Dallas King and Lee Hutchison review Climax, Crazy Rich Asians, A Simple Favour, Matangi/Maya/M.I.A. and Bodyguard.
Lee also takes his turn to try and convince Dallas to put a studio trend, plot device, marketing choice, filmhouse trend and audience issue into ROOM 101!
Lee and Dallas are back and review the films they've been watching over the past two weeks such The Predator, Cold War, The Miseducation of Cameron Post and Upgrade.
Our duo have enjoyed over the years visiting film locations around the globe and share the 5 locations they'd love to visit.
which film locations would you like to visit?
In 1995 at the peak of the Star Trek franchise, a new spin-off series premiered to launch the UPN network, Star Trek: Voyager.
Starfleet and Maquis working together to return to Earth, an unexplored area of the galaxy filled with new races and threats had fans excited by the potential of the series.
As always with Star Trek, Voyager split opinion with some claiming it's the finest of the franchise and others dismissing it as a diet version of The Next Generation at best.
Lee Hutchison is joined again by Star Trek fan, podcaster and writer, Carlos Miranda to look at the promise of Star Trek: Voyager and if it fulfilled its mission or fell short of the Alpha Quadrant.
Lee Hutchison and Dallas King pick their top five European language films and share some of the special memories associated with them.
Dallas and Lee also review what they've watched in the past week including Cold War, Searching and more #52FilmsByWomen.
Lee speaks with director Scott Mann about his latest movie, Final Score starring Dave Bautista and Pierce Brosnan. A group of heavily armed criminals take control of a stadium packed with 35,000 football fans. Ex-soldier Michael Knox (Bautista) is forced to use skills from his military background and everything at his disposal to save the spectators, including the life of a fallen comrade's daughter. Final Score is in cinemas and on Sky Cinema from September 7.
This week Dallas King and Lee Hutchison review the weeks big releases, the new Spike Lee joint, BlacKkKlansman & The Equalizer 2 and discuss the fallout from Danny Boyle's exit from Bond 25 and where next for the 007 franchise.
We also continue our #52FilmsByWomen coverage by reviewing The Spy Who Dumped Me, To All The Boys I Loved Before and highlighting other films to check out and debating if a co-direction credit should count.