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Sunday
Nov132016

8.11 Arrival and Loving

Nick, Joe and Nathaniel discuss the new films Arrival and Loving and look back briefly on Cape Fear for its 25th anniversary

Loving, Arrival, Cape Fear

Sunday
Nov062016

8.10 The Handmaiden & Captain Fantastic

Nick and Nathaniel discuss The Handmaiden, Captain Fantastic, and seeing Heavenly Creatures again.

The Handmaiden Fantastic

Sunday
Oct302016

8.9 Moonlight and Sully

The team reunites to talk about two Oscar contenders, Barry Jenkins' Moonlight and Clint Eastwood's Sully

Moonlight and Sully

Sunday
Sep042016

8.8 "Smackdown '84," Film Critics and Acting

Nathaniel R and Sheila O'Malley discuss 1984 films, Gena Rowland's Honorary Oscar tribute, Geraldine Page's legend and how film critics talk about actors

Reflections on Acting and '84 Honors

Monday
Aug012016

8.7 "Smackdown '77" Close Encounters with Mr Goodbar

Part Two. Our Smackdown 1977 panel talks Oscar favorites Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Looking for Mr Goodbar, and The Turning Point and makes a few Off-Oscar recommendations 

Smackdown 1977. Part Two

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