Berk Reviews Movie Club episode 059 – About Time (2013)

Berk Reviews Movie Club episode 059 – About Time (2013)

The last episode for the February theme of romcoms Corey (@coreyrstarr) and Jonathan (@berkreviews) watched About Time (2013). The film was written and directed by Richard Curtis and stars Domhnall Gleeson, Rachel McAdams, Bill Nighy, and Margot Robbie. This film comes recommended two-years-ago by a co-worker of Jonathan’s and he finally gave it a watch. The film adds an interesting time-travel element to the genre and offers some fun and refreshing moments.

Before getting into their review of the film, Jonathan and Corey discuss the other things they’ve been watching during the week.

Next Week – Chicago (2002)

In an effort to kill two birds with one stone, and to introduce the theme of March, Jonathan has selected Chicago. The theme for March is Best Picture winners tied in with the regular Movie Club stipulation that either Jonathan or Corey have not seen the film or at least haven’t seen it in a long time. Jonathan hasn’t seen Chicago and Big Tuna challenged him to watch it for the February Take Five Challenge. The film is directed by Rob Marshall and stars Renée Zellweger, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Richard Gere plus won the best picture in 2003.


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Berk Reviews Movie Club – General Info

Corey and Jonathan both realized they had a ton of movies they’d never seen. In an effort to work through their gap list, they started this podcast to ensure they at least check one new film off the list almost every week. Thus, for a film to qualify for Movie Club one or both have to have never seen it or at least not seen it for a long time. Please subscribe to us on iTunes or Google Play.



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