Alec Baldwin puts his aging babyface to good use (sort of!) as he voices Dreamworks’ Boss Baby, and Phil tells us how it all shakes down. Laurie saw Ben Wheatley’s quirky action shooter Free Fire with Brie Larson, and Riz Ahmed swapping space pilot’s goggles for gritty PI cigarettes in Pete Travis’ City of Tiny Lights. And WWBW comes back with 2 Weeks’ Notice & I Wish. Phew – so much good stuff this week! Keep your emails & tweets coming at firstname.lastname@example.org and @superbaileybros.
Special goodbye Episode! With five of our personal favourites and a run down of the whole Harry Potter film series. We’ve got The Social Network (2010), A Knight’s Tale (2001), I Spy (2002), First Knight (1995), Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986) and Harry Potter (2001 – 2011). Thanks so much for listening and getting in touch – send your thoughts to email@example.com and @superbaileybros and we’ll feature them on the main Super Bailey Bros show!
Based on Austin Wright’s 1993 novel ‘Tony and Susan’, Tom Ford takes his second stint in the Director’s chair for Nocturnal Animals – and yes, expect a couple of pretty spectacular outfits.