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Flixwatcher: A Netflix Film Review Podcast

Every week the Flixwatcher crew team up with other podcasters to talk about what to watch on Netflix! Flixwatcher is hosted by Helen Sadler and Kobi Omenaka. Every episode discusses and rates a film from Netflix as chosen by special guests from other podcasts using our unique Flixwatcher scoring system. We tackle classic films including Woody Allen's "Manhattan" and "Pulp Fiction" , Netflix Originals such as "Amanda Knox" and "Beasts of No Nation" through to bargain bin b-movies such as Sharknado 3. The choice what to watch on Netflix is given wholly to the podcaster guests. Team Flixwatcher has no say in what they watch from the huge Netflix library! Tune in every week to get Netflix film recommendations and rejections with spoilers guaranteed! If you are ever struggling with what to watch on Netflix then this is the podcast for you! If you do want to skip to the end that is when you'll get all of our film scores using our unique Flixwatcher Netflix scoring system! Tell your friends AND SUBSCRIBE!
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Sep 15, 2021

Paul Costello and Emma Kathryn from The Yearbook Committee podcast return to Flixwatcher remotely to review Paul’s choice Adaptation. Adaptation is the 2002 Charlie Kaufman comedy-drama directed by Spike Jonze and starring Nicolas Cage as Kaufman and his fictional twin brother Donald. It also stars Meryl Streep as real life author Susan Orlean and an Oscar winning Chris Cooper as John Laroche. Adaptation fuses fiction - Donald, the relationship between Orlean and Laroche - with real life - Kaufman’s writers block and The Orchid Thief - the end result is a mind bending mash of genres. Adaptation is equally funny and heartbreaking at the same time and often unexpectedly. Cage delivers a career best and received an Oscar nomination as both the doubting and obsessive Charlie and the happy go lucky and dorky Donald.   [supsystic-tables id=234] However, Adaptation is weird and not for everyone and that is the caveat for recommendability scores. A score lower repeat viewing but higher for engagement gives Adaptation and overall score of 3.97. What do you guys think? Have you seen Adaptation? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

Episode #222 Crew Links

Thanks to Episode #222 Crew of Emma Kathryn (@GirlofGotham) and Paul Costello (@PaulCinephile) from YearbookPodcast

Find their Websites online at https://www.twitch.tv/girlofgotham
 

And at https://twitter.com/FatalAttractPod And at https://letterboxd.com/PaulCinephile/ And at https://linktr.ee/YearbookPodcast   Please make sure you give them some love

More about Adaptation

For more info on Adaptation, you can visit Adaptation IMDb page here or Adaptation Rotten Tomatoes page here.  

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Sep 8, 2021

Simon Williams (You’re Gonna Need A Bigger Boat film quiz) and David Trumble (artist/cartoonist/illustrator) return to Flixwatcher remotely to review Simon’s choice Demolition Man. Demolition Man is 1993 sci-fi action comedy film starring Sylvester Stallone as John Spartan (The Demolition Man), Wesley Snipes as Simon Phoenix and Sandra Bullock as Lieutenant Lenina Huxley. In the year 2032, Spartan and Phoenix are cryogenically frozen after the events in 1996 where hostages were killed and in this future crime has been eradicated in the newly formed San Angeles (a merger of Los Angeles, San Diego, and Santa Barbara). After Phoenix is thawed during a parole hearing and escapes, Spartan is thawed to chase him down and in doing so leaves a trail of demolition. Primarily an action film, Demolition Man is also very funny and quite ridiculous, the myth of the purpose of the three seashells lives on today and holds up as a satire still today.   [supsystic-tables id=233] Demolition Man was a popular rewatch for Flixwatcher and guests and it scored highly on recommendability but less high on engagement to score a very respectable 4.05 overall. What do you guys think? Have you seen Demolition Man? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

Episode #221 Crew Links

Thanks to Episode #221 Crew of Simon Williams (@film_quiz) and David Trumble (@Drumble) from You’re Gonna Need A Bigger Boat

Find their Websites online at https://www.quizevents.com/
 

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More about Demolition Man

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Sep 1, 2021

Akin Aworan (The Swinging Palm Tree Podcast) and Ashanti Omkar (film critic and journalist) return to Flixwatcher remotely to review Akin’s choice Da 5 Bloods. Da 5 Bloods is the Netflix 2020 Spike Lee joint. Paul (Delroy Lindo - unbelievably snubbed by the Academy), Otis (Clarke Peters), Eddie (Norm Lewis), Melvin (Isiah Whitlock Jr.) and their squad leader Norman (Chadwick Boseman in one of his final roles) are the “Bloods”. A close knit squad of US Army black soldiers during the Vietnam war who after securing the site of a C.I.A plane and it’s cargo of gold, decide to bury it for themselves and in the process Norman is killed by gunfire. Present day a landslide has made the buried treasure reachable and the remaining Bloods plus David’s son Paul head back into the jungle to Repatriate the body of Norman and retrieve their gold. Da 5 Bloods is a mixed bag, the ensemble cast is incredible - Delroy was robbed - but no effect was made to de age the actors for the flashbacks, the contribution by black US soldiers in the Vietnam war is finally recognised but there are scenes that wouldn’t be out of place in Tropic Thunder than take it from satire to farce. With a run time of over two hours and 30 minutes it’s also longer than it needs to be.   [supsystic-tables id=231] Flixwatcher and guests scored Da 5 Bloods quite highly on recommendability, less highly on repeat viewing (mostly due to the excessive runtime) and engagement (also due to the excessive runtime) to give an overall score of 3.56. What do you guys think? Have you seen Da 5 Bloods? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

Episode #220 Crew Links

Thanks to Episode #220 Crew of Ashanti Omkar (@AshantiOmkar) and Akin Aworan (@akinaworan) from The Swinging Palm Tree Podcast

Find their Websites online at https://twitter.com/londoncritics

And at https://twitter.com/CCMusicUK And at https://twitter.com/BRITs And at https://twitter.com/BIFA_film And at https://twitter.com/sundancefest And at https://linktr.ee/theswingingpalmtreespodcast Please make sure you give them some love

More about Da 5 Bloods

For more info on Da 5 Bloods, you can visit Da 5 Bloods IMDb page here or Da 5 Bloods Rotten Tomatoes page here.  

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Aug 25, 2021

Barbara (Over/underated: a music podcast with Babs and Fran) and Sophie (It’s An S Pod Thing!) join Flixwatcher remotely to review Babs choice Superbad. Superbad is a 2007 coming of age comedy starring Jonah Hill, Michael Cera and Christopher Mintz-Plasse as school friends Seth, Evan and Fogel (McLovin), directed by Greg Mottola and produced by Judd Apatow. Determined to lose their virginity before going to college Seth and Evan get invited to Jules party and promise to buy the booze with Fogel’s fake McLovin ID. Of course nothing goes to plan and McLovin is kidnapped by two police officers (Bill Haded and Seth Rogen) while Seth and Evan end up at a bizarre house party in a quest to secure the booze that will impress the girls enough for them to sleep together. It’s difficult to view Superbad’s main narrative of getting girls drunk enough to sleep with Seth and Evan and the endless stream of homophobic jokes as being harmless and of it’s time - it’s questionable how funny it was is 2007. That said Jonah Hill is still brilliant and there are some painfully accurate moments of teenage male friendship to just about redeem it.   [supsystic-tables id=230] In light of being viewed in 2020 scores for Superbad from Flixwatcher and guests were pretty even and everyone was in agreement - averaging a three for recommendability to score 3.25 overall. What do you guys think? Have you seen Superbad? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

Episode #219 Crew Links

Thanks to Episode #219 Crew of Sophie Davies (@ItsSophieDavies) and Bárbara Mendes-Jorge (@flame_me_up) from @SPodThing

And at https://twitter.com/greatbigowl And at https://twitter.com/OUmusicpod And at https://linktr.ee/overunderratedmusicpod Please make sure you give them some love

More about Superbad

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Aug 18, 2021

Liz Campbell and Zach Fortais-Gomm from Realms of Peril and Glory (actual play podcast launching 18 August) return to Flixwatcher remotely to review Zach’s choice Shrek 2.

Shrek 2 sees the return of Mike Myers Shrek, his newlywed Fiona (Cameron Diaz), Donkey (Eddie Murphy) plus new additions of Puss in Boots (Antonia Banderas) and Fairy Godmother (Jennifer Saunders).

Shrek, Fiona and Donkey head to the kingdom of Far Far Away to attend a ball thrown by Fiona’s parents to celebrate their wedding. Shocked to see their daughter and son-in-law as ogres they predictably end up all falling out. Elsewhere the Fairy Godmother is displeased her son Prince Charming did not marry Fiona as agreed by her father and sets out a plan for revenge.

Shrek, like its predecessor, parodies other films based on fairy tales, features references to American popular culture and features an endless soundtrack of popular songs and cover versions.

 

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Feelings for Shrek ranged from very high - Zach and Liz - to less engaged - Helen. Flixwatcher and guests were in agreement though on engagement though and Shrek 2 scores 3.40 overall.

What do you guys think? Have you seen Shrek 2? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

 

Episode #218 Crew Links

Thanks to Episode #218 Crew of Zach Fortais-Gomm (@zackfg) and Liz Campbell (@LizxCampbell) from RealmsPod

Find their Websites online at https://twitter.com/RealmsPod

And at https://twitter.com/QuidProEuro

And at https://www.lightandtragic.com/

And at https://twitter.com/Victoriocity

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And at https://twitter.com/OrphansAudio

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Aug 11, 2021

Jake Cunningham and Michael Leder (Ghibliotheque - A Podcast About Studio Ghibli and Ghibliotheque: The Unofficial Guide to the Movies of Studio Ghibli) join Flixwatcher remotely to review Jake’s choice Deep Impact.

Deep Impact is a 1997 science-fiction disaster movie starring Robert Duvall, Téa Leoni, Elijah Wood and Morgan Freeman. Teenage amateur astronomer Leo Beiderman (Wood) spots an unidentified light in the sky and sends it to Dr. Marcus Wolf who recognises it as a comet on a direct path to earth. On his way to sound the alarm his car crashes. One year later, journalist Jenny Lerner (Leoni) accidentally uncovers ELE (Extinction Level Event) not Ellie as she first thinks. Tom Beck (Freeman), the President of the United States announces the news to the world that the comet is on course to impact the Earth in roughly one year and could cause humanity's extinction.

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Is Deep Impact the last greatest blockbuster of the 20th century? Cruelly barged out of the Box Office by the louder, brasher Armageddon, Deep Impact has possibly aged much better and hits more on an emotional level. It scores highly across recommendability, loses some points on the small screen to score an exact 4 overall.

What do you guys think? Have you seen Deep Impact? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

 

Episode #217 Crew Links

Thanks to Episode #217 Crew of Jake Cunningham (@jakehcunningham) and Michael Leader (@MichaelJLeader) from Ghibliotheque

Find their Websites online at https://twitter.com/bfi

And at https://twitter.com/littledotstudio

And at https://twitter.com/lwlies

And at https://twitter.com/theipaper

And at https://twitter.com/BIFA_film

 

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Aug 4, 2021

Tremors is the 1990s (not 80s!) monster horror comedy starring Kevin Bacon as Valentine and Fred Ward as Earl, two handymen working in Perfection, Nevada. Fed up with dead end jobs decide to leave but on their way out of town discover a local resident Edgar, dead at the top of electric pylon - apparently scared to dead. They later discover the remains local Shepherd Fred and find themselves joining forces with the remaining residents in a battle against giant deadly land worms.   [supsystic-tables id=227] Tremors excels in not taking itself too serious and the general census is the level of gross and gore falls on the right side of good bad, not bad. This was a first time watch for Scott and he was not disappointed - giving it a straight five for recommendability. Scores for Tremors were high across all Flixwatcher categories to score 3.88 overall. What do you guys think? Have you seen Tremors? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

Episode #216 Crew Links

Thanks to Episode #216 Crew of Tiberius Hardy (@TiberiusHardy) and Cam Smith (@camvsmith) from SpyHards Podcast

Find their Websites online at http://www.camvsmith.com/
 

And at https://linktr.ee/SpyHards And at https://twitter.com/QTTMedia And at https://twitter.com/Podbreed   Please make sure you give them some love

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Jul 28, 2021

GLProUK’s Tony Gordon (How To Write A Tune, Bones Knows) and Jay Ludgrove (The Jaily Show) return to Flixwatcher remotely to review Tony’s choice Fury. Fury is a 2014 war drama written and directed by David Ayer it stars Brad Pitt as Don "War Daddy" Collier, Shia LaBoeuf as Boyd "Bible" Swan, Logan Lerman as Norman "Machine" Ellison, Michael Peña as Trini "Gordo" Garcia and Jon Bernthal as Grady "Coon-Ass" Travis. Set in 1945, the Western Allied invasion of Germany meets fanatical Schutzstaffel resistance - War Daddy and his crew are leading the defence in their tank, affectionately named ‘Fury’. While the storyline is fictional, Fury and War Daddy are authentic - American tank commander Staff Sergeant Lafayette G. "War Daddy" Pool’s experience influenced Pitt’s War Daddy and was filmed in the UK due to the availability of functional Sherman tanks to be borrowed. Heavy on machismo and violence Fury doesn’t shy away from the realities of war and the Second World War specifically (dead horses being eaten).   [supsystic-tables id=226] Fury opens with Brad Pitt stabbing a German in the eye - if that is your thing then you’ll probably enjoy Fury - if it’s not then maybe give this one a miss. The scores for Fury reflect this and it scores a very respectable 3.98 overall. What do you guys think? Have you seen Fury? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

Episode #215 Crew Links

Thanks to Episode #215 Crew of Jay Ludgrove and Tony Gordon from GLProductions    Please make sure you give them some love

More about Fury

For more info on Fury, you can visit  Fury IMDb page here or Fury Rotten Tomatoes page here.  

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Jul 21, 2021

Will Collins (screenwriter for Wolfwalkers) and Kevin Lehane (screenwriter for Grabbers) from The Best Bits podcast return to Flixwatcher remotely to review Will’s choice No Country for Old Men. No Country for Old Men is the multi award-winning (Best Picture, Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay at the Oscars) 2007 neo-Western crime thriller from Joel and Ethan Coen. Based on the novel of the same name by Cormac McCarthy it stars Tommy Lee Jones as a local sheriff Ed Tom Bell, Josh Brolin as Llewelyn Moss - a Vietnam vet who stumbles across a large amount of money from a drug deal on bad and a terrifying Javier Bardem as Anton Chigurh - a psychopath hitman hired to track down the missing drug deal money.   [supsystic-tables id=225] No Country for Old Men is violent, detached, bleak but also absurdly funny in places and widely considered the Coen’s greatest achievement in cinema. Less easy to recommend to people than say Fargo, Flixwatcher and guests score No Country for Old Man highly on recommendability with (caveats) but low on the small score to give an overall score of 3.96. What do you guys think? Have you seen No Country for Old Men? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

Episode #214 Crew Links

Thanks to Episode #214 Crew of  Will Collins (@WillumsFillum) and Kevin Lehane (@KevinLehane) from (@bestbitspod

Find their Websites online at https://linktr.ee/bestbitspod
 

And at https://www.casarotto.co.uk/clients/collins-will And at https://www.kevinlehane.com/ Please make sure you give them some love

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Jul 14, 2021

Paul and Ben from Have You Scene This? Podcast join Flixwatcher remotely to review Paul’s choice Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Close Encounters of the Third Kind - The Directors Cut is the 1977 Steven Spielberg sci fi classic starring Richard Dreyfus as Roy Neary, the everyman who after a close encounter with an alien spaceship becomes obsessed with the Devils Tower, has a breakdown that cause his wife to to leave him and sets out on a quest to join the aliens. For a film about aliens, actual aliens are mainly absent for the majority of the film and the main focus is on Neary and the French scientist Claude Lacombe,played by French New Wave auteur François Truffaut, as he chases mysterious encounters across the world. Close Encounters features many key Spielberg themes, Light as mystery, ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances, John Williams theme, fractured family, absent fathers and some classic child peril. Despite its record breaking box office returns on its release and critical acclaim it hasn’t ingrained itself in cinematic history in the same way say Jaws, E.T or Jurassic Park have.   [supsystic-tables id=224] This is reflected on the Flixwatcher scores, even with some top marks from Paul and a decent recommendability, Close Encounters of the Third Kind only scores 3.23 overall What do you guys think? Have you seen Close Encounters of the Third Kind? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

Episode #213 Crew Links

Thanks to Episode #213 Crew of  Paul Breen (@PorlPaul) and Ben Mercer (@diagnosismercer) from (@scenethis_pod

Find their Websites online at
 

And at https://twitter.com/MantarayGorka And at https://twitter.com/scenethis_pod And at https://linktr.ee/scenethispod Please make sure you give them some love

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Jul 7, 2021

Caris and Neha from Not Having It All podcast join Flixwatcher remotely to review Caris’ choice Wild Child. Wild Child is a 2008 teen comedy romance film starring Emma Roberts as the Wild Child Poppy, a spoilt LA brat who is sent to an English boarding school to straighten her out and teach her valuable life lessons. Natasha Richardson also makes her last film appearance as the headmistress Mrs Kingsley and Alex Pettyfer plays the love interest. Wild Child is a mix of a typical fish out of water film, Poppy struggles with British food, locations and finds an enemy within seconds of arriving and a story of friendship with bonding over secondhand clothes shopping. Not only is Wild Child a crime against the chip butty it neither works as a comedy or a romance particularly well. There are some surprising plot turns - involving a completely unexpected act of arson.   [supsystic-tables id=223] Despite Caris’ enthusiasm for Wild Child, Flixwatcher and Neha were unconvinced and scores were low across all the categories, apart from small screen score to give an overall score of 2.40. What do you guys think? Have you seen Wild Child? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

Episode #212 Crew Links

Thanks to Episode #212 Crew of Caris Rianne (@carisrianne) and Neha (@nehajay_) from (@nothavingitpod

Find their Websites online at https://twitter.com/riannepictures
 

And at https://twitter.com/nothavingitpod And at https://twitter.com/ADTLMPodcast And at https://twitter.com/INvolvepeople And at https://linktr.ee/nehajvyas Please make sure you give them some love

More about Wild Child

For more info on Wild Child, you can visit Wild Child IMDb page here or Wild Child Rotten Tomatoes page here.  

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Jun 30, 2021

Ariane Anantaputri (A Drip Town Lemory Mane: The Podcast) and Petros Patsilivas (Caged In: Coppola Connections) join Flixwatcher remotely to review Ariane’s choice Army of the Dead. Army of the Dead is the 2021 Zack Snyder zombie heist action horror film. Based on a story he created and a sort of possible sequel to his remake of 2004’s Dawn of the Dead. This time the city of Las Vegas is infected by a new breed of the undead after a collision with an army convey carrying a zombie picked up from Area 51. In an attempt to control the zone, a wall of container blocks is built and a countdown to a nuclear explosion is set. A team of mercenaries is put together by a nefarious casino owner to drop into Las Vegas and recover $200 million from his casino before it is nuked. It quickly becomes apparent that money may not be the motivation for this mission. Army of the Dead’s runtime is two hours and 28 minutes - the plot of Army of the Dead runs closer to about an hour and 30 mins max. Somewhere in it is a fairly entertaining heist countdown with zombies and a zombie tiger but it is bogged down with subplots around alpha zombies, unnecessary father/daughter reconciliation and some vague commentary of refugees.   [supsystic-tables id=222] Unsurprising that Army of the Dead receives mixed reviews for recommendability and even less surprising is its low scoring on repeat viewing and small screen score. Army of the Dead scores 2.54 overall. What do you guys think? Have you seen Army of the Dead? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

Episode #211 Crew Links

Thanks to Episode #211 Crew of Petros Patsilivas (@cagedinpod) and Ariane Anantaputri (@arianeanindita) from (@Breadbrumbspod

Find their Websites online at https://www.patreon.com/Cagedinpod
 

And at https://linktr.ee/cagedinpod And at https://twitter.com/ADTLMPodcast And at https://arianeanindita.substack.com/ And at https://arianeanindita.co/ Please make sure you give them some love

More about Army of the Dead

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Jun 23, 2021

Claer Barrett (FT Money Clinic podcast) and Patrick Mills (Pages of Hackney bookshop) return to Flixwatcher remotely to review Claer’s choice Enola Holmes. Enola Holmes is a 2020 young adult mystery adventure film, based on the novels of the same name, about the teenage sister of the famous detective Sherlock Holmes. Enola Holmes, delightfully played by Millie Bobby Brown, is left literally alone when her mother Eudoria Holmes (Helena Bonham Carter) mysteriously disappears on the day of her sixteenth birthday. Her brothers, Sherlock (Henry Cavill) and Mycroft (Sam Claflin) arrive and decide to send Enola to finishing school, determined to discover what has happened to her mother, she escapes dressed as a boy and heads to London. Enola Holmes is perfect family home viewing, not especially taxing on the brain and just about justifies its two hours runtime. Originally planned for a full cinema release but due to the pandemic it instead went to Netflix and was it’s biggest first day opening Netflix title of 2020 - expect sequels. [supsystic-tables id=221] Enola Holmes scores generously across most of the Flixwatcher categories, let down a little by low repeat viewing (saving it for the sequels!) and scores a respectable 3.88 overall. What do you guys think? Have you seen Enola Holmes? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

Episode #210 Crew Links

Thanks to Episode #210 Crew of  Claer Barrett (@claerb) and Patrick Mills (@pagesofhackney) from (@financialtimes Patrick has an online Etsy store and sells through Instagram @FieldsBooks and his vintage bookstore in the Pages of Hackney basement on Lower Clapton Road is now fully open for business

Find their Websites online at https://www.instagram.com/claerb/
 

And at  https://www.instagram.com/fieldsbooks/ And at https://www.instagram.com/pagesofhackney/ And at https://www.instagram.com/FT_Weekend/ And at https://twitter.com/claerb And at https://twitter.com/pagesofhackney And at https://twitter.com/FTMoney Please make sure you give them some love

More about Enola Holmes

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Jun 16, 2021

Emma Kathryn and Paul Costello from The Yearbook Committee podcast join Flixwatcher remotely to review Emma’s choice Death Becomes Her. Death Becomes Her is a 1992 goth, camp, PG body horror comedy starring Meryl Streep as Madeline and Goldie Hawn as Helen life long frienemies and Bruce Willis Dr. Ernest Menville, the long suffering man in the middle. Isabella Rossellini co-stars as Lisle von Rhuman the eternally youthful provider of the magic potion both Madeline and Helen take to preserve their youth and beauty. Directed by Robert Zemeckis, Death Becomes Her is notable for its groundbreaking special effects - winning the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects - that are both deeply grotesque and also humorous. The film was a moderate success at the time but in recent years has found a place as a fond cult classic and has been adopted by the queer community.   [supsystic-tables id=220] Death Becomes Her scores very highly across recommendability from guests and Flixwatcher and generously across all the other categories only to fall short on small screen to score 3.95 overall. What do you guys think? Have you seen Death Becomes Her? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

Episode #209 Crew Links

Thanks to Episode #209 Crew of Emma Kathryn (@GirlofGotham) and Paul Costello (@PaulCinephile) from (@YearbookPodcast)

Find their Websites online at https://linktr.ee/YearbookPodcast
 

And at  https://twitter.com/FatalAttractPod And at https://www.twitch.tv/girlofgotham Please make sure you give them some love

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Jun 9, 2021

Daryl Bär (Sudden Double Deep podcast, Is Paul Dano Ok?) and Matt Brothers from (Spocklight: A Star Trek Podcast and also Is Paul Dano Ok?) join Flixwatcher remotely to review Daryl’s choice Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol. Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol is the fourth film in the Mission:Impossible film franchise and was released in 2011. directed by Brad (The Incredibles) Bird Ghost Protocol sees Tom Cruise and Simon Pegg reprise their roles as Ethan Hunt and Benji Dunn and introduces Jeremy Renner as William Brandt, with Léa Seydoux and Michael Nyqvist as the villains. Ghost Protocol is notable for its insane Burj Khalifa scene where Ethan has to scale the exterior, an increased role for Pegg as the comedy sidekick for Cruise and no masks. Everyone looks like they’re having the most fun in Ghost Protocol - starting a shift in the tone from the previous films to what would become the Christopher McQuarrie M:I films.   [supsystic-tables id=219] Ghost Protocol scores very highly across recommendability, repeat viewing and engagement and only let down by small screen and scores a super high 4.53 overall. What do you guys think? Have you seen Ghost Protocol? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

Episode #208 Crew Links

Thanks to Episode #208 Crew of Matt Brothers (@MattBrothers2) and Daryl Bär (@SDDFilmPodcast) from (@IsPaulDanoOK)

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Jun 2, 2021

Ashanti Omkar (film critic and journalist) and Akin Aworan (The Swinging Palm Tree Podcast) join Flixwatcher remotely to review Ashanti’s choice Rocks. Rocks is a British coming-of-age drama from director Sarah Gavron starring Bukky (BAFTA Rising Star 2021) Bakray as Olushola "Rocks”, a black teenager who suddenly finds herself the sole carer for her younger brother Emmanuel when her mother disappears. Despite being surrounded by her compassionate and close-knit friends, Rocks struggles to keep things together and find a safe space for her and her brother to stay while trying to evade social services. Rocks is both a story of female friendship and being a teenager in Britain today but also a heartbreaking reality of social care and the financial and mental hardships of single-parent families. Empowering and uplifting, credit must be given to casting director Lucy Pardee for bringing together an authentic and energetic group of inspiring actresses who carry the whole film.   [supsystic-tables id=218] With a runtime of 93 minutes, Rocks doesn’t overstay its welcome and scores highly on recommendability but it let down by repeat viewing with it being a tough watch and scores a very respectable 4.18 overall. What do you guys think? Have you seen Rocks? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

Episode #207 Crew Links

Thanks to Episode #207 Crew of  Ashanti Omkar (@AshantiOmkar) and Akin Aworan (@akinaworan) from The Swinging Palm Tree Podcast. Find their Websites online at https://linktr.ee/theswingingpalmtreespodcast And at  https://www.instagram.com/ashantiomkar/ Please make sure you give them some love

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May 26, 2021
Scores 

  David Trumble (artist/cartoonist/illustrator) and Simon Williams (You’re Gonna Need A Bigger Boat film quiz) join Flixwatcher remotely to review David’s choice Collateral. Collateral is a 2004 art house action directed by Michael Mann starring Tom Cruise as a rare villain Vincent, sauve but deadly and Jamie Foxx as cab driver Max who picks up hitman for hire Vincent. It co stars Jada Pinkett Smith as Annie, Mark Ruffalo as Detective Fanning and Javier Bardem as Felix, the drug lord orchestrating the hits. Collateral is both a dialled down and dialled up Cruise all in one. Managing to play the silent and deadly hitman, existing in the shadows of the underworld while demonstrating such expert shooting skills that his tactical draw is used by experts in handgun training. Foxx, who also prepared for the role by driving a taxi, holds his own against arguably the biggest movie star in the world. His lonely Max with failed ambitions forced to assert himself and stop making excuses.   [supsystic-tables id=217] Collateral scores very highly across all Flixwatcher categories - especially on recommendability and engagement to score a highly respectable 4.56 overall. What do you guys think? Have you seen Collateral? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

Episode #206 Crew Links

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May 19, 2021
GLProUK’s Jay Ludgrove (The Jaily Show) and Tony Gordon (How To Write A Tune, Bones Knows) join Flixwatcher remotely to review Jay’s choice Falling Down. Falling Down is a 1993 drama/action film from director Joel Schumacher starring Michael Douglas, in probably a career best as William "D-Fens" Foster. An angry, unemployed, volatile man on a mission to “go home” as he makes a journey across LA leaving a trail of violence while cop-on-his-last-day-on-the-job Martin Prendergast (Robert Duvall) is trying to stop him. Released in 1993 it was misunderstood - read racist as D-FENs targets are African-American, Latino and Korean but watched through 2021 eyes has a lot to say about the MAGA white angry male Trump supporter - blaming problems on immigrants and refuses to see himself as the problem. Scores 

    [supsystic-tables id=216] Falling Down scores highly across all Flixwatcher scoring categories - a fair few years might have passed since Flixwatcher and guests watched this at a far too young age (why were we allowed to watch these films as children?!!?) to give Falling Down an overall score of 4.41. Highly recommended. Enjoyed this episode? Check out episodes 4 - The Talented Mr Ripley and 12 - Jet Li’s The One for more Jay and Tony film chat!  

Episode #205 Crew Links

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More about Falling Down

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May 12, 2021
Patrick Mills (Pages of Hackney bookshop) and Claer Barrett (FT Money Clinic podcast) join Flixwatcher remotely to review Patrick’s choice Only the Animals. Only the Animals is a 2019 French murder mystery black comedy from director Dominik Moll. A tale of coincidence, mistaken identity and loneliness collide in the lives of our five central characters - Michel, Alice, Joesph, Marion, Armand who are all connected to Evelyne. The story jumps around from the heat and intensity of the Ivory Coast to the snowy and desolate remote French mountains and slowly reveals the chain of events that lead to the disappearance of Evelyne from different perspectives. As the story evolves the absurdity of mistaken identity and pure coincidence is both ridiculous and completely believable. Powered by engaging performances, particularly from veteran French character actor Denis Ménochet and some dark comic moments the near two hour run time zips along nicely. Scores 

    [supsystic-tables id=215] The non-linear narrative storytelling technique hardly feels fresh now but Only the Animals does it well enough to keep the viewer guessing and despite the subtitles is engaging. Only the Animals does well across all Flixwatcher categories, apart from repeat viewing, to score a respectable 4.01 overall. What do you guys think? Have you seen Only the Animals? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #203 Crew Links

Thanks to Episode #203 Crew of Claer (@claerb) from @financialtimes and Patrick from (@pagesofhackney) Find their Websites online at https://pagesofhackney.co.uk/ And at https://twitter.com/LBC And at https://twitter.com/ftweekend And at https://www.ft.com/personal-finance Please make sure you give them some love

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May 5, 2021

Helen Zaltzman (The Allusionist, Answer Me This! and Veronica Mars Investigations) and Helen O’Hara (Empire Podcast and magazine) return to Flixwatcher remotely to review Helen Z’s choice Center Stage. Center Stage 2000 teen drama about a group of young dancers from different backgrounds that join a prestigious (fictional) ballet school in New York City. Directed by Nicholas (Madness of King George) Hytner and stars a mix of actors and dancers. Out of the main characters who are dancers, four are professional ballet dancers (Amanda Schull (her debut) Ethan Stiefel, Sascha Radetsky, and Julie Kent), one is a professional figure skater (Ilia Kulik), one had ballet training (Zoe Saldana in her debut also), and two were actors with no ballet training (Susan May Pratt and Shakiem Evans). Body doubles were used for many of the major dance sequences. Peter Gallagher also stars as the company director and choreographer. Center Stage is essentially a high school drama set in a ballet school. Nothing is ambiguous and if you missed anything then it is all summarised - through dance - in the dance finale. The brutal side of ballet - no pizza and bad feet, Mandy Moore and bland boyfriends feature heavily - if that’s your thing then you’ll love it.  

Scores 

[supsystic-tables id=214] If it’s not then you’ll probably not enjoy it - this caveat was heavily reflected in the scores with an average of three for recommendability which ends up giving an overall score of 3.34. What do you guys think? Have you seen Center Stage? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #203 Crew Links

Thanks to Episode #203 Crew of Helen O’Hara (@HelenLOHara) from Empire Podcast and magazine and Helen Zaltzman (@HelenZaltzman)  from The Allusionist, Answer Me This! and Veronica Mars Investigations. Find their Websites online at https://www.empireonline.com/ And at https://www.theallusionist.org/ And at https://podfollow.com/answermethis/view And at https://www.veronicamarsinvestigations.com/ Please make sure you give them some love

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Apr 14, 2021

Ben Bailey Smith (aka Doc Brown, Kermode and Mayo’s Film Review) and Robbie Collin (The Independent and also Kermode and Mayo's Film Review) and return to Flixwatcher remotely to review Ben’s choice Booksmart. Booksmart is the 2019 coming-of-age teen buddy comedy and directorial debut of actress Olivia Wilde. It stars Beanie Feldstein as Molly and Kaitlyn Dever as Amy, two best friends and high school seniors, both high achievers they realise the night before graduation they should have partied more. Determined to spend their last night of school partying and being wild. It would be derivate to say Booksmart is the female Superbad, Molly and Amy’s friendship feels much deeper and there is less emphasis on the gross-out comedy. Its strengths lie in its editing - fast and hard - and the chemistry between its two leads and it’s always great to see Lisa Kudrow in anything. That said, Booksmart often feels like several movies at once - partly due to it having four writers - and the amount of characters mean that the majority of the supporting cast feels underdeveloped and many of the subplots could have been cut.  

Scores 

[supsystic-tables id=212] Booksmart isn’t for everyone but it has plenty of appeal to a teen audience and anyone who was born after 1995. Scoring generously across all the categories gives Booksmart an overall score of 3.98. What do you guys think? Have you seen Booksmart? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

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For more info on Uncut Gems, you can visit Booksmart IMDb page here or  Booksmart Rotten Tomatoes page here.  

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Apr 7, 2021
Will Roe from The Times & Sunday Times - Who Killed CJ Davis? and Ben Williams from Rokkwood Audio return to Flixwatcher remotely to review Will’s choice The Dawn Wall. The Dawn Wall is a 2017 documentary about free climber Tommy Caldwell who, along with Kevin Jorgeson completed the first free climb of El Capitan in 2015. This was a 19 day climb and is considered one of the hardest climbs in history. The documentary is fairly standard in that we start with young Tommy in the Colorado Rockies learning to climb, then in a bizarre turn of events in 2000, Tommy and his then girlfriend Beth Rodden were captured in Kyrgyzstan by rebels. After returning from the traumatic kidnapping Tommy loses a finger in an accident and his marriage breaks down - it’s then he decides to take on El Capitan. Scores 

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The Dawn Wall is a story of commitment and determination - plus a lesson in pooping on a cliff face. Not recommended for anyone with a fear of heights! Recommendability for The Dawn Wall is pretty high, lower scores for repeat viewing and small screen (the documentary curse strikes again!) give an overall score of 3.60. What do you guys think? Have you seen The Dawn Wall? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

 

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For more info on Ghostbusters, you can visit The Dawn Wall IMDb page here or  The Dawn Wall Rotten Tomatoes page here.  

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Mar 31, 2021
Who you gonna call? Ghostbusters! Sam Clements and Louise Owen from 90 Min Or Less Film Fest host Flixwatcher 200 episode specials - first up its Kobi’s choice Ghostbusters. Do we need a synopsis for Ghostbusters?!? Undoubtedly one of the greatest films of all time, written by Dan Ackroyd and Harold Ramis and directed by Ivan Reitman it stars Ackroyd as Ray Stanz, Ramis as Egon Spengler and Bill Murray as Peter Venkman with support from Sigourney Weaver, Rick Moranis and Ernie Hudson. Ghostbusters, a childhood favourite of pretty much every 80s child and cultural phenomenon mixes comedy, horror and action with universal appeal. If you’ve been to a kids school disco you’ve probably danced to the theme tune by Ray Parker Jnr. Scores 

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Unsurprisingly Ghostbusters scores fives across the board for recommendability - Liam H Dempsey on Twitter describes it as his religion. Scoring fours and above in the remaining categories gives Ghostbusters an overall score of 4.73 - making it number four in the Flixwatcher hall of fame. What do you guys think? Have you seen Ghostbuster? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

 

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Mar 31, 2021
Did you ever wish you were 30, flirty and thriving as a teen?! If so we’ve got a treat for you for Flixwatcher 200 episode special with Helen’s choice 13 Going On 30. 3 Going On 30 is a 2004 fantasy rom com starring Jennifer Garner as Jenna Rink and Mark Ruffalo as Matt ‘Matty’ Flamhaff with Judy Greer and Andy Serkis co-starring. 13-year-old Jenna wants to be popular and grown up, when her birthday party doesn’t go to plan and she makes a wish to be 30 and through the power of magic dust wakes up and her dream has come true. Adult Jenna lives in her dream penthouse works for Poise magazine but she’s no longer friends with Matty, she doesn’t visit her parents and in her own words she is a “tough bitch”. Seeing her life through child Jenna’s eye’s she realises her dream life might not be as good as it seems. Driven by an utterly charming performance of wild-eyed innocence and comedy from Garner and top tier rom com Ruffalo 13 Going On 30 is a notch above your average romantic comedy, even if Kobi remains unimpressed. If you’re vaguely curious to watch Mark Ruffalo do the ‘Thriller’ dance this film is for you. Scores 
[supsystic-tables id=210] 13 Going On 30 scores pretty highly from Helen, Louise and Sam for recommendability, repeat viewing and small screen score but lower scores from Kobi in every category to give an overall score of 3.75. What do you guys think? Have you seen Super 8? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

 

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Mar 31, 2021
 Kevin Lehane (screenwriter for Grabbers) and Will Collins (screenwriter for Wolfwalkers) from The Best Bits podcast join Flixwatcher to review Kevin’s choice The Karate Kid for episode 200! The Karate Kid is a 1984 martial arts cult classic written by Robert Mark (Taken/Transporter) Kamen and directed by John G. (Rocky) Avildsen. 16-year-old Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and his kind hearted single mum Lucille move from New Jersey to LA and while Daniel makes friends with Ali (Elizabeth Shue) by doing so he creates an enemy in her ex-boyfriend Johnny. Johnny just happens to be a student of the Cobra Kai dojo and to take on the bullies Danny learns karate with the help of the eccentric Mr. Miyagi (Pat Morita). Is The Karate Kid more like Rocky or more like Dirty Dancing? Does it have an appropriate amount of karate for a film called The Karate Kid or is there too much romance? Who will give the lowest recommendability score - film chooser Kevin or first time watcher Helen? So many questions you’ll have to listen to find the answers.  
Scores 
[supsystic-tables id=209] The scores for The Karate Kid were completely unpredictable, scoring quite low overall for engagement (owing to its close to two hour run time) but more generously for small screen score givens an overall score of a very respectable 4.02. What do you guys think? Have you seen The Karate Kid? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

 

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