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Kevin Suarez Reviews: Fist Fight

This week, Kevin reviewed Fist Fight, a directed by Richie Keen and starring Ice Cube, Charlie Day and Tracy Morgan. It is the last day of classes at Roosevelt High School and senior student pranks are causing chaos throughout the school. Two teachers plan to fight each other after one of them gets fired. 

 

Produced by Kevin Suarez and Sean Britten

Breakfast Review: T2 Trainspotting

Will a second shot of Trainspotting be as good as the first? Michael and Nic tie off and discuss 

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Interview: Danny Boyle, director of T2 Trainspotting

Its been over 20 years since the original, but a sequel to the 1996 classic Trainspotting drops into cinemas this week.

T2 Trainspotting re-unites original cast members - Ewen McGregor, Robert Carlyle, Jonny Lee-Miller and Ewen Bremmer - with acclaimed director Danny Boyle.

2SER's Kevin Suarez chats here with Danny Boyle.

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Mardi Gras Film Festival: Teenage Kicks from Craig Boreham

Australian director Craig Boreham's debut feature film Teenage Kicks is set to screen at the  2017 Mardi Gras Queer Screen Film Festival tonight. This coming-of-age story of teen Miklos Varga is an explosive exploration of family trauma and sexual awakening. Craig talked about finding poetry and drama in the world of suburbia, plus what's next for him and his filmmaking crew.

Breakfast Reviews: Hidden Figures & Silence

Is Silence golden? Do the numbers add up for Hidden Figures? Michael and Nic discuss.

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Hint: Pretty sure these three didn't just walk out of a screening of Silence.

Breakfast Review: Fences

There was no chance Michael was going to be picking splinters out of his bum after seeing Fences.

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Breakfast Review: Patriots Day

Does Patriots Day do its duty? Michael and Nic discuss.

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Kevin Reviews: Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, Perfect Strangers, Moonlight and Split.

Today, 2ser critic Kevin Suarez talks about the Academy Awards the portrayal of mental illness on screen, zombies, and phones in a bumper review segment with The Daily's Sean Britten. 

Produced by Kevin Suarez

Breakfast Review: Live By Night

Screenwriter, director, lead actor - Ben Affleck sure wears a lot of hats in 1930's gangster film Live By Night.

Michael and Nic discuss.

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The Daily Reviews: The Return of Xander Cage

This week is the return of Sean and action hero Xander Cage - 2SER's very own Kevin Suarez joined Sean on the Daily to review The Return on Xander Cage starring Vin Diesel.

Produced by Kevin Suarez

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