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We've watched a lot of movies, but not all the movies. Time to fix that by sharing our most memorable movies with a guest (and you true believer). They get to watch a movie for the first time, we get to rewatch our favourites and have a chat about the things we love. And by we, we mean Luke and Hamza (@instahamz). Join us for chats about how movies have shaped us, what we want from movies and other random tangents that take our fancy. You've got just the right excuse to watch that classic you've always meant to see or dust off and rewatch an old fave .Music by E.M.M.A. (@oiiiemma).

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We've watched a lot of movies, but not all the movies. Time to fix that by sharing our most memorable movies with a guest (and you true believer). They get to watch a movie for the first time, we get to rewatch our favourites and have a chat about the things we love. And by we, we mean Luke and Hamza (@instahamz). Join us for chats about how movies have shaped us, what we want from movies and other random tangents that take our fancy. You've got just the right excuse to watch that classic you've always meant to see or dust off and rewatch an old fave .Music by E.M.M.A. (@oiiiemma).

    Wanna Watch: The Chain

    Wanna Watch: The Chain

    Are you a Londoner? Eli Silverman(@elisnoid), Luke and Hamza (@instahamz) are. They take a trip back into London of 1984 when they watch The Chain, the classic British comedy drama written by Jack Rosenthal and directed by Jack Gold.  

    Eli takes a break from comedy podcast The Cheapshow and his Soho Radio House of Pickle Sounds to be transported into a fantasy world of an affordable housing market.

    All shot on location, the film is bursting with recognisable faces like Nigel Hawthorne, Billie Whitelaw, Warren Mitchell and Leo McKern to name but a few. It's London that in part no longer exists, but will live forever.

    Music by E.M.M.A (@oiiiemma)

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Wanna Watch: The Masters of Time

    Wanna Watch: The Masters of Time

    A mind-bending animation directed by René Laloux and designed by Mœbius, The Masters of Time (Les Maîtres du temps) takes us into a dream-like state. A young boy trapped on a hostile planet waits for rescue from his father's friends.

    Film-maker Lars Henriks (https://www.larshenriks.de) of the New Hamburg School of Filmmaking tells us why he chose this film. We talk dreams and half-heard voices, and also how this film is so popular it could be a kind of copypasta.

    Why did it scar Luke as a child? And what did Hamza(@instahamz) wish he had done before listening?


    Music by E.M.M.A (@oiiiemma)

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Chef

    Chef

    Film critic and writer Benedick Lewis (@seethisif) had a mouth watering experience watching Chef. Jon Favreau stars and directs this tale of a chef re-igniting his career and family life, with John Leguizamo, Scarlett Johansson, Oliver Platt, Bobby Cannavale, and Dustin Hoffman, along with Robert Downey Jr. 

    Food, working with parents, mysterious hidden doors, we go into it all.

    Warning, you will be hungry after listening.

    Music by E.M.M.A (@oiiiemma)

    • 57 min
    Wanna Watch: The Idiots

    Wanna Watch: The Idiots

    The Idiots (Idioterne) is a provocative film from Lars von Trier, made under the Dogme 95 manifesto. A group of adults try to find their inner idiot by acting as if they are developmentally challenged.

    Improviser Duncan Wrigley joins Luke and Hamza (@instahamz) to have an intense and challenging chat about the messages of the movie. Who really comes off looking bad in the movie, and will we ever want to watch it again?

    Music by E.M.M.A (@oiiiemma)

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Top Gun

    Top Gun

    Raj Kumarasuriyar from the Arseholics Podcast (@arseholics) takes a break from talking about Arsenal to chat about Top Gun.

    He tells us about the emotional trauma that kept him from watching Top Gun for all these years.  Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer's volleyball skills leave us shocked and we discuss the machismo of the 80s, war politics and what the new Top Gun film may bring us.

    Music by E.M.M.A (@oiiiemma)

    • 58 min
    The 400 Blows

    The 400 Blows

    Improviser and PhD candidate Nathan Keates talks about The 400 Blows with Luke and Hamza (@instahamz).

    We cover our thoughts on education from our youths,  and how François Truffaut took his experience as a youth and turned it into such an influential movie. Where does a kid find decent role models in life?


    Music by E.M.M.A (@oiiiemma)

    • 58 min

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