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, Riz Ahmed is a drummer struggling with hearing loss in Sound of Metal while David Fincher tells the true story behind Citizen Kane’s screenwriter in Mank. We also take a look back at Orson Welles’s original masterwork and discuss the game-changing HBO Max deal.
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, 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, Fox’s X-Men franchise ends for good with Dark Phoenix while Terry Gilliam finally brings The Man Who Killed Don Quixote to the screen after a 25 year journey. Ryan also shares his thoughts on Always Be My Maybe.
In this week’s episode, Avengers: Endgame conquers all while Ryan and Andrew search for the deeper meaning of everything with Andrew Garfield in Under the Silver Lake.
In this week’s episode, Captain Marvel joins the MCU while Isabelle Huppert stalks like no other in Greta.
In this week’s episode, Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly officially become a team for Ant-Man and the Wasp while Ryan and Andrew share their picks for the best and worst films of 2018 so far.
In this week’s episode, Thanos knocks Marvel’s heroes down a peg in Avengers: Infinity War while Ryan and Andrew venture back to IFFBoston for a screening of Paul Schrader’s First Reformed.
In this week’s episode, Ryan and Andrew begin to tackle the 2018 slate, warts and all, with The Cloverfield Paradox & Black Panther.