Jack and James discuss the Oscar winning drama by Lenny Abraham.
Classically trained pianist, dive-bar chanteuse, black power icon and legendary recording artist Nina Simone lived a life of brutal honesty, musical genius, and tortured melancholy.
In our first episode in a new series we’re out of the studio and into the comforts of home – with sofas, tea, and Adrian Brody.
The gang discuss the new bio-pic about the pulitzer prize winning work to initially break the catholic priest child sex scandal.
Jack and James look at the rather charming mellow-drama Brooklyn.
While competently made and more than competently acted (largely thanks to Cranston), the film fails to stand up with the multitude of biopics released in recent years.
It’s very rare that a film can be described as luscious, but Carol certainly fits that description. A tender story that blurs emotional openness, repression, and longing.