IIAB Season 12 Episode 19, War Machine, Salvation, Friends From College

IIAB Season 12 Episode 19, War Machine, Salvation, Friends From College

What happens when Netflix decide to go Blockbuster on the politics of war? The team discusses War Machine and who Brad Pitt may or may not be playing. Armageddon gets reimagined for the small screen in Salvation and we try to decide if it is worthy of the comparison. Friends from College is added quietly by Shona who then disappears without ever having to watch it, genius or folly? On top of that the team spend more time discussing the now defunct preview segment than they would have spent previewing.

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Season 7 Episode 19 – Fury, This is where I leave you, Constantine and The Affair

It’s the tank we’ve all been waiting for this week as Brad gives the Nazis a bloody nose in Fury. Jason Bateman is Jason Bateman in This Is Where I Leave You, a heart warming tale of family breast augmentation. In TV, Dominic West tries to get his story straight in The Affair and the supernatural-but-not-too-scary genre has a new contender in Constantine.

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Season 6 Episode 6

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This week we cast an eye over some more of the Oscar 2014 shortlist. 12 Years a Slave, starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, breaks new ground in graphic ouchies. On a slightly milder note, we find out if indie movie Nebraska, a father-son road movie, has what it takes to make an impact on the big night. Laura Vandervoort’s milkshake brings all the boys to the yard in Bitten, a teen-horror sparkly-vampire type offering, except it’s rather small wolves with a social conscience in this case. Final stop is Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond, enough said really.

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Season 5 Episode 18

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The Counsellor, starring everybody, is the headliner this week, but will we have a hung jury? As Oscar season approaches, we take a look at another contender for best foreign film in Wadjda, the first, and only, and therefore bestest-ever movie to be filmed entirely in Saudi Arabia. Witches of East End sees a spirited debate about the importance of scaffolding in TV production, and Mike is accused of having unnatural motives for watching Charmed. We finish up with Almost Human, showing on Fox, where Rick Deckard teams up with Sonny the android to take down some Omnicorp scum in Team Deathmatch and get the artifact back to the Warehouse in time for tea.

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Episode11posterThe team casts a wide net on discussion points this week from the game Aliens: Colonial Marines to snowball fights! We manage to squeeze in some tv the new CBS show Golden Boy, Mike inflicts us with a review of Buck Wild, more reality tv that we really, really didn’t want to hear about! We have a glut of movies for your delectation, Killing them Softly and Insidious, 2 from the ever increasing “things we wished we watched when they came out” list. New from the box ofice this week we review Side Effects. Is there a bag of cans you ask? There might be!

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