Mark Kermode and Simon Mayo's Film Reviews: Episodes

Mark reviews Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Pudsey The Dog: The Movie & Supermensch.
Keira Knightley talks to Simon Mayo. Mark reviews Begin Again, How to Train Your Dragon 2, Transformers: Age of Extinction, Boyhood, Bastards, Goltzius Goltzius And The Pelican
Company & Mr Morgan’s Last Love.
Reviews of Tammy, The Anomaly, The 100-Year-Old-Man Who Climbed Out The Window And Disappeared and Transformers: Age of Extinction. Plus Box Office Top 10 and TV Movie of the Week.
Reviews of Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie, Chef, Walking on Sunshine, Cold in July, Seve and The Golden Dream, plus the Box Office Top 10 and TV Movie of the Week.
Simon speaks to Ansel Elgort about his role in The Fault In Our Stars, while Mark reviews Jersey Boys, 3 Days To Kill, The Art of the Steal, Miss Violence and more. Plus the usual Box Office and TV Movie of the Week chat.
Reviews of Belle, T.S.Spivet, Devil’s Knot, Oculus and Of Horses and Men. Plus Box Office Top 10 and TV Movie of the Week.
Mark and Simon return with reviews of 22 Jump Street, Grace of Monaco, Fruitvale Station, Cheap Thrills & more. Plus an interview with Amma Asante and Tom Wilkinson, director and star of Belle.
James King and Edith Bowman stand in for Mark and Simon. They talk to Angelina Jolie and Seth MacFarlane and review Maleficent. A Million Ways to Die in the West, Edge of Tomorrow, Jimmy’s Hall and more…
Simon Mayo chats to Sir Patrick Stewart about X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST and Mark reviews Blended, Fading Gigolo, Postman Pat The Movie, The Punk Singer and Heli. Plus Top Ten and TV Movie of the Week.
Gareth Edwards returns to the show to discuss his new film Godzilla, and Mark reviews The Two Faces of January, In Secret, A Touch of Sin and Pantani: The Accidental Death of a Cyclist.
Mark and Simon are joined by Stephen Mangan, who provides the voice of Postman Pat in the new big screen adaptation. Plus reviews of Frank, Sabotage, The Wind Rises and The Canyons. Plus UK Box Office Top 10 and TV Movie and DVD of the Week.
Mark and Simon’s guest is Michael Fassbender, who stars in Frank. Mark reviews Pompeii, Tarzan, Bad Neighbours, Blue Ruin & A Thousand Times Goodnight.
Mark and Simon's guest today is Kit Harington, star of Game of Thrones and the forthcoming disaster epic Pompeii. Reviews of Transcendence, The Other Woman, Tracks & Exhibition, Looking for Light and We Are the Freaks. Plus the UK Box Office Top 10 and TV Movie of the Week.
David Morrissey is in the chair this week and we see the return of Boyd & Floyd stepping in to Mark’s shoes for the week. They’ll be reviewing The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Khumba, The Last Days on Mars, Calvary, The Quiet Ones, The Raid 2 and Half of a Yellow Sun.
Our guest is Darren Aronofksy, director of Noah, which Mark reviews. He’ll also run the rule over Rio 2, Divergent, The Double and A Story of Children and Film.
Our guest is Ricky Gervais, who stars in Muppets Most Wanted as Dominic Badguy. Mark reviews that film, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, 20 Feet from Stardom, The Borderlands, The Past & Afternoon Delight. And on Five Live's 20th anniversary we run through the box office top ten from March 1994.
Mark and Simon's guest is Chris Evans (no, not that one) who stars in Captain America: Winter Soldier. Mark reviews A Long Way Down, Labor Day, Starred Up & The Unknown Known. Mark is in Seattle so it also features some transcontintental bickering.
A one hour show this week. Mark reviews Under the Skin, The Zero Theorem, Need for Speed and The Stag.
Our guest this week is Terry Gilliam, director of upcoming movie The Zero Theorem. Mark reviews 300: Rise of an Empire, Bullet, Escape from Planet Earth, Grand Budapest Hotel, Paranoia & Wake In Fright.
Emily Watson is our guest this week. Mark reviews The Book Thief, As the Palaces Burn, Non Stop, Ride Along, Unforgiven & We Are What We Are.
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