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Ray & Liz - Film4 - Monday 11:20pm

Highly recommend.

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The Lady From Shanghai - Sony Movie Classic - 11.15am Thursday

Wonderful film. Arguably Welles’ best.

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Monday May 3rd
Sully (BBC 1)
Deadpool 2 (Film 4)
Blockers (Film 4)
Straight Outta Compton (ITV 4)

Tuesday May 4th
Elizabeth (Film 4)
A Single Man (Sony Movies)

Wednesday May 5th
Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation (Film 4)
10 Cloverfield Lane (Film 4)
Total Recall (1990) (ITV 4)
Scarface (ITV 4)
The Road (Sony Movies)
Maggie (Horror Channel)

Thursday May 6th
Up In The Air (BBC 2)
Citizen Kane (BBC 4)
The Eyes Of Orson Welles (BBC 4)
Midnight Run (Film 4)
The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974) (Film 4)
Reds (Talking Pictures TV)
The 'Burbs (Horror Channel)

Friday May 7th
When Harry Met Sally (BBC 1)
End Of Watch (BBC 2)
The Guest (Sony Movies)

Saturday May 8th
City Of Tiny Lights (BBC 1)
The Fits (BBC 2)
Paddington (Film 4)
Buried (Film 4)
Warrior (Film 4)
Hollow Man (Horror Channel)
Knocked Up (ITV 2)
Cocktail (5Star)

Sunday May 9th
Inside Out (BBC 1)
Catch Me If You Can (BBC 2)
Spectre (ITV 1)
The Devil Wears Prada (Channel 4)
Hail, Caesar! (Film 4)
Black Sea (Film 4)

Rather enjoyed Blockers and Buried when I watched them recently. Pelham and When Harry Met Sally are two relative biggies that i’ve never seen - so will set them to record. Hail, Caesar! seemingly gets more reverence as the years goes on so will put that on the list too.

Is The Devil Wears Prada actually any good?


It’s pretty good, wouldn’t say it’s anything particularly memorable or amazing

The Fits is well worth a watch

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Cheers for the heads up for The Fits and to @littleforts for Blockers.

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It’s an extremely easy watch, and a bit of a cult classic because of the depiction of the fashion industry. Meryl Streep is great in it. Perfect watch-on-a-plane type film.

Love Sully.
I might double bill it with Up in the Air which I’ve been meaning to watch for years. Didn’t Anna Kendrick get Oscar nominated for it or something? Intriguing

The Devil Wears Prada is kind of fun. Everything I know about the high-end fashion industry (which is admittedly very little) repulses me but the interplay between Streep, Hathaway and especially Blunt is brilliant