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Podcast AB Film Review

46 – Mississippi Grind, The Night Before, Tangerine, Girlhood

46 – Mississippi Grind, The Night Before, Tangerine, Girlhood

We go gambling with Ben Mendelsohn and Ryan Reynolds with Mississippi Grind, go out looking for a Christmas party with Joseph Gordon Levitt, Seth Rogen and Anthony Mackie in The Night Before. Downtown LA celebrates Christmas Eve with Tangerine and finally, the French film Girlhood is looked into as well. Discussion point times: Mississipp...[Read More]

45 – The Project, 99 Homes, Tehran Taxi, Cop Car

45 – The Project, 99 Homes, Tehran Taxi, Cop Car

In this episode things get a little bit heated as we discuss The Program and 99 Homes. Bernadette defends Andrew Garfield’s acting. Andrew doesn’t think he’s very good. I guess that’s a spoiler right there. We also re-discuss a film we talked about earlier this year, Jafar Panahi’s Taxi – or Tehran Taxi...[Read More]

War Machine VS War Horse – By the Sea (Revolutionary Road VS Certified Copy)

War Machine VS War Horse – By the Sea (Revolutionary Road VS Certified Copy)

Hands down one of my favourite podcasts out there is Michael Denniston’s War Machine VS War Horse – which you can find on Following Films. We were lucky enough to guest on a couple of episodes, starting off with an extra long discussion on By the Sea, alongside an extended discussion on Revolutionary Road and Certified Copy. G...[Read More]

44 – Creed, Kumiko The Treasure Hunter, The Hunting Ground, Dope

44 – Creed, Kumiko The Treasure Hunter, The Hunting Ground, Dope

Man Tears: The Musical – Andrew stars in this much anticipated sequel to Cinderella Man: Eternal Tears. Creed pulls on heart strings that Andrew had no idea he had. Many tears are had. Much hyperbole is delivered. In this episode of the AB Film Review, Andrew and Bernadette are no longer beholden to ruminents – those damn shee...[Read More]

43 – By the Sea, Mistress America, Force Majeure, The Secret in Their Eyes

43 – By the Sea, Mistress America, Force Majeure, The Secret in Their Eyes

In an attempt to write better Podcast episode summaries, I’ve decided to give a little bit more of a run down of what happens in each episode. I have no idea if people even read these things or not. Do you? I do sometimes. Most of the time I just hit play on the podcast and go right ahead into the audio glory that awaits. Is this ep...[Read More]

42 – Brooklyn, The End of the Tour, The Lobster, Hungry Hearts

42 – Brooklyn, The End of the Tour, The Lobster, Hungry Hearts

We get a little serious in this episode as we discuss Oscar hopeful Brooklyn. The absurd comedy starring Colin Farrell, Colin Farrell’s mustache and narration by Rachel Weisz, The Lobster gets assessed. The biopic The End of the Tour gets a look in with all the seriousness and depth that a film about David Foster Wallace deserves. F...[Read More]

41 – The Dressmaker, Bridge of Spies, Burnt, Man Up, Song One, Miss You Already

41 – The Dressmaker, Bridge of Spies, Burnt, Man Up, Song One, Miss You Already

It’s frocks in the outback and spies in the kitchen in this episode where we look at the new Kate Winslet drama comedy thingo The Dressmaker. Andrew tells us all about why Bridge of Spies is simply minor-Spielberg and why he needs to stop making films about ‘The War’. We head into the kitchen with Burnt and then get serv...[Read More]

40 – Iris, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, A Most Violent Year, That Sugar Film, Love is Strange

40 – Iris, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, A Most Violent Year, That Sugar Film, Love is Strange

Arguments ensue as we discuss Me and Earl and the Dying Girl and look at the documentaries Iris and That Sugar Film. The romance Love is Strange gets a brief look in before we essay the oil industry with A Most Violent Year. Follow us on twitter at ABFilmReview, Facebook at ABFilmReview, or on the Podbros Network. Feel free to leave us a ...[Read More]

39 – Crimson Peak, The Walk, The Visit, Blinky Bill: The Movie

39 – Crimson Peak, The Walk, The Visit, Blinky Bill: The Movie

The fields are red with crimson mud with Guillermo del Toro’s gothic romance, Crimson Peak. Bernadette goes to the highest of highs with Robert Zemickis’ The Walk whilst Andrew looks at the Australian animation Blinky Bill: The Movie. An argument raises its head with M. Night Shyamalan’s The Visit. Follow us on twitter a...[Read More]

38 – Legend, The Martian, The Intern, Black Mass

38 – Legend, The Martian, The Intern, Black Mass

In an episode that finds Andrew and Bernadette agreeing on some films, we still find them managing to argue against each other still. For some reason, their ability to see eye to eye fails here when discussing Oscar hopefuls Legend, The Martian and Black Mass. They also look at the latest Nancy Meyers film The Intern. Also, they provide y...[Read More]

37 – Macbeth, Sicario, Everest, Dear White People

37 – Macbeth, Sicario, Everest, Dear White People

Straight off the back of our one star iTunes review, we hit the ground running in an epic discussion of Justin Kurzel’s Macbeth. Drugs and deserts get a look in with Denis Villeneuve’s Sicario. We stare directly into the abyss with Everest and finally get a lecture on racism with Dear White People. Follow us on twitter at ABFi...[Read More]

36 – The Wolfpack, Straight Outta Compton, Cut Snake, Creep, Dark Places, True Story, Hot Pursuit, Faults

36 – The Wolfpack, Straight Outta Compton, Cut Snake, Creep, Dark Places, True Story, Hot Pursuit, Faults

Bernadette says sickness be damned! and makes her way through episode 36 discussing the recent documentary The Wolfpack. An argument threatens to begin with Straight Outta Compton. Andrew takes a look at the new Australian crime drama Cut Snake, as well as new horror flick Creep. Bernadette runs down Dark Places, True Story and Hot Pursui...[Read More]