This week the Failed Critics join the Scottish BAFTA’s in paying homage to Lorraine Kelly, review new releases The Imitation Game and The Drop as well as having a look at the latest series of The Walking Dead and expose David Attenborough.
There was even time for Carole to review Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine; for Owen to review the documentary An Honest Liar; and for Steve to give us a run down of which bears are better than Paddington.
Join us next week for the new release, the first part of the last part of The Hunger Games films.
Welcome to this week’s Failed Critics Podcast, and due to continuing technical problems and the fact that at least one of us has a social life, this is the shortest one yet.
We review the outrageous new Irvine Welsh adaptation Filth, the outrageously boring Runner Runner, and outrageously only spend a few moments on Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine. James also talks about his love of the ‘body-swap comedy’ genre. Owen and Steve try to argue that no such genre exists.
Don’t get used to this breakneck pace though, as we’ll be back to our chin-strokingly epic lengths next week with our reviews of The Fifth Estate and Machete Kills.