“Not Your Everyday Garden Variety Wankers!” Margaret Pomeranz Returns To Brilliantly Skewer Netfix’s Byron Baes

“Not Your Everyday Garden Variety Wankers!” Margaret Pomeranz Returns To Brilliantly Skewer Netfix’s Byron Baes
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The always brilliant film critic, Margaret Pomeranz, has reprised her role as host of At The Movies to deliver a scathing critique of Netflix’s new documentary on Byron Bay influencers, Byron Baes.

The spoof reel for ABC comedy show The Weekly With Charlie Pickering sees the 77-year-old Pomeranz at her indomitable best as she roasts the programme that’s currently screening on the SVOD.

Not that Pomeranz doesn’t have plenty to play with anyway, the influencers themselves offering plenty of laughs themselves.

“Byron Bay is known for its natural beauty, celebrity residents and relaxed approach to shoes and science,” Pomeranz declares before adding: “But these aren’t your everyday garden variety wankers” and the roasting gets turned up to extreme from there.

We haven’t had The Movie Show since it ended way back in 2014, and this is a reminder of just what a classic piece of local TV making it truly was.

Watch the video and Pomeranz at her acerbic best below:

 

 

 

 

 

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