In this week’s episode, Tom Cruise becomes a drug runner for Doug Liman’s American Made while Emma Stone and Steve Carell go head-to-head in the Battle of the Sexes. Andrew and Ryan also share their thoughts on Jared Leto taking on the role of Hugh Hefner for Brett Ratner.
In this week’s episode, Julianne Moore and her robotic dogs attempt to take down the world in Kingsman: The Golden Circle while Jake Gyllenhaal gives the Boston accent a try in David Gordon Green’s Stronger.
In today’s episode, shit hits the fan with Darren Aronofsky’s Mother while Ryan and Andrew share their picks for their most anticipated films of the rest of 2017. They’ve also got some things to say on Jamie Lee Curtis returning to the Halloween franchise as well as the passing of legendary actor Harry Dean Stanton.
In today’s episode, Ryan and Andrew float too with It while Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen seek justice in the Wyoming tundra with Wind River. We also share our thoughts on J.J. Abrams taking the helm of Episode IX, John Carpenter potentially scoring the new Halloween, and the brilliant new trailer for James Franco’s The Disaster Artist.
In today’s episode, Andrew and Ryan discuss their biggest emotional wounds with Ingrid Goes West, discuss the breaking news of Colin Trevorrow leaving Star Wars: Episode IX, discuss the various awards season implications of the Venice & Telluride Film Festivals, and screw-up the other half of this episode by seeing two different films in Good Time and Death Note.
In this week’s episode, Steven Soderbergh gives the heist film a dose of Southern charm with Logan Lucky, while the Conjuring universe marches on with its latest entry, Annabelle: Creation. Andrew and Ryan also share their thoughts on the increasingly convoluted mess that is the DC Extended Universe.
In this week’s episode, Idris Elba & Matthew McConaughey take on Stephen King in The Dark Tower while Kathryn Bigelow examines the race riots of 1967 in Detroit.