With more talk than an Aaron Sorkin script for 'The West Wing', Dallas King and Lee Hutchison pick their 5 favourite political films. From the Cuban missle crisis to high school elections, there's a lot of variety in these lists!
With the planet gripped by World Cup fever, Lee Hutchison and Dallas King pick their favourite five sports movies.
The duo also discuss Sicario 2: Day of the Soldado and Tag.
Lee Hutchison and Dallas King discuss their second week at the Edinburgh Film Festival and share their experiences and highlights.
The duo also review all the movies they watched during the second week of the festival. Dead In A Week: Or Your Money Back, Obey, The Most Assassinated Woman In The World, Flammable Children (Swinging Safari), Life After Flash, My Friend The Polish Girl, Unicorn Store, Baby Gravy, Almost Fashionable: A Film About Travis, Hearts Beat Loud, Piercing, What Walaa Wants, Winterlong, Humour Me, The Butterfly Tree, Songbird, Solis, The Parting Glass, Locating Silver Lake, Swimming with Men and Laundromat.
Lee and Dallas also share their best 6 movies of the festival.
Lee Hutchison is joined by actor Thomas Turgoose and director Oliver Parker to discuss ‘Swimming With Men’ which closed the 2018 Edinburgh International Film Festival and we’ve got some bonus red carpet interviews with Rob Brydon, Rupert Graves and Daniel Mays.
Rob Brydon plays Eric, an accountant whose life seems to be in order until in a moment of middle-aged madness he starts to think his wife, Heather , is having an affair and he moves out of their home. He finds solace of sorts at the local swimming pool, where he ends up joining a team of similarly challenged men who form a male synchronized swimming team. Against all odds, they end up training for the world championships in Milan, with Eric hoping his wife will be impressed by his new skills.
Lee Hutchison is joined by writer/director Tom Edmunds and actress, Freya Mavor to talk about the brilliant original British comedy movie, Dead In A Week (Or Your Money Back) which had it’s world premiere this week at the Edinburgh Film Festival. the film has struck a chord with not just me but audiences and has earned a well earned spot on the best of the fest.
After 27-year-old William fails at his ninth attempt at suicide, he decides to take up a genial 65-year-old hitman, Leslie, on his offer to help out. Leslie has quotas to meet to keep his membership in an assassin’s guild, but when William meets the woman of his dreams things get more complicated for both men.