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  • Gazza

    Gazza

    The intricacies and relationship between professional footballer Gascoigne and the press was a difficult one. One that needs to be analysed, formatted correctly and dived into deeply. Gazza tries that. It truly, truly does. No bad form to be had, a genuine attempt at understanding a wasteful dynamic between hounding from the press and a troubled man with a need for some layer of privacy to work on himself.

    - Ewan Gleadow

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  • The Disaster Artist

    The Disaster Artist

    In this episode, we discuss the non-fiction book The Disaster Artist by Greg Sestero and Tom Bissell, and the 2017 James Franco adaptation. We talk about the legacy of the "trashterpiece" The Room, the mystery that is Tommy Wiseau, and how reading about the making of a bad movie can be inspiring.

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  • Parasite

    Parasite

    Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite is a brilliant and insightful commentary on class and modern family dynamics; it’s a modern masterpiece. From start to finish, the film continually escalates situations to their highest dramatic potential, employing a masterful concept of tension, drama and appropriately-timed comedy. The film explores its themes with great depth, utilizing every character on-screen. What results is a visually rich, intelligent and unrelenting exploration of the divide between the working class and the rich and what extremes this divide…

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    With a strong direction given by Sam Raimi and some great performances, the film is able to overcome its weaker moments and tie together an above-average final product. While messy, one can only hope that the MCU will continue to allow for unique styles and choices to be made that can hopefully breathe a new life into this universe that is quickly dying project by project.

    - Carson Timar

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