Check out what’s coming up for half-term. Time to have a well earned rest, put your feet up and reach for the popcorn!
Firefly Lane (Netflix)
Based on the bestselling book by Kristin Hannah. This is a story of two inseparable best friends over the decades. This novel is about a generation of women who are both blessed and cursed by their choices.
To All the Boys Always and Forever (Netflix)
The third and final part in this popular ‘teen’ All The Boys film series. Lara Jean Covey prepares to leave high school, a couple of life-changing trips lead her to imagine what a life after graduation will look like. From 12th February
To Olivia (NowTV.com)
Road Dahl( Hugh Bonnerville) and Patricia Neal (Keeley Hawes) retreated to the English countryside to bring up their young family. Their lives are devastated by the death of their daughter Olivia, the couple struggle through their shared grief which changes their lives for ever. Available 19th February
The Informer (Prime Video)
Ex-con and former special operations soldier recruited by the FBI, Pete Koslow uses his skills to try and take down the most powerful crime boss in New York, the General. Pete finds himself in a crossfire between the mob and the FBI. He returns to prison and must find a way to escape from the clutches of the law and the General.
David Bowie – The Last Five Years (HBO)
This intimate portrait looks in to David Bowie’s final years. The last five years ended nearly a decade of silence where he had an extraordinary burst of activity producing two ground breaking albums and musical. A glimpse of the man behind the legend told by people who knew him best – his friends and artistic collaborators.
Soul (Disney +)
Jamie Foxx leads an all-star cast in this hilarious heart-filled adventure. Pixar’s ‘Soul’ introduces Joe, who lands the gig of his life at the best jazz club in town. But one misstep lands him in a fantastical place: The Great Before. He teams up with soul 22 and together they find the answers to some of life’s biggest questions.
Rick Stein’s Cornwall TV Series (BBC 2)
Rick Stein travels around Cornwall sharing food and drink, art and culture from around the county.