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Silver Screen Queens 34: Saving Mr Banks

15 January 2014 • 45 minutes, 2 seconds

The story of the curmudgeonly Australian-born author of Mary Poppins, P.L. Travers and the two-decade struggle by Walt Disney to secure the rights to her story.

Jelly and Bean 56: I Don’t Know Where I Am Right Now

10 January 2014 • 47 minutes, 1 second

Lightning reviews for this season’s holiday movies: Enders Game, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug and Frozen; Disney shifts the rights for Star Wars comics to Marvel; a Snapchat vulnerability is revealed, and it would appear they’ve known about it for months; and Facebook starts using your private messages as support for things you link to.

Silver Screen Queens 33: Holiday Special

8 January 2014 • 1 hour, 17 minutes

Over the Christmas break, Katie and Mel saw a bunch of movies and decided to review them in one episode. In the grand tradition of the Star Wars Holiday Special, they present a feature-packed episode talking Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, American Hustle, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug and Frozen.

Jelly and Bean 55: The Collective Your Mum

27 December 2013 • 1 hour, 33 minutes

This summer, engage your ears as you listen to the second Jelly and Bean holiday special, discussing movies to look forward to (and some to be kinda apathetic about) in 2014. From Need for Speed to Muppets: Most Wanted, the boys cover what’s known about a selection on movies coming up in 2014, and give an advanced rating based on what they know.

Silver Screen Queens 32: Die Hard

18 December 2013 • 36 minutes, 56 seconds

‘Tis the season. For our inaugural Christmas episode, we watch the ultimate Christmas movie.

Jelly and Bean 54: Lightsaber You With My Lightsaber

13 December 2013 • 1 hour, 8 minutes

The boys discuss the original trilogy of Star Wars, including its place in pop culture and science fiction history, its influence on the generation that grew up with it, and the special effects and how they’ve changed the films over the years. Plus, Machete order and how the prequels could’ve been improved with some more interesting writing techniques.

Silver Screen Queens 31: War Games

11 December 2013 • 36 minutes, 41 seconds

A young computer whiz kid (Matthew Broderick with boy band hair) accidentally connects into a top secret super-computer which has complete control over the U.S. nuclear arsenal. It challenges him to a game between America and Russia, and he innocently starts the countdown to World War 3.

Silver Screen Queens 30: Only Lovers Left Alive

4 December 2013 • 32 minutes, 16 seconds

The peaceful undeath of long-lived vampire lovers Adam and Eve is interrupted by Adam’s bout of depression and the interruption of Eve’s “sister” Ava. Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton make living forever look mighty appealing.

Jelly and Bean 53: I Might Need to Cry Now

29 November 2013 • 53 minutes, 53 seconds

Doctor Who celebrates its 50th anniversary with the special episode, The Day of the Doctor, and the dramatisation of the show’s beginnings in An Adventure in Space and Time; Google applies for a patent to generate tweets on your behalf, further cementing their place as creepiest company ever; and the Xbox One hits stores worldwide, garnering over a million sales.