Laurie & Phil both foolishly attended midnight screenings of the latest Avengers film; did it keep them awake or send them to sleep? /unoriginaljoke – Laurie also saw Beast from British director Michael Pearce, and also got to speak with him about his debut feature. There’s a quick-fire review roundup covering The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society, The Leisure Seeker & Every Day, and WWBW this week is all Netflix-based, with the much-talked-about films Bright & Annihilation. Thanks for being in touch! Keep sending your thoughts & opinions to firstname.lastname@example.org and @superbaileybros – and keep an eye out on superbaileybros.com for the #Browards categories!
Tomb Raider, Pacific Rim: Uprising, A Wrinkle in Time, Unsane, You Were Never Really Here, Gringo, The Square, Mary Magdalene, Wonder Wheel & The Third Murder all reviewed by Laurie in this week’s catch-up special! We’re getting the Super Bailey Bros up-to-date this week. Send your thoughts on any of the 10 films in this week’s show to email@example.com and @superbaileybros. Thanks for listening, and remember to tune in to our debut BBC Radio Oxford show at 12pm on Easter Monday, 2nd April!
Another 4-movie episode! Phil saw Loving, starring Oscar-nominated Ruth Negga, Laurie saw Oscar-nommed 20th Century Women with Annette Bening and Denial with Rachel Weisz, while horror correspondent Benedict Seal dropped in to talk soft-reboot Rings. Phil also asks for help in choosing the ideal Valentine’s Day movie – for an unspecified reason. Thanks for listening & stay in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org and @superbaileybros!