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  A fantastic selection of brand-new titles are joining Rakuten TV this March. A mixture of films from drama, comedy, horror and more join the platform, including Superintelligence (4K HDR), Cosmic Sin, Emperor, and The Last Shift alongside The True Adventures of Wolf Boy, Wander Darkly, The Kid Detective and The Bloodhound. Joining Rakuten TV's Starzplay section is series 1 of the Iranian drama The Attaché. Plus, Rakuten TV's FREE section adds Lost in London, The Captain, The International (2009), Freddy Got Fingered and 3 Days To Kill. Watch the trailer at the link.

If audiences are looking to watch a sci-fi film but can't decide between a comedy or fantasy, look no further as Rakuten TV brings both choices this month. Superintelligence is a romantic comedy that follows an all-powerful A.I (James Corden) as he chooses to study the most average person on Earth, Carol Peters (Melissa McCarthy). The fate of the world is up to Carol as she must prove that people are worth saving, or else the A.I. will decide to enslave or destroy humanity. Switching gears, Bruce Willis is back and fighting an alien force in the newly released, epic fantasy film Cosmic Sin. In order to end an interstellar war before it starts, Ford (Willis) is tasked to lead a ragtag band of rogue soldiers and go up against an army of alien soldiers.

Moving on to a fresh new selection of dramas comes two powerful films. Praised for the chemistry between Sienna Miller and Diego Luna, Wander Darkly explores the complexity of relationships when a traumatic accident takes a couple on a disorienting journey through the duality of their shared moments. Emperor takes audiences back in time in the historical drama based on the true story of a slave, Shields Green (Dayo Okeniyi), nicknamed Emperor, who escaped to freedom and participated in abolitionist John Brown's (James Cromwell) raid on Harpers Ferry.

Comedy fans are in for a treat in March, as they can enjoy Richard Jenkins soulful performance in The Last Shift, also starring Shane Paul McGhie. Stanley (Jenkins) finally decides to quit his job at the local fast-food restaurant after 40 years of service. Tasked with hiring his own replacement, he meets Jevon (McGhie), a young, once-promising writer now on probation from the county jail. Directed by Andy Cohn, this fantastic drama provides some light-hearted comedy whilst also exploring the politics of class, identity and race. In a similar vein, The Kid Detective, starring Adam Brody, is undoubtedly the dark comedy of the year. Abe (Brody) is a self-loathing private detective, living in the shadow of his former 12-year-old self who gained fame at a young age for solving low stake mysteries. Now a grown man, a real crime falls in his lap and offers him a chance of redemption. A sharp comedy with shockingly dark twists, it’s not one to miss.
  Graeme Clark [18 Feb 2021 at 13:25]
     

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