Part 2 of your ultimate UK Summer Movie Guide.
These films say that a hero can save us…
Audiences head straight into Compton, The Man From U.N.C.L.E.’s cover is blown, Mistress America takes home a Participation Award, and Other Box Office News.
The Fantastic 4 are dead, audiences tentatively accept The Gift, Ricki and the Flash got booed off-stage, motherfuckers didn’t go and see Shaun the Sheep Movie, and Other Box Office News.
Mission: Impossible doesn’t self-destruct, nobody wanted to go on Vacation cos they’d reached The End of the Tour, you should all Listen To Me Marlon, and Other Box Office News.
After a week away, Screen 1 returns and crams 2 weeks’ worth of content into 70 minutes of radio! Callum and Lucy sigh at more tales of Hollywood sexism, find a way to link random films back to talking about Mad Max: Fury Road again, and collectively give up on life after hearing about Sony… Read More Screen 1 (27/07/2015)
Pixels has insufficient quarters, Southpaw goes down in the fifth, Paper Towns exposes the flimsy construction of the John Green empire, nobody wanted to see what The Vatican Tapes didn’t want us to see, and Other Box Office News.
Winking self-acknowledgment is not an acceptable substitute for actual self-improvement.
Ant-Man shrinks the standard Marvel opening, Trainwreck is anything but a, Mr. Holmes effortlessly cracks The Mystery of How To Get Into the Top 10, these puns are awful even by my standards, and Other Box Office News.
Ant-Man is a heist movie AND a father-daughter relationship movie, so it’s alright in my book.