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Episode 20: The Butterfly Tree, Better Watch Out, Goodbye Christopher Robin, The Teacher, Daddy's Home 2, Tulip Fever
Charlie, Jess, Daniel and Jake discuss the week's films, debate whether 'Get Out' deserves to be submitted to the Golden Globes comedy category, count down the best cameos of all time, and speak to the writer and director of 'The Butterfly Tree', Priscilla Cameron, about her near-decade long endeavour to bring the film to life.
News ▸ With the award season starting up, studios are getting their ‘For Your consideration’ campaigns into gear. In a surprise move, Universal have submitted acclaimed horror classic ‘Get Out’ in the comedy category of the Golden Globes, with director Jordan Peele’s approval, causing many people to scratch their heads in confusion. How on earth could the supreme horror film of 2017 possibly be classed as a comedy? And has this happened before? ▸ It’s been a few weeks now since the release of ‘Thor: Ragnarok’, and it’s made a gazillion dollars, so it's no spoiler that Matt Damon, Luke Hemsworth and Sam Neill all have hilarious cameos in the film together. Matt Damon is no stranger to awesome cameos, with 'Eurotrip', 'Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back' and a very secretive turn in 'Intersellar', just to mention a few. So what are the greatest cameos seen on the big screen?
Interview ‘The Butterfly Tree’ is finally in cinemas, after debuting at this year’s Melbourne International Film Festival. Jake spoke to the movie’s writer and director, Priscilla Cameron, about the process of bringing the script to life, assembling a stellar cast and filming on Mount Tamborine.
Make sure you catch ‘The Butterfly Tree’ from today - it’s opening in cinemas across the country, so to find a screening near you, head to www.facebook.com/butterflytreefilm and check out the upcoming events.