David Attenborough or Jane Goodall? Dr. Maria Walls reckons Jane is the way to go. The documentary follows Jane Goodall and her groundbreaking research, drawing from over 100 hours of unseen footage, while she revolutionized the world of the great ape.
Clayton and Mike are excited about another Elizabeth Moss performance, and rightly so. The Square portrays when personal and professional turmoil strikes as an art curator sets out on a new endeavour and Claytons reckons it's worth a watch if you're in the ~art~ world.
Need an Upgrade? Dr. Maria Walls reckon's she got one, and it's a goodie. A story of future and artifical intelligence, sure to be thrilling as made by the creators of Saw and Get Out. Strap yourself in, this one is action-packed.
Maria has actually used the word _exceptional_ this week, what a glorious occasion. McQueen is about to hit cinemas and you don't want to miss out on this intimate and professional depiction of one profound influence in the world of fashion.
Maria's bringing in dark tales of the silk road... You know, the online version. Deep Web is a documentary about the tales of online encrypted trading; the darkest secrets of the deepest web. Ooo, spooky.
Dr Wells made her presence in the studio through the phone lines this morning, but her unfortunate flu didn't stop her from reviewing Rick and Morty Season 3. Pickle Rick, a smarter Morty and animated farting, Season 3 has it all from the wacky Grandad - Grandson duo.
Based around the real-life farce that occurred shortly after the death of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin, Armando Iannucci's (Time Trumpet, The Thick of It, Veep) Death of Stalin bills itself as a 'comedy of terrors'. With an ensemble cast of comedy vets (Michael Palin, Steve Buscemi) and theatre wonders (Simon Russell Beale), Iannucci's film deflates rather dark passages of world history to show the sad, hilarious truths of how men act when confronted with a sudden power vacuum. Any good, Maria?