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The WOLFE BROTHERS SAGA is a gritty and dark family saga that deals with real life’s hardships including: alcoholism, rape, effects of child abuse and bullying, psychological instabilities, vigilantism, family unity, revenge, political corruption, abuse of power, domestic abuse, condemnation and redemption yet offers enough light at the end of the tunnel that gives way to hope, cheer and even the occasional victories over life's most daunting ordeals. FOR AN ADULT AUDIENCE! Contains NSFW con ...
 
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WN MOVIE TALK Podcast (formally known as We Need To Talk About Movies Podcast) is a movies and film review and discussion podcast. Join film enthusiast Trev with his brother Robin (and sometimes his freind Nath) for an informative yet hilarious (and often absurd) chat about films, movies and cinema... Usually with spoilers too, might we add! Occasionally Trev will also take a closer look into the film industry and history behind some of your favourite movies, film stars or movie directors, a ...
 
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Starring Andrew Garfield and Vince Vaughn, this war movie biopic directed by Mel Gibson tells the incredible true story of Desmond Doss, an conscientious objector turned wartime hero. But can Gibson handle a job like this? We also discuss other warfilms that you lovely listeners suggested. Support the show…
 
An interesting choice of film this week, as Robin selects Spike Jonze romantic sci-fi comedy her, starring Joaquin Pheonix, Amy Adams, Chris Pratt and the voice of Scarlett Johannsson telling the story of a lonely man in the not so distant future, who begins a relationship with an operating system. Want to get in touch, then please contact us via e…
 
A little later than planned and after a bit of a technical disaster we have managed to salvage quite a decent episode out of our STAR WARS DISCUSSION. To celebrate 50 episodes of the podcast we thought we could allow ourselves the pleasure of discussing one of our most favourite and also disappointing series of films - the Star Wars Franchise. In t…
 
This weeks podcast takes the brothers back to the late 1920's and the time of great change in the early days of cinema - its out with the old and in with the new with this modern silent movie, as Silent movie star George Valentine struggles to come to terms with the rise of 'the talkie'! Its a good fun movie that we may have missed if it wasn't for…
 
1977 was a great year for science fiction movies. Not only did it see the arrival of George Lucas's Star Wars, but months later, his close friend Steven Spielberg delivered his epic sci-fi classic Close Encounters of the Third Kind, starring Richard Dreyfuss. Roy Neary (Dreyfuss) witnesses a UFO, and it leaves an impression on him that threatens to…
 
MArtin Scorsese's violent period drama Gangs of New York gets discussed this week, and tells the story of the early days of New York, and the gangs of the five points. Starring Daniel Day Lewis as Bill The Butcher and Leonardo DiCaprio as young Amsterdam, a vagrant youngster seeking revenge for his fathers death. Support the show (https://www.buyme…
 
A classic rise and fall this week, as Trev and Rob discuss Brian De Palma's SCARFACE, starring Al Pacino as Cuban immigrant Tony Montana, one of the many criminals deported from Fidel Castro's Cuba to find their feet on the shores of Miami Florida, who see's opportunity in the cocaine trade. Starring Al Pacino, Steven Bauer, Michelle Pfeiffer, Mary…
 
Within days of each other, Trev and Rob both managed to get the dreaded Covid - in completely seperate incidents too. The one good thing to come of the isolation, was the opportunity to watch stuff! And in this extra episode of WN Movie Talk Podcast, we discuss the various films and TV shows that we sat through as a means of passing the time. From …
 
A listeners recommendation this week, as Trev and Rob discuss classic Western Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid starring Paul Newman and Robert Redford in the titular roles as the moralistic thieves from the old west, pursued into hiding in Bolivia. Written by William Goldman, with lavish cinematography from Conrad Hall, and directed by George Roy…
 
Taking up the short fall from a break in recording, Trev returns withselection of the Films That I Own That I Haven't Watched Yet! 4 titles picked at random, watched and discussed. But only one can be film of the month! This months movies are... MAD MAX (1979) Disturbing dystopian thriller starring Mel Gibson as the rogue cop hellbent on revenge ag…
 
Its two for the price of one today, as Rob and Trev discuss both cinematic incarnations of The Ladykillers. First an absolute classic, the Ealing Studios comedy from the 1950's, then for its modern remake by the talented Coen Brothers, but how do they compare. The Ladykillers (1955) - https://amzn.to/3KTSMZU A gang of criminals posing as a string q…
 
Mr Body has been murdered, and there are six colourful suspects. Was it Colonel Mustard in the Lounge with the Lead Pipe? Was it Ms Scarlet in the Dining Room with the rope? Or was it Professor Plum in the Kitchen with the revolver? Who knows? Who cares? A rip-roaring chaotic laugh fest in this weeks podcast, as 1985's Clue, based on teh Who-Dunnit…
 
We are massive Potter fans in this household, and if you are too, then maybe this podcast will be right up your street! PLEASE RATE THIS PODCAST NOW to HELP SUPPORT US! Having just recently rewatched the Harry Potter series of films, and currently listening to the audio books, I thought that now would be a great time to delve deeper into the films …
 
Classic 80's comedy Dirty Rotten Scoundrels is the main topic of discussion this week. Directed by Muppeteer Frank Oz and Starring Michael Caine and Steve Martin, this timeless movie of two conmen battling to con wealthy hieress (Gleanne Headly) Dirty Rotten Scoundrels is available to watch on Amazon Prime - https://amzn.to/3zUAqTA Support the show…
 
Brothers Robin and Trev are back to continue their discussion of the movies of 2021 that they managed to watch, some great, some OK and some are not very favourable at all. This week films such as The New Amazon Cinderella, Peter Jackson's Beatles documentary Get Back, Sandra Bullocks Unforgiveable, Edgar Wright's Last Night In Soho, James Wan's ho…
 
Hi Y'all! (thats what our American cousins say, it means hello everyone!) Welcome back to another episode of the WN MOVIE TALK (formally known as the We Need To Talk About Movies Podcast) and this is one of those separate spin off episodes in which I, (Trev) rummage through my ever growing list of films that I own that I haven't watched yet, pick a…
 
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Joined once again by his big brother Robin, Trev invites you to reflect on the past years movies in this review of the films of 2021... Part 1! After the diabolical state of the cinema in 2020 - when Covid put a stop to everything, 2021 was a welcome return to some sort of cinematic normality. With massive films such as the New Bond ('No Time To Di…
 
Well, its been nearly a year since Nath and myself began this podcast, and nearly 40 episodes have aired. Usually, we chat for one and a half to two hours, and we try our best to whittle the chat down to about an hour. Sometimes this is easier than others, when we make so many mistakes, or when we go off on a tangent that slows the episode or does …
 
We're back... or at least Trev is, but this time he is joined by his older brother Robin, for a discussion about Spiderman No Way Home (2021) the third in the trilogy of Tom Holland, which explores Marvel's multiverse. They also discuss Superheroes in general, the whole DC vs Marvel debate and ask the question, are we done with Superheroes by now? …
 
I absolutely love the festive season, a massive kid at heart, and so each year we watch the same Christmas Films, The Santa Clause, Christmas Vacation, Scrooged, Elf.... etcetera ectetera... However, there are always those older classic movies, synonymous with the Christmas season which I haven't watched yet... and so I thought I would choose four …
 
Before Lord Of The Rings, which in my mind is the ultimate trilogy, Kiwi director Peter Jackson had made some pretty raw and grotesque low budget movies, showcasing the ingenuity of his film making talent, and creating some of the most extreme yet effective gore effects to splatter the celluloid! Three films that started a colossal and diverse care…
 
After a bit of a respite, Nath and Trev are back with another classic movie viewed and discussed - James Cameron's underwater sci-fi spectacle The Abyss. Starring Ed Harris, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio and Michael Biehn, this ambitious movie was Cameron's follow up to his take on the alien franchise with Aliens, and predecessor to the awesome T2. S…
 
Its All Hollows Eve - or Halloween to you, so Nath and Trev have chosen the hilarious supernatural mocumentary What We Do In The Shadows to watch and discuss - from writer director duo Taika Waititi (Jojo Rabbit, Thor Ragnarok) and Jemaine Clement (Flight of The Conchords) . The film follows the everyday life of three vampires who flat share in New…
 
I have been waiting for this most recent offering of the Dune Series more so than any other movie this year. Not that I am a massive Dune fan.. not at all... but I have always looked at the huge Frank Herbert novels and wondered what secrets and marvels this vast world holds. And with effects where they are, and the incredible filmmaker Denis Ville…
 
Never in the history of We Need To Talk About Movies Podcast has Trev and Nath seen the same film in such a completely different light as this one. Nath's choice this week is Bad Words, the 2013 comedy starring and directed by wholesome actor Jason Bateman as the offensive Guy Trilby, a role that clearly is trying to stick another feather in his pr…
 
This weeks episode of the We Need To Talk About Movies Podcast is Trev's choice, and he thought after the dark Bad Boy Bubby that we needed a bit of sunshine in our life, so he and Nath watched and discussed Little Miss Sunshine, the hilarious 2006 comedy road movie starring Greg Kinnear, Steve Carell, Toni Collette, Alan Arkin, Paul Dano and Abiga…
 
Heh up! Its time for another 4 more titles from my list of "Films I Own But I Haven't Watched Yet', selected at random, viewed for the first time and with my initial views on each movie straight after. This months titles are as follows.... Wonderland (2003) - https://amzn.to/3iSBnVt Val Kilmer plays iconic 70's porn star John Holmes in this story d…
 
After we get through a bucket load of light-hearted listeners 80's film suggestions carried over from last weeks episode, the conversation turns dark as we explore this months bizarre film title, Bad Boy Bubby. Incest, oppression, religious zealots, physical and mental abuse, childhood trauma, mental and physical handycaps - the Australians sure kn…
 
Heh up - I had a cinema night last night, went to watch the New Bond, didn't I? Well, I had to talk about it, and invite anyone else who has already got around to watching the last of the Daniel Craig Bond films to join me as I blabber on about my thoughts. It is a spoiler full chat from the outset so if you havent already seen it then please call …
 
Its the 80's this week for another audience choice, and the hilarious but increasingly bizarre kung-fu comedy action movie Big Trouble In Little China starring Kurt Russell and directed by 80's legend John Carpenter. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/wnmovietalk)By Hagfilms Entertainment
 
In this weeks episode of We Neeed To Talk About Movies Podcast, the UK's top film discussion podcast hosted by your unruly idiots Trev and Nath, its Nath's choice - and he has chosen the 1998 debut animation feature from Dreamworks Animation - Antz. This dark comedy action movie was only the second ever computer generated feature film to be release…
 
In this Special episode of the Films I Own But Haven't Watched Yet, Trev watches the entire series of Star Trek TOS Motion Pictures for the first time and gives his impromptu first impressions... So join Trev as he joins Kirk (William Shatner), Spock (Leonard Nimoy), Bones McCoy (DeForest Kelley), Sulu (George Takai), Uhura (Nichelle Nichols), Chec…
 
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