Dec 14, 2020
On today's episode we look at the very well received Adam Sandler movie, Uncut Gems. A film depicting how addiction and some fairly poor decision making can lead to an awful situation. 43 mins
NOTE: This episode is heavily edited due to several recording and technical issues. Sorry
Apr 22, 2017
Not sure what I was expecting but this wan't it. A very powerful and rather bleak look at the War on Drugs. This film is about a principled FBI agent who is enlisted by a government task force to bring down the leader of a powerful and brutal Mexican Drug Cartel. This film (and the episode) touches on some dangerous...
Apr 8, 2017
Serpico is one hell of a sad film as you get through it. It's basically one mans consistent trials and tribulations through his time in the NYPD. All he wants is to be an honest Cop, but back in the early 1970's that wasn't an easy task. Sorry about the poor audio quality, we are looking to improve it soon. 35 mins
Jun 20, 2016
Following a run of episodes devoted to films we've both rather enjoyed, we thought it was high time we saw a film with no significant redeeming features for us both to get good and grouchy at as a pallette-cleanser. What's that you say? A sleazy, sordid little crime thriller starring Nic Cage from the director of...
May 12, 2015
On this week's Two Friends Watch, Andrew picks one of his favourite films of 2014 - the tough, bleak anti-revenge thriller Blue Ruin, the product of a successful Kickstarter campaign that would seem to vindicate crowdfunding as a means of supporting the arts. We're both looking forward to what director Jeremy Saulnier...