Mark Kermode and Simon Mayo's Film Reviews: Episodes

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.
Edith and James sit in for Mark and Simon. They talk to Colin Farrell and John Hurt; the former stars in A New York Winter’s Tale and the latter in Only Lovers Left Alive. James will review those films along with Stalingrad, Stranger by the Lake & Nymph()maniac Parts 1 and 2.
Our guest is MATT DAMON, who stars in The Monuments Men, a film about the allied plan to rescue art from the Nazis. Mark reviews the film, as well as Her, The Lego Movie, Tinkerbell and the Pirate Fairy, Cuban Fury and Endless Love. Plus your TV Movie of the Week.
Gary Oldman talks Robocop and Ralph Fiennes talks The Invisible Woman, plus Box Office Top 10 and reviews of The Dallas Buyers Club and Mr Peabody & Sherman.
Our guest is NICK FROST who stars in forthcoming dance comedy CUBAN FURY. Mark reviews Lone Survivor, That Awkward Moment, I, Frankenstein & The Armstrong Lie.
Sir Kenneth Branagh joins Simon and Mark live in the studio. Mark reviews his film Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, plus August: Osage County, Grudge Match and Inside Llewyn Davis.
It’s triple guest time on Wittertainment as both Coens and Juliette Lewis join us. Mark will review Devil’s Due, Crystal Fairy, The Wolf of Wall Street and Tim’s Vermeer, plus a dollop of Oscars chat.
Mark and Simon’s guest is LEONARDO DICAPRIO who stars in The Wolf of Wall Street. Mark reviews 12 Years A Slave, The Railway Man, Delivery Man, Kiss The Water and 1:Life on the Limit.
Edith Bowman and James King stand in for Simon and Mark. James speaks to Idris Elba about Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, while Edith chats to David O. Russell, director of American Hustle. Plus reviews of Last Vegas, Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones, The Age of Uprising and more.
Highlights of the year's film reviews including Pain & Gain, Gravity, Iron Man 3 and Despicable Me 2. The best of the guests with Michael Douglas, Tom Hanks, Naomi Watts, Judi Dench and more. Plus Mark's Top 10 of 2013.
Pianist & composer Neil Brand joins Wittertainment for some festive musical frivolity. Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd talk about Anchorman 2, which Mark also reviews. He'll also give us his views on American Hustle, The Harry Hill Movie, Moshi Monsters: The Movie, Walking with Dinosaurs, and All is Lost. ...
Our guest this week is MARTIN FREEMAN who plays Bilbo Baggins in the new Hobbit film, which Mark also reviews. Mark gives us his thoughts on Fill the Void, Tamla Rose & The Christmas Candle. Plus the shortlist for Well Done U, our short film competition is announced. Plus TV Movie of the Week.
Our guest is Harvey Weinstein, who talks about the Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom royal premiere and reflects on Nelson's life. Mark reviews Big Bad Wolves, Frozen, Getaway, Homefront, Kill Your Darlings, Nebraska and Oldboy.
Simon chats to Daniel Radcliffe about playing Allen Ginsberg in Kill Your Darlings and Mark reviews Saving Mr. Banks, Carrie, Free Birds, Jeune et Jolie, The Best Man Holiday, Day of the Flowers and Leviathan. Plus TV Movie of the Week.
Mark interviews Emma Thompson, who stars in Saving Mr. Banks with Tom Hanks. Mark reviews The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Blue is the Warmest Colour, Flu, The Family, Computer Chess, Vendetta and Parkland.
Reviews of The Butler, The Counsellor, Dom Hemingway, Don Jon, Pandora’s Promise and Utopia. Plus Jennifer Lawrence talks to Simon about her role as Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
Mark and Simon return. Interview with Jude Law, reviews of Gravity, Seduced and Abandoned, How to Survive a Plague and In Fear.
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