At the Movies: final

It's going to be an emotional farewell as Margaret & David bow out with a one hour special.

2014-02-12_1106It’s going to be an emotional farewell.

After 28 years as a review duo, including 10 years of At the Movies, Margaret & David will bow out with a one hour special full of bloopers, discussions, interviews with filmmakers and actors, behind the scenes footage, and their final movie reviews of the films coming over the Summer period.

Those films include the big studio films: American Sniper, Exodus: Gods and Kings and Inherent Vice; family films: Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day and Big Hero 6.

They will also discuss male Oscar contender films Birdman and Foxcatcher; and female Oscar contenders Still Alice and Wild.

Foreign films will also make the cut, with reviews of Human Capital and Leviathan; and Australian films The Water Diviner and Paper Planes.

Margaret and David will also look at UK productions The Imitation Game, Mr Turner and The Theory of Everything.

And before they bid us farewell for the last time, Margaret and David will present their ‘Top 5’ films of 2014.

5 Responses

  1. “There are just so many films films that are around for a week or two and then you never hear of them again.”

    That’s because they’re recycled, factory-produced sh!t, with money spent on pointless CGI instead of writing, directing, or acting.

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