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Do you like films? Do you like debating whether a film is a cinematic triumph, or if it’s a big hot mess? Well, we’ve got a just the podcast for you. We aim to settle those raging debates once and for all, as we put Films on Trial We’re five lads from Liverpool and each week we will act as judge, prosecution, and defence as we recreate a courtroom scenario, and decide whether a much loved (or hated) film should end up on the Hit List or not. Film trivia, quizzes, banter, terrible impressions ...
 
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This week we conclude our 200th episode celebration with a very special quiz all about Films on Trial. Apologies in advance, it's very self-indulgent, but you'll hopefully find it as fun to listen to as we did to record it. Hope that you all enjoy it! www.filmsontrial.co.uk Special Guest: Big Dave. Support Films on Trial…
 
For our 200th episode 2 part special, the gang put No Time To Die on trial. Is it a thunderball or does it (sky)fall from grace? Part 1 will cover the trial. Gav and Ausy are on defence and state that it's a textbook James Bond movie. The Daves are prosecuting and argue that it's too serious and shooting itself in the foot. There are lots of great …
 
Free Guy is on trial this week. Does it pwn everything or was it made by noobs? Gav and Joel defend, pointing to a fun premise and performances by actors who look like they are enjoying themselves. Dave and Alex say the second half doesn't live up to the promise of the first and some cgi heavy sequences drag it down even further. All this with an i…
 
Eden Lake is on trial this week. Will it tempt us or should it be banished? Gav and Joel point out a top cast and a gore-filled plot that is as believable as it is horrific. However, Dave and Ausy say this is a cheap use of shock violence that has a tone deaf attitude to youth gang culture. All this with an impression of a young scallywag and a qui…
 
The Night of The Hunter takes the stand this week. Will we love it with all our heart or hate it's guts? Alex and Dave defend, saying a masterful performance by Robert Mitchum is the cherry on top of a film packed with thrills and chills. Gav prosecutes, saying that a promising start ends up turning into farce and that there's a good reason why thi…
 
This week, The Bodyguard is on trial. Is it a bulletproof vest, or is it a bullet in the chest? Joel and Ausy argue that it's a timeless classic, with a great central love story and a fantastic soundtrack. Gav and Alex argue that it's a got a weak story and a uninspiring romance. There's a quiz about Kevin Costner and other cinematic Kevins, plus i…
 
This week The Postman is on trial. Is it 'next day delivery', or is it "sorry we missed you"? Dave and Ausy praise the direction and the message of hope in this post apocalyptic film, whereas Gav and Joel argue that the film is too long and self-indulgent. There's a quiz about correspondence in movies, an impression of Postman Pat, plus lots of gre…
 
This week Waterworld is on trial. Is it a lifeline or a sinking ship? Dave and Ausy defend that it is a misunderstood film with fantastic action and a not-so hidden warning about climate change. Gav argues that it's reputation as a cinematic failure is well-deserved. www.filmsontrial.co.uk Support Films on Trial…
 
This week Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves is on trial. Okay Is it robbing from the rich to give to the poor? Or is it robbing from the poor to give to the rich? There are lots of great discussions, plus a quiz about movie soundtracks that have been number one in the UK music charts. www.filmsontrial.co.uk Support Films on Trial…
 
The Suicide Squad (2021) is in the hot seat this week. Does James Gunn hit the bullseye or has he jumped the shark? Ausy and Gav defend, pointing out a stellar cast and refreshing take on the dark side of superhero comics. Alex and Dave disagree, looking instead at the lack of emotional depth between the characters and the excessive violence. All t…
 
Se7en is on trial this week. A blessing to behold or a terrible transgression? Dave and Joel argue that stunning direction and a thrilling plot make this a classic. Gav and Alex point out that the mystery gets lost in gore and a certain terrible performance tanks the entire film. All this with an impression of one of the sinners in the film and a q…
 
Knives Out is in the hot seat this week. A cut above the rest or a stab in the dark? Gav is in defence, looking at a stellar story that balances a clever whodunnit with fascinating insights into American society. Joel and Alex are on offence, pointing out a bloated A-list cast that defies belief and weak core to the story. All this with our go at a…
 
This week, Army of the Dead is on trial. Is it an ace up the sleeve? Or does it break the bank? In a stripped back episode this week, Gav argues that the Zack Snyder is having a blast and the result is a big, fun movie. Dave disagrees and says that it lacks character developments and that the plot is all over the place. There's no quiz this week, b…
 
This week Terminator: Genisys is in the hot seat. The beginning of something good or a rotten apple? Gav and Joel defend, arguing that this action film is packed with great action and manages to reinvigorate the tired franchise. Ausy and Alex do not agree, pointing out the incomprehensible plot and wooden performances that will annoy die-hard fans …
 
Gave and Joel are missing this week so Alex, Dave and Austin go a little off-piste when dealing with this star-studded 2011 movie. There's still a healthy dose of impressions and a quiz on quotes from films set at new years eve. www.filmsontrial.co.uk Support Films on Trialโดย Films on Trial
 
Noelle is in the hot seat this week. Will it get on the naughty or nice list? Dave and Ausy defend, pointing out the light-hearted high jinx and joyful performances sprinkled through this festive feature. Gav and Alex prosecute, highlighting the flavourless comedy that takes no risks and boring plot. All this with a heartwarming impression of Santa…
 
In our continuing quest to become hip, relevant, and popular enough to leave our day jobs, the FoT team will be putting Elf (2003) on trial and judging once and for all whether this is an absolute cracker or a disappointing turkey. Dave and Joel will be defending, with Ausy and Alex on the prosecution. Gav will be both judge and MC, making sure our…
 
Mank is in the dock this week. A letter away from what it really is or a satisfying release? Ausy and Alex are on the defence, talking about the beautiful direction and relevant political themes that make this a shoe in at the Oscar's next year. Gav and Joel prosecute, pointing out the dense script that takes no prisoners and chaotic plot structure…
 
Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan[b] is a 2020 American mockumentary comedy film directed by Jason Woliner in his feature directorial debut. The gang do some seriously bad Borat impressions, a quiz, and discuss if this is The King Of the Castle or like wiz…
 
Odd Thomas is in the hot seat this week. A dead cert or does it give up the ghost? Dave and Gav argue this is a cheesy but fun adaptation of a Dean Koontz novel that showcases Anton Yelchin and is fun for everyone. Joel and Alex very much disagree, pointing out the unbelievably bad script, awful performances and grating soundtrack. All this and an …
 
The Crazies is on trial this week. An infectious zombie romp or does it make you lose your mind? Gav and Joel argue this remake improves on the original and has a strong lead trio that you can't help but get behind. Ausy and Dave don't believe this has enough of the social commentary of the original and plays fast and loose with the rules of zombie…
 
Hubie Halloween is on trial this week. The fright of your life or a yellow stain? Ausy and Gav defend this week, pointing out the fun, daft humour that we need in 2020, with an undercurrent of social commentary on America in the 21st Century. Dave and Alex could not disagree more, saying the lack of jokes and poor taste make this a shallow waste of…
 
Under The Skin is in the hot seat this week. Out of this world or does it go up in flames? Alex defends this sci-fi horror, talking about the beautiful imagery, a career topping performance from Scarlett Johansson and an original approach to story telling. Gav and Ausy are on the attack, pointing out the boring extended shots that go nowhere and th…
 
Crimson Peak is on trial this week. Built to last or a house of cards? Joel has picked this for Halloween Horror Month and defends it with Dave. They point out the masterful direction by Guillermo Del Toro and excellent performances by a top flight cast. Ausy and Alex look at the predictable plot and uninteresting script that make this a boring dud…
 
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