David Lees is the co-host of the Silver Screen Snobs film podcast, based out of Melbourne, Australia. He enjoys writing biographies about himself in the third person. Sometimes described as a "moron", he is best known as the co-creator of "one of the most non-sensical pieces of garbage I have ever heard", according to some guy. You can find him on Twitter and .

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#223: Spider-Man: Homecoming

Spider-Man: Homecoming - Silver Screen SnobsSylvester Stallone wants Creed to fight Drago, the Crap Corner returns after years away and over a dozen movies get reviewed. Tom and Dave discuss the re-re-boot of Spidey with Spider-Man: Homecoming. Also: Prevenge, Catfight, War On Everyone, Aftermath, CHiPs, Pixels, Hopscotch, Irreversible, Belle de Jour, Night of the Demon, Prophet’s Prey, Valentine Road, Man On A Ledge, Two Hands.


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#222: It Comes At Night

It Comes At Night - Silver Screen SnobsBond producers want an expanded 007 universe, Clueless is still damn good and a journalist is suing the makers of All Eyez On Me. Dave and Tom review the Joel Edgerton horror/thriller It Comes At Night. Also: The Edge of Seventeen, Moonlight, The Descent, Tarzan The Ape Man, Personal Shopper, Extreme Prejudice, Shin Godzilla, The Train.


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#221: Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers The Last Knight - Silver Screen SnobsPlease note: this podcast is more enjoyable than the fifth (and Michael Bay’s final) Transformers movie, The Last Knight. Plus, Tom and Dave pack in a bunch of film news including Daniel Day Lewis retiring from acting and the firing of the Han Solo directors.


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#220: All Eyez On Me

All Eyez On Me - Silver Screen SnobsSony is re-editing their movies to make “clean” versions, The Babadook is out and proud, Rebel Wilson wins her defamation court case and Tom Cruise’s ego might have ruined his own movie. Dave and Tom review the Tupac Shakur biopic, All Eyez On Me. Also: Batman and Bill, Best of Enemies: Buckley vs Vidal.


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#219: The Mummy

The Mummy - Silver Screen SnobsSony is re-editing their movies to make “clean” versions, Dan Aykroyd thinks the latest Ghostbusters would have been better if they’d just listened to him and Terry Gilliam has somehow managed to finish filming Don Quixote. Tom and Dave review the beginning of the “Dark Universe”, The Mummy, starring Tom Cruise.


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#218: Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman - Silver Screen SnobsTurns out David Lynch isn’t done making movies, women-only screenings of Wonder Woman piss some guys off and… well, the rest is all Wonder Woman. Also: The Girl On The Train, Run All Night, Louis Theroux’s My Scientology Movie, The Driver, Thief.


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#217: Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Men Tell No Tales - Silver Screen SnobsTom and Dave remember the late Roger Moore, Top Gun 2 is happening whether you like it or not, Joss Whedon takes the reigns of the Justice League film and Sam Mendes might direct a live-action Pinocchio. Pirates of the Caribbean is back with Dead Men Tell No Tales which gets the feature review treatment.


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#216: King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

King Arthur Legend of the Sword - Silver Screen Snobs

A guy sues his date for texting during a movie, hackers steal the new Pirates movie and threaten to release it five minutes at a time unless their bitcoin ransom is paid, Netflix isn’t charging you what you think they are and Powers Boothe is memorialised. Dave and Tom review Guy Ritchie’s latest film, King Arthur.


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