Tuesday, 15 August 2017

ATOMIC BLONDE - podcast review out now

In this slightly spoiler filled podcast (nothing that gives away the ending) we look at David Leitch's Atomic Blonde. Based on the comic The Coldest City by Anthony Johnston and Sam Hart, we are taken to 1989 Berlin. The wall hasn't yet come down, but the world's secret service agencies are on high alert after a list containing the names of every agent goes missing. Enter Charlize Theron as Lorraine, MI6's best agent, a striking individual with plenty of fighting skills. Also starring James McAvoy and Sofia Boutella, we break apart this flimsy excuse for an 80s mix-tape and look at how its lack of emotion and gratuitous scenes has unfortunately made one of the most loathsome films of the summer.

We mention a couple of other films in this podcast. Find our reviews of them by clicking on the films title: Suicide Squad and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.

You can download this episode directly here.

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*Yes, yes I know I spelt the title of the film wrong in the poster. Sorry.

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