In this week’s episode, Chloé Zhao illuminates modern-day nomad culture in Nomadland while Lee Isaac Chung tackles a Korean-American family’s quest for the American dream in Minari. Ryan and Andrew also share their thoughts on Marvel’s WandaVision.
In this week’s episode, Ryan and Andrew discuss the year in film that was 2007, one of the best years in the history of cinema. They then will once again undertake the task of handing out The Revisionist History Oscars.
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In this week’s episode, Ryan and Andrew discuss the year in film that was 2005. They take a look at their favorite films of the year and of course, one of the worst Best Picture winners ever. They then once again undertake the task of handing out the Revisionist History Oscars.
In this week’s episode, Hugh Jackman delivers the performance of his career in Bad Education while Ryan and Andrew share the other stuff they’ve been watching in isolation. They also discuss some new changes the Academy is implementing.
In this week’s episode, Harley Quinn falls in love with a bacon, egg & cheese sandwich in Birds of Prey, we try to decipher what was going on with Alison Brie in Horse Girl, and David Lynch interrogates a monkey in What Did Jack Do?
In this week’s episode, Ryan and Andrew finish off the year in film that was 2019 with Sam Mendes’ one-take opus 1917 as well as catch-up on the releases they missed throughout the year including The Nightingale, The Last Black Man in San Francisco, Crawl, Transit, Climax, Bombshell, Toy Story 4 & Greener Grass, among others.
In this week’s episode, Happy Death Day 2U repeats itself in new ways while Steven Soderbergh takes the basketball drama off the court in High Flying Bird.
In this week’s episode, Ryan and Andrew share their picks for the Best Films of 2018, as well as their favorite performances of the year amongst numerous other accolades.
In this week’s episode, Eli Roth tries his hand at family friendly thrills in The House with a Clock in Its Walls while Chloe Sevigny & Kristen Stewart bring the infamous true story of Lizzie Borden to the big-screen. We’ll also be continuing our Best Picture showcase by taking a look at 1929’s The Broadway Melody.
In this week’s episode, Tom Cruise puts his life on the line for his audience once again in Mission: Impossible – Fallout. Andrew and Ryan also share their thoughts on the Academy’s recent changes to the Oscars in addition to some thoughts on an array of independent features including Blindspotting & Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot.