Broadsheet Trailer Park: Beasts Of No Nation



What you may need to know:

1. In a war-torn West African country, a young boy (Abraham Attah) is forced into the life of a child soldier when his father is killed by mercenaries.

Netflix’s first foray into original movies is written and directed by True Detective’s Cary Fukunaga.

3. Netflix also passed on Top Gear. Well played. On the other hand, they have financed FOUR Adam Sandler movies. So it’s a one-all draw.

4. Idris Elba and Tom Hardy are the current names attached to take over as Bond when Daniel Craig steps down.

5. Although we would be happy to see Elba playing DCI John Luther in perpetuity.

6. Broadsheet prognosis: My little Kony.

Release Date:
October 16.

(Mark blogs about film, TV and other stuff at

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14 thoughts on “Broadsheet Trailer Park: Beasts Of No Nation

  1. Randy Ewing

    I think Daniel Craig is an average bond, brought in when they tried to rip off the Bourne films and now stuck with his brutishness.

    Tom Hardy would be a terrible replacement, Idris Elba would be a better choice but is a bit long in the tooth now.

    My controversial pick would be Colin Farrell, have yo seen London Boulevard ? Looks great in a suit caring a gun with a silencer on it, and it good with the humour aspect that is sorely missing from Craig.

  2. Avon Barksdale

    I think it’s high time we kickstarted Jim Davidsons career again and give him the Bond position, personally

  3. Liam

    won’t be Elba or Hardy, they’re too well known and therefore expensive. It’ll be a relatively minor actor.

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