THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST, DEADPOOL, BERLIN SYNDROME
This week’s show has a very different vibe compared to last week’s laughter and cough fest. Maybe Dave and Dwayne take their film reviewing career more seriously than Russ and Chris, maybe not.
This episode has a real mixed bag of reviews. We have everything from a late 80’s war movie to a modern thriller. We even have time to throw in a historical drama that ignites a furious disagreement between Moid and Dwayne. Moid won the argument by default after Dwayne resorted to name calling which Moid edited out later.
12:00 CASUALTIES OF WAR (1989)
Dave reviews this almost forgotten Vietnam movie starring Michael J Fox and Sean Penn. Dave is a self proclaimed Brian De Palma fan, will this live up to his expectations?
28:55 THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST (2004)
Always near the front of the queue when it comes to provocation and controversy (well, not really, he only watched a film) Moid reviews the Mel Gibson directed phenomenon, The Passion of the Christ. Was it worth the hype? Is it actually any good? What’s Mel Gibson’s problem?
44:48 BERLIN SYNDROME (2017)
Dwayne has been making the most of his Netflix subscription and actually watched a film since he was last on the show.
53:50 DEADPOOL (2016)
You read that right. We wouldn’t normally review a film that everybody has seen and nobody wants to hear about but we didn’t have the heart to stop Dave. He was so proud to have watched a superhero film we let him have his 10 minutes of fun.
1:00:40 QUESTION TIME
This weeks question is from our spiritual second home, San Francisco.
Harry asks our opinion on remakes and reboots.