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, Ryan and Andrew celebrate episode 100 with their thoughts on Greta Gerwig’s Little Women and the Safdie Brothers’ Uncut Gems. They also reflect on what (or how very little) they’ve accomplished in the podcast’s history.
In this week’s episode, the rage is with us as Ryan & Andrew take on an infamous doubleheader of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker & Cats.
In this week’s episode, Pedro Almodovar delivers an intimately exquisite autobiographical tale in Pain and Glory while Clint Eastwood tackles the real-life story of the wrongfully accused Richard Jewell.
In this week’s episode, the streaming wars plant their flags for awards season as Netflix unveils The Irishman while Amazon brings us The Report. Ryan and Andrew also share their thoughts on the No Time to Die trailer.
In this week’s episode, Rian Johnson rejuvenates the whodunnit with Knives Out, Marielle Heller melts our miserable hearts with A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, Taika Waititi takes the piss out of fascism with Jojo Rabbit and Mike Flanagan does his best Kubrick impression in Doctor Sleep.
In this week’s episode, Bong Joon-Ho delivers another masterwork with Parasite while Timothee Chalamet & Robert Pattinson fight for each other’s countries in The King. Ryan & Andrew also share their thoughts on new films from Paul Thomas Anderson, Damien Chazelle & Nicolas Cage in addition to some thoughts on The Mandalorian & Disney+.
In this week’s episode, Renee Zellweger returns to the spotlight in Judy, a ukulele-playing Lupita Nyong’o staves off zombies in Little Monsters, and Jesse Pinkman returns under the guiding hand of Vince Gilligan in El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie.
In this week’s episode, Brad Pitt travels to the far reaches of space in search of his father in Ad Astra, Jennifer Lopez & Constance Wu form a team of Hustlers to take on the men of Wall Street, and Ryan and Andrew try and figure out what the hell Todd Phillips was trying to do with Joker.
In this week’s episode, Pennywise terrorizes Derry, Maine all over again in It Chapter Two, Shia LaBeouf continues his renaissance with The Peanut Butter Falcon & Ready or Not keeps the horror-comedy sub-genre alive just enough. Ryan and Andrew also provide their thoughts on the currently on-going Fall Festival season which will shortly give away to full-on Awards Season.