Category Archives: Cinema

B007 Ep 133 – Trophy – Beach Rats – Manifesto – Lost In Paris

Bina007 reviews four films currently on release in UK cinemas and on streaming services – the insightful and provocative doc about game hunting, Trophy (3m45) – the beautifully acted gay teen coming of age drama, Beach Rats (10m45) – the indulgent philosophical arthouse film Manifesto (16m30) starring Cate Blanchett – and the absolutely delightful old-fashioned physical comedy Lost In Paris (Xm).

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B007 – Ep 132 – Battle Of The Sexes – Justice League – The Big Heat – In A Lonely Place

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In this week’s episode Bina007 reviews the political comedy about tennis champion Billie Jean King’s Battle Of The Sexes against Bobby Riggs (2m30); the DC Comics ensemble action movie Justice League (8m30); as well as two re-releases starring Gloria Grahame, timed to coincide with the release of Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool, the nasty noir thriller The Big Heat (19m); and the noir tragic love story starring Humphrey Bogart, In A Lonely Place (24m30).

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B007 Ep 131 – Good Time – Mudbound – Murder On The Orient Express – Paddington 2

Bina007 reviews two of this week’s new UK releases – the indie crime thriller Good Time (2m45) and the Mississippi set racial drama Mudbound (8m15) – as well as two major films that are still playing – Murder On The Orient Express (16m30) – and Paddington 2 (25m15). She’s helped out on the latter by Matthew, who’s both seen the film and falls into the target demographic!

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B007 Ep 130 – The Florida Project – Professor Marston and the Wonder Women – Marjorie Prime

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Bina007 reviews three of this week’s UK cinema releases – Sean Baker’s beautifully acted, award worthy social drama The Florida Project – a relationship drama about the menage a trois that created the comic book character Wonder Woman – and finally an intellectual austere sci-fi movie about a near future where grieving people can buy a convincing AI that allows them to recreate their relationships starring Mad Men’s Jon Hamm.

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B007 Ep 129 – Marvel’s Doctor Strange

A short spoiler-free review of the latest instalment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, DOCTOR STRANGE, starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Strange, Tilda Swinton as the Ancient One and Mads Mikkelsen as the evil villain.

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B007 Ep 128 – Their Finest – Brimstone

Today we discuss two movies concerned with putting the feminine perspective at the heart of their story. The first is THEIR FINEST – a British wartime romantic comedy starring Gemma Arterton and Bill Nighy. The second is a Western-revenge-thriller starring Dakota Fanning and Guy Pearce called BRIMSTONE.

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B007 Ep 127 – Lion – Planetarium

Two flawed but interesting films at the London Film Festival today – the first is the true life tearjerker LION starring Dev Patel and Nicole Kidman – the second is the 1930s Parisian drama PLANETARIUM starring Natalie Portman and Lily-Rose Depp.

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