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    The best movies about swimming

    Despite how impressive swimming is, there actually aren’t that many movies about the sport. We imagine that the reason for this is because it is quite hard to film swimming as it involves underwater cameras and equipment, plus you don’t really get to see the reactions of the athletes in a race underwater like you can in a running race for example. However, there are some excellent movies about swimming, we’ve outlined what we believe to be the best here: The Other Shore (2013) This documentary follows open-water swimmer Diana Nyad as she comes out of retirement to try and swim from Cuba to Florida again, without the use of…

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    The best movies about rivers

    Rivers are an essential part of life on Earth – they carry potable water, they allow animals and humans to travel far distances, and they help to drain rainwater. It’s no surprise then to learn that there are lots of movies about rivers, many of which are excellent. We thought we’d round up what we believe to be the best movies about rivers, based on our opinions and critical reception. Let’s get into the list: A River Changes Course (2013) This documentary isn’t solely about a river, but the title of the entire theme of the film relates to 2 rivers in Cambodia – the Tonle Sap River and the…

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    ‘Crimes of the Future’ ending explained

    David Cronenberg’s ‘Crimes of the Future’ received a mixed reception at Cannes Film Festival when it premiered, with some people fainting, some people walking out and some people applauding for more than 5 minutes. And now that it has released to cinemas, the film has retained a mixed reception with a real discrepancy between critics and audience scores on Rotten Tomatoes. One thing that everyone seems to agree on is that ‘Crimes of the Future’ has some interesting ideas, but leaves viewers with a lot of questions. The ending is very abrupt and felt quite jarring to me, and that sentiment has been echoed by countless people online, particularly on…

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    The Hunting Ground – where to watch this powerful documentary online

    The Hunting Ground is a powerful documentary from 2015 that shines a light on how prevalent sexual assault is on college campuses across the United States. If you want to watch this documentary online then here is where you can stream it: Amazon Prime ($3.99 to rent) - https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/0JGH6GWSHNZ4R4JR9GZTVFFRR4/   Google Play ($3.99 to rent) - https://play.google.com/store/movies/details/The_Hunting_Ground?gl=US&hl=en&id=9aYfrhDkT1M   Kanopy - https://www.kanopy.com/en/product/13349708  

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    The best surfing movies on Amazon Prime

    If you’re into surfing movies, then Amazon Prime is a must-have for you. It’s packed with great surfing documentaries, fictional movies, and even short films. There is so much choice on the platform that we thought we’d round up the best surf movies you can find on Amazon Prime right now (2023), let’s get into the list: White Rhino (2019) This documentary from Brent Storm (what a great name) follows a group of big wave surfers and photographers as they journey to try and ride the largest wave ever seen. This movie was initially supposed to be a short film, but after finishing the interviews for the movie the team realized…

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    The best Korean movies on Amazon Prime

    Believe it or not, Korean movies are one of the most popular categories over on Amazon Prime Video. In fact, a search for ‘Korean Drama’ over on Amazon Prime Video brings up more than 1000 different movies and tv shows to choose from – that’s a lot of choice! Luckily for you, we’ve done the hard work and rounded up the absolute best Korean movies currently available on Amazon Prime Video, narrowing the choice down to just 8 movies. How have we decided what the best movies are? Simple, we looked at: Amazon Prime Video User ratings Rotten Tomatoes score (critics score) IMDB rating Here is the full list:     The…