Crave! episode 44: Dunkirk, The Big Sick, Atomic Blonde, Spiderman: Homecoming, Little Mix, Neil deGrasse Tyson

Simon and Steve are finally back from their winter break, and there’s a little catching up to do. Both of our presenters have been wowed by Dunkirk, the Christopher Nolan Second World War epic, and delighted by The Big Sick,…

Atomic Blonde — great soundtrack, shame about the film

Atomic Blonde is a film with an awful lot of potential. Set in West, and partly East, Berlin as the Wall falls, it tells the story of Lorraine Broughton (Charlize Theron), a British secret agent who has been sent by…

The Big Sick — a sweet, warm and very, very funny film

The Big Sick is much more than just the romantic comedy it’s being marketed as. It’s a daring concept for a film, telling as it does the story of the romance of its central characters Kumail and Emily, who meet…

Dunkirk: a remarkable telling of a remarkable story

Dunkirk is not an easy film to review; it’s not, for that matter, an easy film to watch. Christopher Nolan’s tenth feature tells a very well-known story of the evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force from the beaches of Dunkirk…

Crave! episode 43: Despicable Me 3, My Cousin Rachel, The Journey, The Handmaid’s Tale

In episode 43 of Crave!, Simon is a little disappointed by the lack of depicability in Despicable Me 3. Steve and Simon are both more taken with The Journey, the fictionalised account of how a central hatred in Northern Ireland’s…

My Cousin Rachel – expertly done, but ultimately unengaging

My Cousin Rachel leads you on a merry little Victorian dance. It achieves this goal with a degree of class, but for all that, by film’s end I found myself not caring too much about the characters. Its early promise…

Crave! episode 42: The Ultimate Eagles, Lorde’s new album, The Hippopotamus, The Mummy

Since The Actual Eagles aren’t touring any longer, the only way to hear their classics performed is to catch a show by The Ultimate Eagles, which is exactly what Simon and Steve did on Saturday night, and they were both…