Dunkirk takes the stand this week. Is it a meticulous recount of an important event in British history or does it get bogged down in patriotism?
Ausy and Dave and Alex prosecute until the latter realises he's meant to be defending it. They point out the lack of any real protagonist and the "stiff upper lip" approach of the script and actors. Gav, later joined my Alex, defends by highlighting the incredible cinematography, score and attention to detail.
There's also a quiz based on War films and an impression of Churchill. But which Churchill do we mean?Support Films on Trial