In this week’s episode, Brad Pitt tries to stay alive while taking the Bullet Train, while the Predator becomes Amber Midthunder’s Prey. Ryan also returns with another Twitter hot take to drop on Andrew.
In this week’s episode, Andrew flies solo to discuss Remi Weekes’s Netflix horror film His House, the insanity of Sarah Paulson in Aneesh Chaganty’s Hulu thriller Run, and how someone as young as Cooper Raiff just made one of the best films of the year in Shithouse.
In this week’s episode, Ryan and Andrew catch-up on a variety of movies that have taken streaming by storm this Summer, including Palm Springs, Relic, The Rental, First Cow & The Old Guard. They also make their picks for their favorite Original Song from a movie.
In this week’s episode, Judd Apatow takes inspiration from Pete Davidson’s life in The King of Staten Island while Elizabeth Moss confirms she’s a genre unto herself in Shirley.
In this week’s episode, Eliza Hittman delivers a masterwork in Never Rarely Sometimes Always while Pete Davidson commits to his bad influence persona in Big Time Adolescence. Ryan and Andrew also share their thoughts on what else they’ve been watching during self-isolation, including The Talented Mr. Ripley, Jerry Maguire, No Holds Barred, Dr. No and a pair of films from Wong Kar-Wai. They also pay tribute to the late great Adam Schlesinger.
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.