Kate Winslet

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]

51 – Spotlight, Room, Steve Jobs, Deadpool

51 – Spotlight, Room, Steve Jobs, Deadpool

In our pre-Oscar episode, we review some award hopeful films. Starting off with possible-Best Picture favourite Spotlight which has picked up major nominations as Best Picture, Best Director, Best Supporting Actor and Actress, Best Screenplay and Best Editing. Best Picture nominee Room also has hopeful wins for Best Actress, Director, Adapted Screenplay. Steve Jobs showcases Michael Fassbender as ...[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. Give it a listen and then listen to other episodes of the sho...[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. Read...[Read More]