Wall to wall TV this week starting with a far ranging debate on whether remaking Seven Seconds in a foreign language would make it a better show and if we really forgive show runner Veena Sud for The Killing. Troy: Fall of a City sounds like a histocumentary so picture our glee when it opens with a romp in a hayfield, but is it rompy-good or chafey-bad. Last up is This Close, a show in english with full subtitles required; confusing? Let the Bicycrew explain in our first March episode!
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Mark returns to the podcast after a brief hiatus on stage, Shona also returns to bolster the group as we delve into ancient fake history in the guise of the 300 sequel Rise of an Empire. When is a movie a B movie? Mike waxes philosophical as we discuss The Bag Man with John Cusack and Bobby De Niro. On TV we find a divisive ambulance sit com – Sirens. Sometimes even Khal Drogo needs some easy cash, and we review how that works out in Red Road, where Mike tries to convince us that sometimes whether you are a member of an Indian Tribe or not doesn’t mean you aren’t an Indian
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