91 – Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri, Toni Erdmann, The Lost City of Z, Gerald’s Game, The Devil’s Candy, The Ornothologist, Kingsman: The Golden Circle

This episode brings us up to speed with some of the older films from 2017, as well as a major Oscar hopeful. We launch in to Martin McDonagh’s latest, Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri and discuss the themes in depth before heading into a spoiler discussion of the film. Last years Oscar nominee, the epic German comedy, Toni Erdmann is stripped bare and given the extended exposure it needs. James Gray returns to the screen with his epic, powerful Amazon set film The Lost City of Z. Mike Flanagan continues his Netflix run with the horror film, Gerald’s Game. Finally, a few quick fire films are discussed, with Andrew viewing The Devil’s Candy and The Ornothologist, and Bernadette (repeatedly) watching Kingsman: The Golden Circle.

0:00 – Intro Music
0:45 – Intro
2:46 – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
13:44 – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (spoiler discussion)
28:04 – Toni Erdmann
39:40 – The Lost City of Z
51:56 – Gerald’s Game
1:03:14 – The Devil’s Candy
1:06:30 – The Ornothologist
1:08:56 – Kingsman: The Golden Circle
1:15:58 – Wrap Up

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