Do Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson make a good on-screen husband and wife? Or has Sofology forever dented his acting chops? Laurie saw their new weepy film Wonder, also with Jacob Tremblay, and managed to catch Dan Stevens in the Charles Dickens almost-biopic The Man Who Invented Christmas for good measure. Phil speaks up for The Mask of Zorro as an under-appreciated classic, and also braves our first throw-away Christmas movie of the year in Nativity! with Martin Freeman. Stay to the end for your emails and tweets, and send more to email@example.com and @superbaileybros. Thanks for listening!
It’s a bumper film week! Laurie’s seen Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur: Legend of the Sword with Charlie Hunnam & Jude Law, Nacho Vigalondo’s Colossal with Anne Hathaway & Jason Sudeikis, and Woody Harrelson’s live film project Lost in London. Phil caught John Madden’s Miss Sloane with Jessica Chastain, and WWBW returns with Juno and Predestination. We even squeeze in some thoughts on whether there’s a case for remastering old films, like George Lucas’ Star Wars special editions. Keep in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org and @superbaileybros – thanks for listening!
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!