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21 December 2023


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Step into a world where entertainment knows no bounds. Our open viewing on GO Stars from the 23rd of December till the 3rd of January is almost here to light up your screens and transform your holidays into a cinematic spectacle. From heart-pounding action sequences to gripping drama, side-splitting comedy to enchanting movies for the little ones, our lineup ensures there’s something for everyone in the family.

So, mark your calendars and prepare to be captivated by an array of great movies. Take a look at what’s in store for you.

Drama Movies

Young woman in a dark room writing

Emily (2022)

A bold and imaginative film that explores the life and art of Emily Brontë, the author of Wuthering Heights, Emily is not a conventional biopic, but a creative interpretation of Emily’s personality and relationships. In fact, the film, written and directed by Frances O’Connor, who makes her feature debut with confidence and flair, crafts a compelling and engaging narrative that blends reality and fantasy, drawing inspiration from Emily’s poems and letters. Emily will certainly make you admire the writer’s power and artistry, the courage and independence of women, while it’s set to appeal to fans of the Brontë sisters and their work, as well as anyone who enjoys a good story with a historical and political twist.

Watch on the 26th of December at 22:25.

A tailor with his garment

The Outfit (2022)

A stylish and suspenseful thriller, The Outfit follows a tailor who gets entangled in a web of crime and deception. Mark Rylance takes centre stage as the enigmatic Leonard, a man of few words and impeccable taste who runs a bespoke shop in Chicago in the 1950s. He caters to a wealthy and influential clientele, including the notorious Boyle family, a gang of mobsters who use his shop as a drop-off point for their shady dealings. Director Graham Moore has crafted a plot that keeps the audience guessing until the end, while the supporting cast, including Zoey Deutch and Johnny Flynn, add depth to the ensemble, with each character playing a pivotal role in the intricate web of deceit and intrigue.

Watch on the 29th of December at 21:30.

Man with his daughters playing with a shopping trolley

King Richard (2021)

A biographical drama that tells the inspiring story of Richard Williams, the father and coach of tennis legends Venus and Serena William, King Richard stars Will Smith alongside Saniyya Sidney and Demi Singleton. The legendary actor delivers a captivating performance as the charismatic and determined Richard, who overcomes various obstacles and challenges to pursue his vision of greatness for his daughters. The film does not shy away from showing Richard’s flaws and mistakes, however, it also celebrates his passion and perseverance, while it addresses the challenges faced by the Williams family, tackling issues of race, class, and the cutthroat world of professional tennis head-on.

Watch on the 2nd of January at 21:30.

A group of people standing next to each other

Downton Abbey: A New Era (2022)

Prepare to be whisked away to the lavish world of aristocracy, high tea, and refined drama in Downton Abbey: A New Era. If you are a fan of the popular TV series Downton Abbey, you will be delighted to see your favourite characters return for another cinematic adventure as the movie captures the essence of the series, offering a comforting blend of nostalgia and innovation. The plot follows the Crawley family and their loyal servants as they travel to the South of France to claim a villa inherited by the Dowager Countess, played by the incomparable Maggie Smith. Along the way, they encounter old friends, new rivals and unexpected surprises.

Watch on the 3rd of January at 18:25.

Action Movies

A superhero with lightning around him

Black Adam (2022)

Black Adam is a superhero movie that introduces the anti-hero of the same name, played by Dwayne Johnson, who has the power of six ancient gods. The film follows his origin story, from his rise and fall as the champion of Kahndaq, a fictional Middle Eastern country, to his awakening in the present day, where he clashes with a group of heroes known as the Justice Society of America. However, the film also explores the themes of justice, freedom, and destiny, as Black Adam tries to find his place in the world. Playing homage yet critiquing the superhero genre, the movie has jokes and twists, while also offering a timely and relevant commentary on the social and political issues of our era, such as the power of technology, the role of media and the importance of choice.

Watch on the 23rd of December at 21:30.

A man and a woman standing with fire behind them

The Matrix Resurrections (2021)

Lana Wachowski returns to the director’s chair with a fresh take on the iconic franchise, blending nostalgia with a dose of futuristic flair. The sequel brings back Keanu Reeves as Neo, the cyberpunk hero who once freed humanity from the virtual prison of the Matrix, but after 18 years, he finds himself trapped again in a simulated world, where he meets a new version of Morpheus and a familiar face, Trinity. Together, they must uncover the truth behind their reality and fight against the forces that want to keep them enslaved. From gravity-defying fights to mind-warping visuals, The Matrix Resurrections doesn’t hold back on the spectacle.

Watch on the 27th of December at 22:25.

Men standing in a dark room

Bullet Train (2022)

A wickedly funny, high-octane thrill ride, Bullet Train follows a group of assassins who board a bullet train in Japan, each with a different mission and target. Brad Pitt stars as Ladybug, a former killer who tries to do his job peacefully but ends up in a chaotic showdown with his fellow passengers, while Sandra Bullock also features as Maria Beetle, his handler who communicates with him via earpiece. Brian Tyree Henry and Aaron Taylor-Johnson star as a pair of ruthless brothers who guard a mysterious briefcase, Joey King as the Prince, a devious schoolgirl who loves to blow things up, and many more. Pitt’s charisma shines as an ice-cool assassin with a wry sense of humour, while the train setting adds an extra layer of intensity, turning every carriage into a battleground.

Watch on the 28th of December at 21:30.

Two dinosaurs standing

Jurassic World Dominion (2022)

The sixth and final instalment of the Jurassic Park franchise, which began in 1993 with Steven Spielberg’s groundbreaking adaptation of Michael Crichton’s novel, Jurassic World Dominion reunites Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard as Owen Grady and Claire Dearing. The two former Jurassic World employees now lead a resistance movement against the exploitation of dinosaurs by corporations and governments. The film also brings back the original trio of Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum as Alan Grant, Ellie Sattler, and Ian Malcolm, who join forces with Owen and Claire to stop a global catastrophe caused by the escape of genetically engineered dinosaurs. With its stunning visual effects and thrilling action sequences, Jurassic World Dominion creates a balance between the awe and wonder of the dinosaurs and the exploration of humanity’s relationship with these ancient creatures.

Watch on the 1st of January at 21:30.

Comedy Movies

George Clooney and Julia Roberts

Ticket to Paradise (2022)

How does a delightful cinematic escape that takes you on a sun-soaked journey of self-discovery and second chances sound? Ticket to Paradise is a breezy and enjoyable rom-com that reunites two of Hollywood’s biggest stars, George Clooney and Julia Roberts, as a divorced couple who travel to Bali to stop their daughter from making a hasty marriage. Along the way, they rediscover their old spark and face some unexpected challenges. The duo effortlessly convey the history, the tension, and the affection between their characters, as well as a great rapport with the supporting cast, especially Kaitlyn Dever as their headstrong daughter.

Watch on the 24th of December at 21:30.

Man in a museum

The Duke (2020)

A delightful comedy-drama based on the true story of Kempton Bunton, a taxi driver who stole a painting of the Duke of Wellington from the National Gallery in 1961, the movie stars Jim Broadbent as the eccentric and idealistic Bunton, who demands that the government provide free television licenses for the elderly in exchange for the return of the painting. Helen Mirren plays his long-suffering wife Dorothy, who tries to keep the family together despite her husband’s antics. Celebrating the power of art, activism and family, The Duke shows how one man’s bold act of defiance can inspire others and challenge the status quo. It also explores the themes of grief, poverty, and social justice, without being preachy or sentimental.

Watch on the 30th of December at 21:30.

Young couple standing next to each other

What’s Love Got to Do with It? (2022)

This refreshing and witty rom-com explores the clash and harmony of different cultures and perspectives on love and marriage. The movie stars Lily James as Zoe, a documentary filmmaker who decides to follow her childhood friend Kaz as he goes through the process of assisted marriage, a modern version of arranged marriage that is common in his Pakistani community. Along the way, Zoe questions her own views on romance and relationships, while Kaz faces the challenges and surprises of finding his soulmate. The movie also features Emma Thompson as Zoe’s mother, who tries to set her up with a boring but suitable suitor.

Watch on the 30th of December at 18:40.

Woman holding a dress

Mrs Harris goes to Paris (2022)

Mrs Harris goes to Paris is a delightful and uplifting film that tells the true story of Ada Harris, a London housekeeper who dreams of owning a Dior dress. Lesley Manville stars as the charming and determined Ada, who saves up every penny and travels to Paris to fulfill her wish. There, she encounters the glamorous and exclusive world of haute couture, as well as the kindness and friendship of various people who help her along the way. Manville brings a perfect blend of warmth and determination to the role, making Mrs. Harris a character you can’t help but root for. The movie is also feast for the eyes, with stunning costumes, sets, and locations that capture the beauty and contrast of 1950s London and Paris.

Watch on the 31st of December at 21:30.

For the kids

Kids playing with a trolley

Lyle, Lyle Crocodile (2022)

Prepare for a whimsical adventure down East 88th Street with Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile, a charming film adaptation that brings Bernard Waber’s beloved children’s book to life. The film follows the adventures of Lyle, a friendly and musical crocodile who lives in a house on 88th Street in New York City. Voiced by pop star Shawn Mendes, Lyle sings catchy songs composed by the award-winning duo Benj Pasek and Justin Paul. Lyle’s life is turned upside down when a new family, the Primms, move into his house and discover him in the attic. The Primms are initially scared of him, but soon learn to love him as a part of their family.

Watch on the 25th of December at 21:30.

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For more great TV content, take a look at these romantic movies. Alternatively, if horror is your thing, here as some good picks you may want to watch and here is another collection of sci-fi movies we recommend.