Disney tries banning publishers it doesn’t like only for it to backfire incredibly, more and more men are being outed as sexual abusers in Hollywood and Tom and Dave review Detroit, a true story directed by Kathryn Bigelow. Also: Good Time, Brigsby Bear, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, Mindhorn.
Dave and Tom review the Academy Award nominated Hidden Figures, the true story of the African-American women working in NASA during the early 60’s. Also: Moana, Entertainment!, Down Under, Once, The Goonies, The Passion of the Christ, The Boondock Saints, The Last House on the Left, Don’t Look Now, A Tale of Two Sisters.
Martin Scorsese’s Silence and the Boston marathon bombings film, Patriots Day, get discussed by Tom and Dave. Obviously, because that’s what the episode title is. Also: Gimme Danger, Cafe Society, The Shallows, Finding Dory, A Hologram For The King, Jim: The James Foley Story, The Kid Stays In The Picture, The Man With Two Brains, The Ice Storm.
Sometimes actors act. Sometimes directors direct. Sometimes directors act. Sometimes actors direct. Sometimes actors act and direct. In the same movie. Wiser words have never been spoken. Dave and Tom review the Oscar-nominated Fences (directed by and starring Denzel Washington) and the definitely not Oscar-nominated Live By Night (directed by and starring and written by Ben Affleck). Plus, The Great Pants Shitting Debate reaches a stirring conclusion. Also: Captain Fantastic, Sing Street, Swiss Army Man, Hot Rod, Homicide, Capricorn One, Tinker Tailer Soldier Spy, Bad Moms, Bad Words, Daddy’s Home, Sex Tape, The Intern, Phantasm, The Hills Have Eyes.
Heard of movies? Hope so, cos this week Tom and Dave review movies. Like the Oscar nominated films Manchester By The Sea and Lion plus M. Night Shyamalan’s latest, Split. Also: How To Be Single, Mississippi Grind, Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid, Men In Rubber Masks, There’s Something Wrong With Aunt Diane, A Murder In The Park.
Remember growing up? Everyone’s done it. Some of us have done it. A few people have done it. Most haven’t. Tom and Dave review The Edge of Seventeen, Assassin’s Creed and Why Him? on this week’s Snobcast. Also: David Brent: Life On The Road, Oasis: Supersonic, American Honey, Krampus, Captain Fantastic, The Handmaiden, Elle, A Bigger Splash, Newtown, The Fear of 13.