In this week’s episode, the modern generation gets its satirical slasher send-up with Bodies Bodies Bodies, a desperate Aubrey Plaza becomes Emily the Criminal, and George Miller delivers another memorable spectacle with Three Thousand Years of Longing.
In this week’s episode, Ryan and Andrew discuss their favorite films of 2020, in addition to discussing their favorite performances, best directors and best screenplays of the year, amongst other accolades. They also reflect on the past year in general.
In this week’s episode, Ryan and Andrew discuss a number of 2020 film releases they’ve recently caught up on, including Another Round, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, One Night in Miami…, Kajillionaire, and many others. They also discuss their favorite film & television composers and preview their 2021 Sundance Film Festival slate.
In this week’s episode, Pixar introduces children to clinical depression in Soul, Chris Pine proves he can’t save everything in Wonder Woman 1984, Jude Law & Carrie Coon navigate their marriage in a new environment in The Nest, and Aubrey Plaza chews the scenery in Black Bear.
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, Jake Gyllenhaal becomes Mysterio for Spider-Man: Far from Home, Mark Hamill takes on the iconic role of Chucky in Child’s Play, and Ari Aster delivers another horror epic with Midsommar.
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.