Episode 16: Superbad

Superbad

This week, we decide to review an old favourite, Judd Apatow’s ‘Superbad’. Plus, the trailer for Angelina Jolie’s upcoming film ‘By The Sea’ is analysed, as we discuss our thoughts on how she may fare as a writer.

Episode 15: Fantastic Four

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In today’s episode, everyone appears to be in complete agreement, as we review the critically-clobbered ‘Fantastic Four’. Also, Joe and Richie find it difficult not to take this opportunity to bring up the news surrounding Hollywood’s reboots recently. Positive conversation of the week: Deadpool trailer.

Episode 13: Inside Out

Joy & Sadness observe some memories in Inside Out

Emotions are running high (sorry) as the Film Night team fall in love with ‘Inside Out’ and weep their way through their review. If you listen carefully, you can hear their periods synchronise. Plus, the round one finale of Quiz Night has finally arrived. Who will be crowned King of Film and who will be left to wallow in their own disgrace? Don’t miss out!

Episode 12: Ant-Man

Paul Rudd stars in Ant Man

This week, we’re talking about the good, bad and often inexplicable features of Marvel’s ‘Ant-Man’. The question is, would this film have been better if Edgar Wright stayed and got his way..? Yes, definitely. We also discuss the news surrounding Comic-con and comic book films in general.

Episode 10: Ted

Seth MacFarlane stars in Ted

The Film Night crew take a more relaxed approach than planned to the milestone that is episode 10, as Jack is absent once more. Joe & Richie discuss Seth Macfarlane’s ‘Ted’, in the hopes that it will prepare them for the sequel and they struggle to decide whether the ‘Rocky’ spin-off ‘Creed’ will be any good. Time will tell . . .

Episode 9: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Jim Carrey & Kate Winslet star in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

The team’s finally back together again to review ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’. Controversy and deceit become clear in a very special edition of Quiz Night and the three of us scoff our way through the trailer for ‘Knock Knock’ and Keanu Reeves in general.