Plus a look at the trailers for Clint Eastwood's plane-landing drama Sully and Hitchcock-borrowing bestseller adaptation The Girl on the Train.
Comedians James Cook, Gareth Berliner and Phil Pagett discuss Iranian Oscar-winner A Separation. Marvel at their valiant efforts to wring humour out of a discussion on a foreign language film about divorce and Alzheimer's. Also, chat about the controversial trailer for the Ghosbusters reboot and R-rated animation Sausage Party.
Ghostbusters (Int. Version): http://bit.ly/1Xcf1dH
Sausage Party: http://bit.ly/1RkzlVQ
A Separation: http://bit.ly/1trodKr
A Separation on Amazon: http://amzn.to/1WAXegt
Comedians James Cook, Gareth Berliner and Phil Pagett discuss MGM musical classic Singin' in the Rain as well as the trailers for Harry Potter prequel spin-off ("preq-off"?) Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and mutant sequel ("mu-quel"?) X-Men: Apocalypse. Plus chat about the Oscar winners and our verdict on sweary superhero romp Deadpool.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: http://bit.ly/1lLhijU
X-Men: Apocalypse: http://bit.ly/1NZMOqP
Singin' in the Rain: http://bit.ly/1QGqP46
Singin' in the Rain on Amazon: http://amzn.to/1ROZKOx
In the first edition of 2016, Birmingham-based comedians James Cook, Gareth Berliner and Phil Pagett discuss Luc Besson's one and only film about a trained killer, Léon: The Professional. We also check out trailers for stop-motion quirkfest Anomalisa and sci-fi sequel (or is it?) 10 Cloverfield Lane. Plus we cast an eye over the Best Picture nominations for the 2016 Academy Awards and decide definitively if they're wrong.
10 Cloverfield Lane: http://bit.ly/1OSM31h
Léon: The Professional: http://bit.ly/1z5bTav
Léon: The Professional on Amazon: http://amzn.to/1PAohEd
Full list of Oscar nominations: http://bit.ly/1WbHXCI
SEASON'S GREETINGS! It's our jam-packed Christmas special, in which Birmingham-based comedians James Cook, Gareth Berliner and Phil Pagett discuss Jon Favreau's 2003 yuletide classic Elf, as well as the trailers for ski-jumping biopic Eddie the Eagle and sci-fi disaster sequel Independence Day: Resurgence. We also select our favourite festive flicks and give our SPOILER-FILLED verdict of Star Wars: The Force Awakens (but we give plenty of warning - don't worry).