Adam Driver

77 – T2 Trainspotting, Silence, Paterson, Christine

77 – T2 Trainspotting, Silence, Paterson, Christine

On this episode of AB Film Review we cover a few truly great films – namely, Danny Boyle’s Trainspotting sequel T2 Trainspotting, Martin Scorsese’s long awaited 17th Century religious epic Silence, creating an Adam Driver pairing is Jim Jarmusch’s Paterson and finally the essential film about Christine Chubbuck’s life starring Rebecca Hall, Christine. As usual, lots o...[Read More]

55 – Eddie the Eagle, Midnight Special, The Jungle Book, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, Z for Zachariah

55 – Eddie the Eagle, Midnight Special, The Jungle Book, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, Z for Zachariah

Explicit Content It’s a bit all over the shop this week as we look at the Olympic underdog tale of Michael ‘Eddie’ Edwards in Eddie the Eagle. Jeff Nichols once again proves himself as a talent to keep an eye on with the sci-fi-esque Midnight Special. Andrew politely rips into The Jungle Book, while Bernadette talks about My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2. Finally, the Young Adult book ...[Read More]

Star Wars: The Force Awakens Spoiler Discussion

Star Wars: The Force Awakens Spoiler Discussion

Alright, no mucking around here, the following podcast is a 110% SPOILER DISCUSSION of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It’s finally here. Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The non-Mac & Me remake that Andrew was hoping for. In this episode we go FULL SPOILERS with a long rundown from two non-Star Wars fans for one of the biggest films of the decade and most likely the biggest film of the year....[Read More]

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

The first thing to keep in mind about The Force Awakens is that, just like Creed, it wants to remind you of the joy and wonder that you felt when you watched the very first Star Wars film. The same thematic beats exist in this seventh installment as appeared in the first film – a parentless scavenger on a sand planet, a escapee who stores a precious secret within a droid, a giant planet dest...[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. Finally, vegetarians run for the hills! Hungry Hearts is give...[Read More]