#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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#198: Jackie

Jackie - Silver Screen SnobsJack, Jack, Jackie. Natalie Portman stars in Jackie, dealing with the immediate aftermath of the JFK assassination. Plus Dave and Tom discuss the week in film news and the Golden Globe Awards.

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#192: The Founder

The Founder - Silver Screen SnobsSTILL LIKE MOVIES??? It’s another mega-sode this week as Dave and Tom catch up on a bunch of 2016 films before reviewing the origin story of McDonald’s starring Michael Keaton, The Founder. Also: The Infiltrator, Alice Through The Looking Glass, Free State of Jones, Our Brand Is Crisis, Zoolander 2, Maggie’s Plan, Sisters, Demolition, Tale of Tales, Son of Saul, Zootopia, Don’t Think Twice, The Neon Demon, Bone Tomahawk, Anthropoid, Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World, The Invitation, De Palma, 13th and Amanda Knox.

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#151: The Revenant, Joy

The Revenant - Silver Screen SnobsSpecial double-feature review episode this week as Dave and Tom review Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu and Leonardo DiCaprio’s survival western The Revenant plus David O’Russell and Jennifer Lawrence’s mop-queen biopic Joy.

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Episode 65: Dallas Buyers Club, Richard Wolstencroft Interview (Melbourne Underground Film Festival)

Dallas Buyers ClubHas the McConaissance peaked? We sign up to the Dallas Buyers Club to find out and discover that Blue, in face of overwhelming evidence, is actually The Warmest Color. Plus, tales of censorship battles in our interview with the Melbourne Underground Film Festival director Richard Wolstencroft.

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Episode 63: 12 Years A Slave

12 Years A SlaveSteve McQueen’s latest finally hits our shores so we debate the merits of 12 Years A Slave. We also take a trip back to the summer of ’32 with Best Picture winner Grand Hotel and dissect the week’s news.

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