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89 – Sweet Country, The Disaster Artist, Logan Lucky, Atomic Blonde, The Mountain Between Us

89 – Sweet Country, The Disaster Artist, Logan Lucky, Atomic Blonde, The Mountain Between Us

In what could be our final episode for 2017 – that is, if we’re not lazy enough after Christmas to do some wrap up episodes – we launch into some newer films, some older films, and a yet to be released one as well. We kick off with Warwick Thornton’s return to cinema with the exceptional Sweet Country. With The Disaster Artist, we look at the dedication and care that goes i...[Read More]

Star Trek Beyond

Star Trek Beyond

Under the direction of series newcomer, Justin Lin, this story of the crew of the Starship Enterprise doing what they do best feels like the most thematically faithful modern Star Trek film. An unknown ship appears carrying a distressed alien, her ship has been attacked and her crew mates have been captured. It’s up to the crew of the Enterprise to head off into uncharted territory and rescu...[Read More]

The Jungle Book

The Jungle Book

John Favreau’s The Jungle Book is the latest in Disney’s modernisation of their animated classics. From Maleficent to Cinderella, Disney has decided to mine their animated classic films and create live action versions of them. Here, the jungle is in fact as animated as the original 1967 film with the majority of it being created via CGI. Neel Sethi takes the crown as Mowgli, the man cub raised by ...[Read More]

47 – Youth, Beasts of No Nation, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, Manny Lewis, Best of Enemies

47 – Youth, Beasts of No Nation, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, Manny Lewis, Best of Enemies

In our first review episode for 2016, we cover some of the films from 2015 that we missed in the year. Covering the Paolo Sorrentino film Youth, followed by the Cary Fukunaga Netflix original, Beasts of No Nation, we then touch on Iranian vampires with A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night. Australian stand up comedian Carl Barron’s film Manny Lewis gets a look in before finally wrapping up with ...[Read More]