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  1. The Man who directed one of the greatest comedy films of all time (Life of Brian). Also, I saw him give a promotional talk in 2004 about his book about the mysterious death of Chaucer and he was very engaging.
  2. Guardians of the Galaxy vs To Kill A Mockingbird
  3. I need to rewatch that, because Des reviewed it alongside Phantom of Paradise and thought SOF was the second coming, whereas I heavily preferred POP.
  4. American Psycho vs Addams Family Values
  6. Yes, you can help influence not only the film Pandy & I use as the joint review, but the homework we assign each other to plot the range of their career. As announced in Episode 71, our subject will be Sylvester Stallone. Pandy & I will take an executive decision on what makes the joint review by Friday 24 January so get your ideas in before then!  NB) We will not be covering Judge Dredd.
  7. I will rely on my lovely Flickchart for this: Best 2010: True Grit 2011: Tyrannosaur 2012: Les Miserables 2013: Gravity 2014: Guardians of the Galaxy 2015: Mad Max: Fury Road 2016: Deadpool 2017: Dunkirk 2018: Green Book 2019: John Wick Chapter 3 (it turns out I saw all of 4 new films in 2019 - yikes!) Favourite 2010: Black Death 2011: Bernie 2012: Skyfall 2013: Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa 2014: John Wick 2015: Mad Max: Fury Road 2016: Deadpool 2017: Ghost Stories 2018: Black Panther 2019: John Wick Chapter 3
  8. Excellent twist - so glad I wasn't spoiled!
  9. The Fugitive: First time watching, despite it being one of the biggest films of the 90s. Loved the cat and mouse interplay between Tommy Lee Jones & team (including Joey Pants) and Harrison Ford. The latter gets to show his intelligence to stay one step ahead of capture whilst hunting for the one-armed man, but without making TLJ & Co look stupid or bad at their job. The dam stunt came much earlier than I expected, but there was plenty to keep the film ticking along. Also intersting to see Stacey from House as the late Mrs Kimble. Entertaining film which very much embodies 90s movies.
  10. This podcast has caught SO many things that I haven't noticed in my past readings (3-4 times since I bought the collected series in anticipation of the movie for Comic Reel-ief).
  11. Greetings from the Brothers Wilson! Pandy's having a rest before he serves pudding.