Anne Hathaway

80 – Hounds of Love, Get Out, 20th Century Women, Colossal, Split

80 – Hounds of Love, Get Out, 20th Century Women, Colossal, Split

There are eighty of these review things? Well then, lets get onto it. We cover the old and the new on this episode as we live in Australia and universal release dates are a foreign language to us. First of all we discuss the new West Australian made thriller, Hounds of Love. Then we go back to early 2017 America with Jordan Peele’s horror, Get Out. Then we go further back and get all ‘...[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 served up reviews on Man Up, Song One and Miss You Already. Foll...[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 you with the biggest earworm of the year. Follow us on twitte...[Read More]

Favourite & Forgotten Films with Challenging Female Characters.

Favourite & Forgotten Films with Challenging Female Characters.

Since Andrew and I started podcasting and sharing our opinions about movies I have found myself wandering through the canals of my movie experiences past, none more so than after watching the magnificent Mad Max: Fury Road. When I told people that I cried a little during Mad Max: Fury Road I was greeted with puzzled and slightly concerned looks. No it isn’t a weepy, but for me as a film fan, the t...[Read More]