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Movie Squad: 2016 Wrap Up

Friday 23rd December / presented by Caitlin Nienaber

Dim the lights and set out the snacks, it’s time to head to the cinema.

It’s all about the Boxing Day and New Years Day releases on the final Movie Squad of 2016.

Simon had a look at the film adaptation of the popular video game  Assassin’s Creed, Paterson starring Adam Driver, and the new film about Australia’s favourite dog, Red Dog: True Blue.

Tristan also reviews a trio of films; the sci-fi release starring Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence, Passengers, the WWII drama Allied and the feel good comedy Why Him?.

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