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Watch a clip from the new superhero movie Guardians of the Galaxy, visit an ice castle, join a rabbit chase – and get lucky
We start this week's video countdown with a rip-roaring ride through the snowy streets of New York City with snowboarder Casey Neistat. And if that has got your pulses racing, chill out with a visit to the Ice Castle in Midway, Utah. This is the setting for an Africanised version of the Disney theme from Frozen, Let It go. It features Alex Boyé and the One Voice Children's choir.
Feeling mellow now? Time to up the pace with a new trailer from Game of Thrones and a sneak peek at Guardians of the Galaxy – an American film based on the Marvel superhero team. The cast includes Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper, Lee Pace, Michael Rooker, Karen Gillan, Djimon Hounsou, John C. Reilly, »
- Janette Owen
Ryan Reynolds voices Theo the snail in the animated comedy Turbo from DreamWorks. Featuring a garden snail whose dream of becoming racing world champion comes true, it was one of the most popular family films of 2013.
The film is available to watch online now without a subscription, thanks to blinkbox.
Here are five reasons you should clear your schedule and watch Turbo instead:
1. It's not just for kids
Like with most DreamWorks offerings, the film is not exclusively aimed at children, and there are plenty of gags and pop culture references that all family members will enjoy. It's also surprisingly dark at times when it comes to the scary crows who terrorise the garden snail population.
2. It has a great voice cast
In the last few years, record labels have been been taking uppercuts and jabs from musicians over the issue of digital income. The latest swing came in Illinois federal court on Friday from Frank Sullivan and James Peterick, founding members of the musical group Survivor. The band is best known for its '80s single "Eye of the Tiger," which rocketed up the charts after being featured in Rocky III. Story: 'Three's Company' Rightsholder Sued by '3C' Playwright Sullivan and Peterick now allege that Sony Music has stiffed them on royalties. Specifically, the plaintiffs say their 1978 recording agreement means
- Eriq Gardner
3 items from 2014
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