Season 12 Episode 13 The White Princess, The Comedien, Girl Boss

Season 12 Episode 13 The White Princess, The Comedien, Girl Boss

The world went mad for Boss Baby, but can any human truly be ready for Girl Boss? We hearken the old speak and the olden manner of making the entitlements known after the beheading and the betrothing in ye White Princess. Robert De Niro, an actor who used to be a big deal, takes on the role of an actor who used to be a big deal, now reduced to peddling memories to pay the bills. Stranger than fiction in The Comedian.

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Season 12 Episode 10 Life, Get Out, Imaginary Mary, The Good Fight

If Ryan Reynolds dies in an airlock and nobody sees him, is he still ridiculously good looking? That’s Life, a bug hunt in space with no cats. Good Wife spinoff Good Fight gets all lawyered up and provokes a row about Tom Cruise’s finest legal movies. Cartoon hybrid Imaginary Mary brings out our nurturing instincts as a woman tired of being alone becomes part of a family using the wisdom of childhood. Cough. Shona is a little rusty on her return and makes the rookie mistake of asking Mike his opinion about the identity politics of horror smash hit Get Out.

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Season 12 Episode 1 Assassin’s Creed, Passengers, Beyond, Spies

Season 12 Episode 1 Assassin’s Creed, Passengers, Beyond, Spies

New year and a new Bicycrew? Not even a little! The gang are one woman short but struggling on regardless as they try to figure out if having played Assasin’s Creed, a video game of a movie of the game helps in reviewing it, or just means you need to get out more. Mark and Mike try to take Steve through the subtle nuance that separates Stone Cold Steve Austen from John Cena. Mike decides to take one for the team, opting for Jennifer Lawrence in a bikini and performing a solo review of Passengers; a story of what our Steve would do if he was trapped on a 120 year space flight. We debate the benefit of mental vs physical as the makers of the SAS reality TV show turn their hand to spies in the aptly named Spies. To complete the list comes another disappearing person returns with powers show, Beyond, a show that may or may not have a chance of winning our approval depending on whether Mike folds his arms or not.

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