AS THE snow melts on another winter Olympics, it is astonishing to remember a time when this celebration of sub-zero athleticism was at the centre of one of the biggest sporting scandals of modern times.
MEXICAN film-maker Guillermo del Toro recaptures the visual splendour and simmering menace of his Oscar-winning 2006 fantasy Pan's Labyrinth with a swoon-inducing reimagining of the Beauty And The Beast fairy tale set in 1962 Baltimore.
GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN (Cert PG, 117 mins, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Drama/Romance, available from February 12 on Amazon Video/BT TV Store/iTunes/Sky Store/TalkTalk TV Store and other download and streaming services, available from February 26 on DVD £19.
FIFTY years after the Sunday Times launched the Golden Globe Race - offering a £5,000 prize for the first sailor to single-handedly navigate the world non-stop - the fate of one entrant is still anchored in uncharted waters.
THE wisecracking, adventurous spirit of Indiana Jones runs amok in Spanish co-directors Enrique Gato and David Alonso's computer-animated romp, which has been dubbed into English for undemanding viewers in the Anglophone world.
Winchester (15, 99 mins) Horror, drama Starring: Helen Mirren, Jason Clarke, Sarah Snook Director: The Spierig Brothers IN MARCH 1881, Sarah Winchester (Dame Helen Mirren) inherits a $20m fortune and a 50 per cent stake in the Winchester Repeating Arms Company following the death of her husband, William Wirt Winchester.
Coach Snoop – Season 1 (8 episodes, streaming from February 2 exclusively on Netflix, Documentary) SINCE he burst onto the music scene in 1993 with his debut album Doggystyle, California-born rapper Snoop Dogg – real name Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr – has steadily built a multimillion-dollar empire on his distinctive style.