Wayne’s 4 x 2: Matisse’s Life and Spirit, C’mon c’mon and MORE!

As you shelter inside from the rain, 2SER’s Wayne Massingham brings you his top entertainment picks for the week. So sit back, make yourself a cup of tea and strap yourself in.

Four reviews, two minutes each.

It’s time for Wayne’s 4 x 2!

Film: C’mon c’mon

Set in Los Angeles and New York, this film tells the story of the fatherly bond between radio journalist Johnny (Joaquin Phoenix) and his nephew Jesse (Woody Norman). Filmed in black and white, this cinematic masterpiece touches on themes of motherhood, fatherhood and the importance of listening.

Watch the trailer here.

TV Series: Insecure 

This comedy-drama shares the experiences of Issa Dee (Issa Rae) as an African American woman living in the world today. Funny, enlightening and beautifully written, this award-winning series is perfect for anyone who is looking for a new show to watch. Spanning five seasons, the critically acclaimed show is well worth the investment.

Watch on Foxtel.

Art exhibition: Life and Spirit Matisse exhibition

Stay indoors and wander through Life and Spirit at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. With over 100 works created over six decades, this exhibition gives an immersive view of Matisse’s works.

With joyous and exciting works, use this exhibition to brighten your rainy week. Wayne recommends attending early to skip crowds.

Buy tickets here. Exhibition closes on 13 March.

Album: Once Twice Melody Beach House

Filled with 84 minutes of lush, beautiful sounds, the latest album by Beach House is sure to impress. With great features, instrumentals and building sounds, Once Twice Melody captures feelings of melancholy and intimacy.

If you are looking for an album with diverse tracks and no monotony, look no further than this Maryland band’s latest work.

Listen on Spotify.

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