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BBC Radio film critic Laurie Bailey reviews current & classic movies with his brother Phil. Filmmaking discussions, industry news, listener emails & jingles come along for the ride too. Perfect noise for your earphones at work, or driving to work, or avoiding work... Get in touch with us on superbaileybros@gmail.com or @superbaileybros on Twitter. Hope you enjoy the podcast!
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Phil & Laurie quickly catch up about the 2 hot releases dominating the box office. Did Laurie continue his walk-out streak for Deadpool 2? How was Alden Ehrenreich’s Han Solo? Was bringing Ron Howard in the right move? Stick with us, the podcast will be properly back in business before you know it! Send your … Continue reading Deadpool 2 & Solo: A Star Wars Story →
Phil & Laurie get into the nitty gritty of Avengers: Infinity War & where it leaves the franchise. It’s choc-full of spoilers so don’t say we didn’t warn you – this way be monsters me hearty! Send your spoilery thoughts in to superbaileybros@gmail.com and @superbaileybros and we’ll recap them in another episode down the line.
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 & … Continue reading Avengers: Infinity War (no spoilers), Beast, Bright & Annihilation →
Back in business! Phil stepped into Wes Anderson’s stop-motion wonderland for Isle of Dogs, while Laurie managed to catch upbeat teen high school drama Love, Simon & Steven Spielberg’s VFX-fest Ready Player One. Phil provides Laurie another challenge in quiz form as he tries to identify famous movie screams, and also ‘reacts’ to the new … Continue reading Love, Simon, Isle of Dogs, Ready Player One, Movie Screams Quiz & Solo Trailer Reaction →
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 … Continue reading New Movie Marathon! 10-Film Catchup Special →
Laurie & Phil have both seen Lady Bird – hear whether Greta Gerwig’s debut is as sensational as the Oscar noms suggest. Laurie also catches us up with Margot Robbie & Oscar-winning Allison Janney in I, Tonya, while WWBW covers Duncan Jones’ divisive Netflix film Mute & Anthony Hopkins vs Ryan Gosling in Fracture. We … Continue reading Lady Bird, I, Tonya, Mute, Fracture & Oscars Roundup →
Black Panther is making a splash in newspaper columns & box offices around the world – can it live up to the hype? Staying on the high-expectations train, we also dissect Guillermo del Toro’s massively awards-nominated The Shape of Water. Should it take home all 13 of the Oscars it’s tipped for? Back in WWBW … Continue reading Black Panther, The Shape of Water, Logan Lucky & Definitely, Maybe →
Phil returns to talk Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread, featuring Daniel Day-Lewis’ potential last film role, and also gives his opinion on Alexander Payne’s Downsizing. What We’ve Been Watching makes a smashing comeback with Nancy Myers’ The Intern and Michael Keaton in The Founder, while Phil diverts Laurie & the listeners with his own personal … Continue reading Phantom Thread, The Founder, The Intern & Your Film Academy →
Three non-Oscar films this week to mix it up! Laurie saw Matt Damon in Alexander Payne’s Downsizing, Eddie Redmayne in Nick Park’s latest stop-motion feature Early Man, and Chris Hemsworth attempting to sound American in Nicolai Fuglsig’s directorial debut 12 Strong. No Phil this week, it’s a sort-of-pilot for a change-up in format – tell … Continue reading Downsizing, Early Man & 12 Strong →
So many films to chat about! Phil saw The Post, Coco, 3 Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri and even Darkest Hour to boot – while Laurie saw all o’ thems plus The Commuter and A Woman’s Life. A veritable cinematic bonanza of reviews and chuckles this week, plus some news about a format change going forwards! … Continue reading Coco, The Post, 3 Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, Darkest Hour, The Commuter & A Woman’s Life →
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