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130 minutes | Dec 31, 2012
2012 In Review
In a bumper edition of the show, Mark and Rob are joined by Bob Moss, as they look back over the cinematic year and select their top 10 and bottom 5 films of 2012. Also, news, a roundup of the year at the UK box office, and reviews of new releases Jack Reacher and Grabbers.
61 minutes | Dec 24, 2012
And A Happy Merry To All Of You At Home
Christmas has arrived! Join Mark and Rob as they exchange gifts, go through the TV listings with a red marker pen, and look back at festive flicks such as Christmas Evil and The Ref. And before all of that, there are reviews of new releases, Pitch Perfect and Safety Not Guaranteed.
60 minutes | Dec 17, 2012
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
The filmography of Peter Jackson is in the spotlight this week, from his early exploitation films up to his latest, the first instalment of the Hobbit trilogy, An Unexpected Journey. In between, Mark and Rob look ahead to Life Of Pi, and confuse Pitch Perfect with Breaking Bad.
61 minutes | Dec 10, 2012
Do you like bizarre movies? About writers looking for inspiration? With cute little dogs in a pivotal role? Your very specific tastes are catered for, in a Take One that covers Sightseers and Seven Psychopaths. In Take Two, Mark takes on Mystic River, while Rob encounters Shock Corridor.
61 minutes | Dec 3, 2012
Mark and Rob examine crusty wedding dresses and rusty shackles, in a Take Two that takes in a number of versions of Charles Dickens' Great Expectations, including the new cinema release. Before that, they review Dreamworks' action-packed Rise of the Guardians and indie fantasy movie Beasts of the Southern Wild.
61 minutes | Nov 26, 2012
Silver Linings Playbook
100 weeks of Double Take! Jinkies. To celebrate their centennial, Mark and Rob dig into a bunch of new releases, such as Gambit, Silver Linings Playbook, End of Watch and Nativity 2: Danger in the Manger, and then pick at the poo-poo platter of "so bad, it's good" films lined up for Take Two.
61 minutes | Nov 19, 2012
Breaking Dawn Part 2
In a week where the Twilight saga's last gleaming has blinded most multiplexes, Mark and Rob also take time to look at two more arty releases- Holy Motors and The Master. In Take Two, Mark experiences Lawrence of Arabia for the first time, while Rob takes on The Ninth Configuration.
60 minutes | Nov 12, 2012
This week, John Goodman makes all of your movies, as reviews range from Argo to Matinee. Elsewhere, Mark and Rob look at new releases, Rust and Bone and The Sapphires, and in Take Two, Rob laughs his bottom off at The Bed Sitting Room.
62 minutes | Oct 29, 2012
50 years of James Bond on the big screen have all been leading up to this. As well as reviewing Skyfall, Mark and Rob look at the rest of Daniel Craig's tenure as 007, and make some recommendations for spooktacular viewing this Halloween, ahead of Wednesday's live quiz night.
63 minutes | Oct 22, 2012
Paranormal Activity 4
The ghosts in the mixing desk have never been scarier, with reviews of spooky new releases Paranomal Activity 4 and Tim Burton's Frankenweenie in store. Also, Mark and Rob debate the relative merits of the man they call Bron-homme, as our retrospective on James Bond's big screen career moves into the 1990s.
62 minutes | Oct 15, 2012
Mark and Rob split up their Take One duties this week, between kid-friendly genre comedy Hotel Transylvania, and indie romantic drama Ruby Sparks. In Take Two, they reunite on an odyssey through James Bond in the 1980s, from the ridiculous to the sublime...
61 minutes | Oct 8, 2012
A whole bunch of new releases are up for discussion in Take One, including Sinister, The Perks of Being A Wallflower and that there Liam Neeson sequel. And getting off of Taken 2, and onto Take Two, we continue our look back at 50 years of James Bond by watching Jaws and J.W. Pepper distract from Roger Moore.
62 minutes | Oct 1, 2012
A week of epic showdowns on this Double Take podcast; Gordon-Levitt vs. Willis! Ferrell vs. Galifianakis! Simpson vs. sleep! Mark and Rob rumble with Looper, The Campaign and three Bond movies that actually feature Blofeld's face.
63 minutes | Sep 24, 2012
Killing Them Softly
It's 50 years since 007 hit the big screen in Dr. No, and this week's show begins a look back at the last half-century of James Bond, with Sean Connery's first few outings. Before that, Mark and Rob dish up lots of movie news, and reviews of Killing Them Softly and House At The End Of The Street.
64 minutes | Sep 17, 2012
On the first of our Sunday evening shows, Mark and Rob have to ask Chumbawumba to ditch the hymn sheets, review ParaNorman and Premium Rush, and look back on films as varied as Robert Altman's The Player, and alien-yoghurt satire The Stuff.
61 minutes | Sep 12, 2012
In a show that crosses the right side of the law, the wrong side of the law, and the peculiar side of the LAWRGH, Mark and Rob review new releases Dredd and Lawless, before looking back at Cop Land and Bullet In The Head. And sorry, but Jeff will not be seen this week.
61 minutes | Sep 5, 2012
Keith Lemon: The Film was so bad that it knocked the show off the air, but Mark and Rob return with a bumper crop of new reviews, featuring The Possession, Berberian Sound Studio and Total Recall. And, in Take Two, Cool Hand Luke puts Mark off his eggs while Rob picks up an overlooked gem, Dust Devil.
57 minutes | Aug 22, 2012
The Expendables 2
As Mark and Rob say farewell to their epic retrospective on Disney animation, (with the bare minimum of lip service to Meet The Robinsons) there's also time to look at polarised new releases- the mumbly romantic drama, Take This Waltz, and the septugenarian action sequel, The Expendables 2. Warning: may contain erotic Stallone noises.
66 minutes | Aug 15, 2012
After a fortnight off-air, Rob still doesn't have a good Bane impression to show, but he has watched all four Bourne films, including The Bourne Legacy. Before that though, Mark talks to director Mark Andrews, producer Katherine Sarafian and art director Tia Kratter about their work on Pixar's latest, Brave.
59 minutes | Aug 1, 2012
Mark and Rob speak for the trees and grapple with a vulgar teddy bear in this week's Take One, with their reviews of Ted and The Lorax. In Take Two, Mark looks at Amadeus and Rob has problems with The Searchers.
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