The one with Lost in Space, Tango One, Elle and The Alienist

Reviews of Lost in Space, Tango One, Elle and The Alienist.

Simon Mat and Claire didn’t fancy watching Rampage, so it’s a Netflix streaming special as the team take a look over some of the wide range of material available on the streaming service.

Simon takes a look at the remake of the classic story Swiss Family Robinson, er, I mean Lost in Space – does the megabudget remake stand up as a family adventure series?

Claire has been casting her eyes of much praised Paul Verhoven film Elle, starring Isabelle Huppert, and how one strong woman deals with being raped.

Simon has gone to the other end of the quality spectrum and watched gangster’n’guns thrller Tango One, based on the book by Stephen Leather.

Finally all three take a look at The Alienist, the 1800s set serial killer mystery horror series starring Daniel Bruhl, Dakota Fanning and Wales’ finest Luke Evans.

Plus news, abuse, and a look back at the life of Verne Troyer. 

The One with Mute, Peter Rabbit, The Hurricane Heist and A Quiet Place

Mute, finally, gets reviewed, along with Peter Rabbit, The Hurricane Heist and silent horror A Quiet Place.

Simon, Mat and Claire return to the Beehive pub, Swindon, Wiltshire for their 50th Episode of the Admit One Movies podcast. Recorded over two days, the show contains a look at Solo: A Star Wars story, a discussion of Netflix’s refusal to show anything at Cannes, a week after Cannes refused to show anything that Netflix submitted (sour grapes?).

Sony’s Peter Rabbit with a miscast James Corden as the voice of lead character gets reviewed, Simon and Claire finally get round to reviewing futuristic noir film Mute from Duncan Jones. Simon provides the shortest ever review of Rob “The Fast and the Furious” Cohen latest film, The Hurricane Heist with Maggie Grace. Finally Mat and Claire hold each other’s hands through innovative horror film A Quiet Place with Emily Blunt.

Thanks to Back of the Grid F1‘s Tom, Chris & Stu, and Greg from The All Seeing Guys, both BritPodScene members, wishing us a happy birthday. These guys do really excellent podcasts and I urge you to check them out!!.