It’s been more than a decade since viewers were last exploring the world of Pandora, but when an ancient threat resurfaces, the lads must fight to save the Na’vi (spoilers for both Avatar films from 34:30).
This week, the lads get into the Christmas spirit while trying not to antagonise their neighbours by reviewing Deck The Halls. There’s also a big announcement from Richie, a debrief of the 22nd series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! and a brief chat about Charlotte Wells’ Aftersun.
Intro – Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree by Brenda Lee
We’re back with a bumper episode this week! The lads kick off with a discussion on this year’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! followed by two films watched at Leeds International Film Festival – Huesera (spoilers: 40:40 – 52:02) and Incredible But True (spoilers: 56:55 – 1:06:02). There’s also talk on Martin McDonagh’s return to the big screen with The Banshees of Inisherin (spoilers: 1:13:40 – 1:22:23).
Intro – Walking Home Alone by Carter Burwell
Outro – The Mystery of Inisherin by Carter Burwell
This week, we take it back to the 50s and visit the beautiful town of Victory to review Olivia Wilde’s much-talked-about Don’t Worry Darling (spoilers: 48:20 – 1:27:55). The lads also discuss the controversy surrounding the film before, during and after its release.
Intro – The Right Time by Ray Charles
Outro – Music For a Sushi Restaurant by Harry Styles
Bros, the four besties are seriously vibing over Bodies Bodies Bodies this week (spoilers 43:37 – 1:16:20). Richie finally manages to wear Woody down on The Lord of the Rings debate, before discussions turn to13 Lives, The Rehearsal and our interest in Avatar: The Way of Water.
This week, we’re reviewing… Yep, you guessed it, Nope (spoilers: 55:56 – 1:35:11). Other topics include Bodies Bodies Bodies, Three Thousand Years of Longing, Don’t Worry Darling (note, this was recorded before the alleged spit incident) & Weird: The Al Yankovic Story.
Intro – This Is The Lost Generation by The Lost Generation
We’re playing with the boys this week as we review Top Gun: Maverick (spoilers: 52:57 – 1:21:00) . We also discuss recent watches including Jurassic World Dominion, Men, Stranger Things and Better Call Saul.
This week, we’re looking into the strange disappearance of Jack with the help of Matthew Phillip Michael “Tepi” Mclaughlin, whilst reviewing Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (spoilers: 37:21 – 1:06:48). Also, we discuss recent stand ups from Ricky Gervais, Alan Partridge and Tepi’s thoughts on Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore.
Intro – People are Strange by The Doors
Outro – Kissin’ in the Back Row of the Movies by The Drifters
This week, there are an infinite number of possible opinions for us to have on Everything Everywhere All at Once (spoilers: 31:39 – 1:07:54), so this review is meaningless. We also discuss a couple of Richard Linklater films after a message from Woody brings to light a controversial Letterboxd rating. Other topics include the IMDB top 250 movies list, Better Call Saul, Spencer & Jackass 4.5.
Intro – This Is A Life by Son Lux, Mitski & David Byrne
Outro – Clair de Lune (Pied au Piano) by Son Lux & Chris Pattishall
This week, we know exactly how Nic Cage is feeling as we review The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent (spoilers: 38:22 – 59:33). We also discuss Sean Baker’s Red Rocket & Richard Linklater’s Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood.
Intro – Down by the Corner by Creedance Clearwater Revival
This week, the boys hit up Gotham to discuss their favourite caped crusader, The Batman (spoilers: 1:02:27 – 1:26:50). As well as discussing Matt Reeves’ latest film the lads delve into the possibilities of a ‘shared universe’ for Robert Pattinson’s superhero.
Intro: The Batman (from “The Batman”) by Michael Giacchino
Outro: Catwoman (from “The Batman”) by Michael Giacchino