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Review: Crazy Rich Asians

"I loved it! Simple, but by no means dumb. Light, but with enough emotional beats and such attention to character detail to keep it from being fluff." - Val 

"If Michelle Yeph actually gets an Oscar nomination for this, I'll probably cry. (Tears of joy, of course.)" -Cash"

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Friday
Aug172018

2 - BlacKkKlansman and Oscar's "Popular" Announcement

Murtada, Chris, and Nathaniel all love Spike Lee's new joint. They do NOT love Oscar's "popular achievement" plans. 

BlacKkKlansmen, Oscar & "Popularity"

Monday
Aug062018

1 - Eighth Grade and M: I - Fallout

Nathaniel and Murtada discuss Bo Burnham's delightful Eighth Grade and the blockbuster Mission: Impossible - Fallout

Mission: Impossible - Eighth Grade

Sunday
Jul292018

Smackdown '43 Companion

WW II flick So Proudly We Hail and Best Picture nominees The Song of Bernadette, Watch on the Rhine and For Whom the Bell Tolls discussed by our panel:  Yaseen Ali (cinephile), Kristen Lopez (critic), Rebecca Pahle (critic), Kieran Scarlett (screenwriter) and Nathaniel R (your host).

Smackdown 1943

Monday
Jun252018

Smackdown '94 Vol 2: Pulp Fiction's Seismic Splash. "Ha!"

In the Smackdown finale the panel discusses Jennifer Tilly in Bullets Over Broadway and the cultural impact of Pulp Fiction

Pulp Fiction Over Broadway

Sunday
Jun242018

Smackdown '94 Vol 1: Miramax Moviemaking and Split Actress Opinions

The Madness of King George and Tom and Viv are discussed by our 1994 panel in the first half of the companion podcast for the 1994 Supporting Actress Smackdown 

The Madness of King George, Tom & Viv