Brendan and Jason dive into the British Film Institute's Top 100 British Films of All-Time list. What does that mean? Well, they'll be exploring each film's significance, if it deserves its place in history and answering questions and comments from you, the listeners.
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This week, the guys go back to the list and watch the movie that nearly won Charlotte Rampling an Oscar - 45 Years. They talk about Rampling's tremendous face acting, how the cinematography and scenery highlight the growing isolation and emotional se... more
And now for something... completely similar! One more for the road! This week, the guys talk about the ill-fated sequel The Descent Part 2. Surely we can just do exactly the same thing again but put some dudes in it too and it will be equally as good... more
And now for something... completely similar! This week, the guys are A House Divided™ as they discuss Duncan Jones' passion project, the Netflix Original - Mute. Does Justin Theroux's character NEED to be a pedophile? Why does this film have a seemin... more
Seven minutes into The Ipcress File episode and they’re still snickering and wheezing the kind of smug inane rambling “banter” that makes me want to punch most “two pasty guys in a basement” podcasters in the throat.
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