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65 minutes | Apr 7, 2020
Episode 97: Coffee and Kareem & Tombstone Rashomon
From the director of last year's buddy-cop-comedy 'Stuber,' comes a new vision in buddy-cop-comedy in the new Netflix film, 'Coffee & Kareem,' a surprisingly vulgar coming-of-age story about a milquetoast Detroit cop and his feeble attempts to connect with his new girlfriend's 12-year-old son while fleeing from an underground drug kingpin that's hellbent on revenge. Also, IndieGoGo presents 'Tombstone Rashomon,' a time-traveling mockumentary about the shootout at the O.K. Corral told by the people who lived it. Finally, HBO's giving away content, Amazon's hosting a digital SXSW 2020 film festival, and what's this coronavirus content drought all about?
73 minutes | Mar 31, 2020
Episode 96: Jojo Rabbit & Drive (Netflix Party)
Taika Waititi tackles the Nazi party in 'Jojo Rabbit,' 2019's anti-hate satire about a boisterous 10-year old boy in WWII-era Germany that's forced to question his beliefs (and his imaginary friend Adolf Hilter) after he discovers his mother is hiding a young Jewish girl in the walls of their house. Also, a new chat-based party app called 'Netflix Party' made headlines last week due to it's social nature amid fairly anti-social global climates, so we used it to watch Nicholas Winding-Refn's neon-laced 2011 film 'Drive.' Finally, COVID-19 is still hammering movie theaters across the globe, which has got Amazon thinking $20 is the perfect price to rent a theatrical film at home. But who's gonna pay that price?
62 minutes | Mar 24, 2020
Episoide 95: COVID-19 & Goodfellas
Coronavirus is sweeping the globe, and cinema is falling victim to it's social-distancing clutches. Theatrical releases have been pushed back, movie theaters have shut their doors, and even Netflix and Amazon are struggling to figure out how to get by in the wake of this terrible affliction. Meanwhile, Andy and Zach are watching Goodfellas, Martin Scorsese's original tribute to the original gangster, starring Ray Liotta and Robert DeNiro. What's gonna happen to theaters, when are new movies going to start coming out again, and why's Joe Pesci so angry?
60 minutes | Mar 10, 2020
Episode 94: Onward & The Invisible Man
Disney-Pixar ventures into the mystical modern in "Onward," a new animated film starring Tom Holland and Chris Pratt as two brothers that only have 24 hours to right a spell gone wrong and resurrect their father before he vanishes forever. Also, Elizabeth Moss swings at the screen in Leigh Wannel's "The Invisible Man," a reimagined spin on the old Universal Monster Movie film about a woman's desperate attempt to flee her acclaimed-genius-gone-wrong husband and his otherworldly abilities. Finally, James Bond gets pushed back to November, Coronavirus is sweeping the box office, and should seniors go to the movies?
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