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045: New Reviews Show

End of the month Review Show

Our traditional end of month show is a little late.

Two reasons for that

1) A new review format which took a little bit of tinkering with. Don’t worry though, it might be a new review format, but it is the same old men (thanks for pointing that out Phil)

2) A July 4th treat for our American listeners!

Yes, we have shaken up the review format and even woken Neil up in the process! Our reviews are shorter and there are more of them. This means we have finally fulfilled a promise from our very first show. Some of our reviews are retrospectives of older and classic films. We can now answer the question, are they still good after all this time and, given our ageing brains, do we still remember them.

Listen out for Jeff realising Who Framed Roger Rabbit is part animation and Graham shocked at the use of an electric chair in The Green Mile!

As if that isn’t enough for you, we have added a new feature called Carry on Streaming. New contributor Declan will be joining us every other month to reveal what are the best shows out there on the streaming and iPlayer platforms, as well as what is worth looking out for.

Something for everyone to enjoy as you gather around your barbecues as long as it doesn’t rain!

This Weeks Show



Reviews

This month we have changed the way in which we do our reviews. Below is a list of the movies we reviewed this month.

Toy Story 4

Toy Story 4

Godzilla: King of Monsters

Godzilla: King of Monsters

Booksmart

Booksmart

X-Men: Dark Phoenix

X-Men: Dark Phoenix

Rocketman

Rocketman

Woman at War

Woman at War

Broken City

Broken City

I am Mother

I am Mother

Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Who Framed Roger Rabbit

The Green Mile

The Green Mile

Links

Below are the trailers for our new and classic films of the month.

Toy Story 4

The Green Mile

Friends and Thanks

The At the Flicks team would like to thank the following groups, people and friends who make the show possible: At The Flicks, are fans of the excellent Phil the Bear’s film review site, which can be found here. Highly recommended!

For listeners living in the West Country, we would recommend; The Stroud Film Society. Information about this local group of film aficionados can be found here.

Many thanks to the artist Silent Partner for our Podcast Music. You can find more by the exceptional Silent Partner on the YouTube Audio Library.

Films and TV Shows mentioned in this month’s Podcast

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