Episode 1848: Murph And Mal’s Movie Club – Featuring Raging Bull And On The Waterfront, And Ken On Jose Mourinho’s Performance Of A Lifetime
The reviews are in for the Amazon Prime documentary on last season at Spurs “All Or Nothing”, and they are not kind. Ken casts a critical eye over Jose Mourinho’s on-screen performance, before we turn our attention to rather more critically acclaimed motion pictures in the latest edition of Murph and Mal’s Movie Club.
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Raging Bull is the greatest sports movie of all time, but why are we talking about “On The Waterfront” today too? Malachy Clerkin of the Irish Times joins us to discuss what links two of the great American films of the last century, and two of the world’s greatest actors in two of their greatest ever roles.
There’s also improvisation, the House Un-American Activities Committee, fraternal bonds, and the greatest priest in movie history.
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