Jennifer Hudson, Respect, Herself, Copshop and The Voyeurs

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Mark and Simon’s guest is Jennifer Hudson, who talks to us about her role as Aretha Franklin in Respect, which tells the story of the icon’s career from a child singing in her father's church's choir, to her international superstardom. Plus we have reviews of Herself, Phyllida Lloyd’s film about a young mother who escapes her abusive husband and fights back against a broken housing system; First World War drama The War Below about a group of British miners who are recruited to tunnel underneath no man's land in the hope of breaking a deadly stalemate; The Collini Case, about a young lawyer who stumbles upon a vast conspiracy while investigating a brutal murder case; Copshop, about a cunning con artist on the run from a lethal assassin; The Voyeurs, starring Sydney Sweeney; Sweet Thing, about two siblings and their struggle to find solid ground in the homes of their alcoholic father and negligent mother. And classic drama The Servant is reissued. Plus we’ll be attempting to solve those maddening movies you half-remember from years ago in WTF - What’s That Film. Send us your sub 20 second instant reaction to any film attached to an email to mayo@bbc.co.uk for our feature ‘Lobby Correspondents’. Download our podcast from the Baby Sea Clowns app. We welcome your contributions: Email: mayo@bbc.co.uk Twitter: @wittertainment 00:22:13 Box Office Top 10 00:46:11 The Collini Case Review 00:49:32 Respect Clip / Jennifer Hudson Interview 01:02:48 Respect Review 01:18:49 Herself Review 01:24:30 TV Movie of the Week 01:29:20 The Voyeurs Review 01:32:53 Ninjababy Review 01:35:38 The War Below Review 01:44:54 Copshop Review 01:55:08 The Servant Review

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