Also discussed: I Don't Feel At Home In This World Anymore (2017), The West Wing (1999-2006), Enemy At The Gates (2001), Stand By Me (1986).
It's time for another episode of Nic, Tys and Videotape! This week, we bring you We Are Groot Vol #2, our series of episodes that let us geek out over our favourite genre of film, Superhero Movies!!! And this time we're taking a look at The Incredible Hulk, the second attempt to bring everybody's favourite giant green rage-monster to the big-screen! There's plenty of positives to talk about, despite this being the MCU film that Marvel would prefer you forgot existed, as well as a detailed examination of the Hulk's pretty boy haircut.
But there's more! We try and make sense of the utterly bonkers trailer for a new Aronofsky thriller in Talkin' Trailers, Tys looks at a Netflix Original film with a title that definitely wouldn't fit on a marquee in What Did You Watch This Week?, and Nic recommends a Stephen King classic in Crossing The Streams.
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NEXT WEEK!!! Welcome to the show, possibly the greatest director of all-time, the one and only Steven Spielberg!!! And while you're probably thinking "oh they're gonna do an ep on Jaws, or maybe Indiana Jones", you're of course wrong because instead, we're looking at something a little left-of-centre. A film that was so huge when it was released, but is barely remembered today, the sci-fi invasion thriller, WAR OF THE WORLDS!!
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