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Pokemon Go news: Niantic’s new update has some secret Legendary gems included

The latest build of the game started rolling out yesterday, containing the usual range of bug fixes. However, the real Pokemon Go news today is concerned with what Niantic haven’t listed. As usual, dataminers have accessed the game’s master files to see just what else is being hidden. Niantic usually keep a few things out of their patch notes, and this Pokemon Go update is no different. One of the biggest changes is connected to the recently launched Kyogre Raids. Fans have been complaining that the Legendary water-type is harder…

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The Post film review: Meryl Streep scooping all the plaudits in Spielberg recreation

Steven Spielberg’s The Post recreates what happened almost 50 years ago and is both a fascinating history lesson and a timely reminder of the importance of defending basic democratic rights. The Post is a little slow to start as it fills in the back story. In the 1960s, secretary of defence Robert Mcnamara (Bruce Greenwood) commissioned a report on America’s involvement in the Vietnam War. It concluded that the war was lost in 1965 but that successive presidents committed increasing numbers of American soldiers to the conflict rather than admitting…

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The Commuter Review: Highly entertaining nonsense

The Commuter marks his fourth film with Spanish director Jaume Collet-Serra and it is pretty much business as usual as another flawed, world-weary man is obliged to keep calm and carry on under the most extraordinary circumstances.  Neeson’s Michael MacCauley plays a former detective now sleepwalking through life as an insurance salesman in New York. When he is laid off he heads home on his regular commuter train where the mysterious Joanna (Vera Farmiga, pictured left with Neeson) makes him an offer he cannot refuse. In return for $100,000 all…

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Coco review: Pixar back on track in latest animation

Fortunately they are right back on form with Coco, a joyous celebration of life, family and music that unfurls in a riot of eye-popping colour and heart-melting sentiment. It has all the charm of vintage Pixar allied to a story that displays more depth and complexity than many a live-action drama. Coco has a spring in its step from the very beginning as we enter the world of Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez), a 12-year-old hungry to emulate his idol, the late Ernesto de la Cruz (Benjamin Bratt), the greatest musician in…

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Justice League Superman Fortress of Solitude DELETED scene revealed? Fans still NOT happy

Fans are concerned that the new home entertainment announcement suggests that none of the deleted scenes that were glimpsed in early trailers will be brought back. Only Superman scenes will be included, although one fans also plaintively hoped that Warner Bros would correct the Henry Cavill moustache debacle.  Warner Bros delivered the first video trailer for the upcoming home entertainment release of The Justice League movie earlier today and it is the usual mix of all the heroes in dramatic action with one big surprise at the end. The screen…

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Rainbow Six Siege servers down: PS4 and Xbox One issues hit players

UPDATE ONE: The latest update from Ubisoft is that engineers are looking into the issues, which are affecting players globally. While places in the UK and United States still appear down, there are other PS4, Xbox One and PC players who are reporting that services are returning to normal. ORIGINAL: Ubisoft have confirmed that Rainbow Six Siege servers are down for many players trying to access core services. Problems started around 9pm GMT, leaving many players unable to to start multiplayer matches. The cause of this is “degradation of service”…

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Star Wars Men’s Rights edit REMOVES the WOMEN: Stars attack but do some cuts make sense?

First uploaded to Pirate Bay, the radical male-orientated cut reduces the lengthy 155 minute movie to a brisk and breezy 46 minutes. Whoever is responsible (wisely) decided to remain anonymous but titled his work: “The Last Jedi: De-Feminized Fanedit… Basically The Last Jedi minus Girlz Powah and other silly stuff.”  The edit has started a social media storm but it’s hard not to agree with some of his changes. After all, even some of the most hardcore devoted Star Wars fans had major issues with many Episode 8 plot points.…

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PUBG news: Xbox One update, Steam 1.0 changes, Fortnite new map

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds continues to lead the gaming pack when it comes to player growth. It was recently revealed that PUBG on Xbox One is proving very popular, even with the game in its current unfinished state. According to Microsoft, the Battlegrounds on Xbox One already boasts over 3 million players, within the first month of it being available to buy. The game has already seen four updates since its launch as part of the Preview Program, although many more will be needed before it can leave early access. However, PUBG…

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Did Tom Cruise INJURE himself AGAIN on Mission Impossible 6 in London? New video

The Cruister is a man on a mission.  Unfortunately the impossible part of it seems to be getting throughh an entire week without doing himself another damage. The 55-year-old has always been famously determined to perform all his own stunts within reason and was spotted swinging over the streets of Paris last year for Mission Impossible 6. His problems started when filming reached London and he smashed into teh side of a building, reportedly breaking his ankle. On his first days back in action this week, it looks like disaster…

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Nintendo Switch v PS4 sales news – Hybrid hit scores big in latest console wars update

Nintendo Switch has been on sale for less than a year but has already become hugely popular, selling fast and giving the PS4 some stiff competition. The PS4 is the most successful console this generation, selling 73.6million units since its launch back in November 2013. The PS4 is fast closing in on the lifetime sales of the PS3 and Xbox 360, which stands at 83.8million and 84million respectively. It is already the sixth best-selling home console of all time, and analysts have predicted it could sell over 100million units in…

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