David, Devindra, and Jeff are joined by Joanna Robinson, senior writer at Vanity Fair, to talk about Devindra’s move across the country during a pandemic, Christopher Nolan’s chair ban, and Will Ferrell’s singing in Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga. For the feature review, the cast dives into Shirley, Josephine Decker’s film starring Elizabeth Moss.
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Dave and Jeff share their experience watching 3D content on VR headsets while Devindra packs up to move across the country. The cast is joined by Wilson Morales of @Blackfilm to talk about Da 5 Bloods, the latest Spike Lee movie about black soldiers in the Vietnam War.
Read Viet thanh Nguyen’s thread about Da 5 Bloods here.
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Devindra gets ready for a big move across the country amid the pandemic. David watches The Great while Jeff checks out Hannah Gadsby: Douglas. For the feature review, the cast reluctantly rent The King of Staten Island, the newest Judd Apatow movie starring SNL member Pete Davidson.
Read Jesse David Fox’s piece about whether we should take Dave Chappelle seriously.
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As the Black Lives Matter movement sweeps the U.S., David highlights some African American films available on streaming now. For the feature review, the cast watches The Vast of Night, the directorial debut from Andrew Patterson.
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David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss the launch of HBO Max, including their announcement of an in-development “Snyder Cut” of Justice League. This week’s feature review is a Devindra choice: the 1985 Japanese comedy Tampopo, the first self-proclaimed “ramen western.” Listen in as the cast discuss the joy of food
Watch David’s review of The Last Dance here.
Read Shane Carrruth’s interview with Indiewire here.
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This week, Dave, Devindra, and Jeff stay in to watch Capone, the latest film by director Josh Trank. The cast is joined by Scott Wampler, Managing Editor at Birth.Movies.Death and co-Host of The Kingcast, to evaluate this Tom Hardy performance. Tune in to hear not one but two of Jeff’s limericks.
Read Kyle Buchanan’s oral history of Mad Max: Fury Road here. Read about why Jurassic World makes sense now here.
With no new release in sight, Dave, Devindra, and Jeff explore their “blindspots” – classic movies they somehow missed. Dan Trachtenberg, director of the movie 10 Cloverfield Lane and friend of the show, returns to do an epic review of Lost Boys, the 1987 comedy horror.
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As shelter-in-place order extends, David, Devindra, and Jeff continue watching streaming content. David praises the brilliance of Dave, the FX Hulu original while Devindra loves Never Have I Ever, the new Netflix show created by Mindy Kaling. For the feature review, he cast talk about one of the few releases this year – HBO’s Bad Education.
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David, Devindra, Jeff check in on each other yet another week. The cast makes it up to past donors whose names got lost in the e-mails. For the feature review, David, Devindra, Jeff chat about Extraction, the new Netflix release starring Chris Hemsworth. Tune in to find out whether this is worth your quarantine time.
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On this episode, special guest Alan Yang, director of the new Netflix film Tigertail, stops by to review 1993’s Demolition Man. Tune in to hear the cast discuss Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes’s memorable performances. Stay after the show for a in-depth review of Devs, the sci-fi limited series written and directed by Alex Garland.
Read about the predictive power of Demolition Man here.
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