly easy to fathom out this year. I’m guessing the parks and open spaces will be packed today as the weather will be okay but get ready to wrap up by tomorrow. If you don’t want…

TV and Streaming – Saturday 3rd April 2021

Morning! It’s Saturday 3rd April and we are heading for a cold one. Did you honestly think that Summer was coming? Of course not. In that case, best stay inside and watch a movie. A strong list for you today so there is bound to be something there. Stay safe, look after yourself and Happy…

TV and Streaming – Friday 2nd April 2021

Morning! It’s Good Friday and so that only means one thing: lots and lots of movies on TV. In fact, today also includes two big movies hitting the streaming services that you have to pay for. One is an Oscar-nominated drama, the other is a big, loud blockbuster that has been languishing around for almost…

TV and Streaming – Thursday 1st April 2021

Morning! Before I start, I can guarantee there are no hidden jokes in these picks. All of the films on show are worth watching. Two premieres on Amazon Prime today. One an outstanding documentary, the other a shocking drama. Both excellent. Stay safe, look after yourself and Happy April Fool’s Day! AMAZON PRIME THE DISSIDENT…

The Dissident

Director: Bryan Fogel Starring: Omar Abdulaziz, Hatice Cengiz, Fahrettin Altun, John O. Brennan Written by: Bryan Fogel and Mark Monroe Running Time: 119 mins Cert: 12 Release date: 1st April 2021 One of the things I have noticed recently, as we no longer venture to the local cinemas, is the documentary’s rise on the streaming…

TV and Streaming – Wednesday 31st March 2021

Morning! In the words of Glenn Frey…the heat is on! The last day of March and the temperatures are rising. However, we still all need to be careful and don’t go crazy. There is still a pandemic going on. If you are nervous about going out, then may I suggest a few movies you can…

TV and Streaming – Tuesday 30th March 2021

Morning! After the lovely weather yesterday and the easing of lockdown, today is supposed to be even warmer, Maybe an opportunity to go for a walk or sit in the garden. Then it may be time to come inside and what are you going to do then? Watch a movie? Here’s what to look out…

TV and Streaming – Monday 29th March 2021

Good morning! The change in lockdown rules take a huge step forward today as we can now have people in our garden, meet people outside and go play a game of golf. Some of us are still weary so instead, how about staying inside with a good movie. Here are today’s list for Monday 29th…

TV and Streaming – Sunday 28th March 2021

It’s Sunday, so a day of rest and, if the weather is terrible, staying in, with a duvet, and enjoying a movie or two. Well here are today’s choices. Something for everyone. I hope you can find something you will enjoy. Stay safe, look after yourself and Happy Sunday! AMAZON PRIME SOAPDISH (12) Starring: Sally…

TV and Streaming – Saturday 27th March 2021

It’s back! For the next two weeks, over the Easter period, the daily listing of the best movies on terrestrial TV and the main streaming service. Not only will you be able to read the movies to watch today, Saturday 27th March, but now with added vocals, as Stu Loves Film is now a podcast….

The United States vs. Billie Holiday

Director: Lee Daniels Starring: Andra Day, Trevante Rhodes, Garrett Hedlund, Natasha Lyonne, Leslie Jordan, Miss Lawrence, Erik LaRay Harvey Written by: Suzan-Lori Parks and (based on the book “Chasing The Scream”) Johann Hari Running Time: 130 mins Cert: 15 Release date: 27th February 2021 There have been hundreds of biopics about singers. Most are depressing…

Judas And The Black Messiah

Director: Shaka King Starring: Daniel Kaluuya, LeKeith Stanfield, Jesse Plemons, Dominique Fishback, Martin Sheen, Ashton Sanders, Algee Smith Written by: (Also story)Will Berson, Shaka King, (story) Kenny Lucas and Keith Lucas Running Time: 126 mins Cert: 15 Release date: 12th March 2021 This past summer saw the rise of the Black Lives Matters movement after…