After an unexpected sabbatical last week, the crew are back together. Mark laments the professionalism and lack of sexism on the show while we review the Bryan Cranston move Wakefield. Family life is front and center on the show as we move from an exploration of Marriage that might have been a better play, to the effects of autism on dating with Netflix’s Atypical. Women’s Rugby gets another look in as Shona laments the Irish games and we round out the show talking about Stephen King tv adaptation Mr. Mercedes.
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This week we start off with thoughts on the SuperBowl movie trailers. Our first movie is Lone Survivor, an offbeat sequel to Team America, but can it live up to the poignancy of the original? Matthew McConaughey’s mournful eyes plead for a burger in Dallas Buyers Club and generates a great deal of good will, but there’s always one. Mark has a crisis of conscience in reviewing Benefit Street, a documentary about life on social welfare. Mike also has a crisis this one of the mid-life kind as he sees Greg Kinnear having way too much fun in Rake.
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