Catherine Shoard and Peter Bradshaw join Henry Barnes for our weekly review of the big cinema releases. This week the team turn awfully British in the face of sexually explicit romantic drama Blue is the Warmest Colour; watch Katniss Everdeen battle her way through a second fight to the death in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire; join Robert De Niro on a lazy meander through former glories in Luc Besson's gangster comedy The Family; and get immersed in the geeky, creepy world of indie comedy Computer Chess. Plus there's an interview with Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence.
• This is the audio-only version of this week's Guardian Film Show.
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