In this week’s episode, Scarlett Johansson gets her Marvel swan-song in Black Widow, Steven Soderbergh delivers yet another crime caper in No Sudden Move, and film censorship gets nasty in Censor.
In this week’s episode, Vin Diesel & John Cena are Cain & Abel in F9, Pixar calls you by your name in Luca, and Bo Burnham satirizes the world and loses his mind Inside.
In this week’s episode, Patrick Wilson & Vera Farmiga experience primal fear in The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It while Jon M. Chu returns to his musical wheelhouse with In the Heights. We also take a look at the films we are most anticipating this Summer.
In this week’s episode, Zack Snyder returns to the zombie genre for Army of the Dead while John Krasinski dips his toes back into his childhood sandbox in A Quiet Place Part II.
In this week’s episode, everything old is new again as we travel back to 2004 to revisit the Saw franchise for some reason with Spiral, and then we go back to the ’90s for a big dumb action movie with Those Who Wish Me Dead.
In this week’s episode, the Summer movie season kicks off with an unhinged Andrew Garfield in Mainstream, while director Quoc Bao Tran gives the martial arts epic its modern dudes rock update with The Paper Tigers.
In this week’s episode, Mortal Kombat!!! We also take a look at The Power, a horror film currently streaming on Shudder, and share our thoughts on this year’s Academy Awards.
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 continue discussing a number of 2020 film releases they’ve recently caught up on, including Judas and the Black Messiah, Promising Young Woman, Synchronic, News of the World, Pieces of a Woman, and many others. Andrew also rants about Zack Snyder’s Justice League.
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.