#326 : GET HARD / Grab Bag

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The fellas discuss a grab bag of random topics, including the new Will Ferrell/Kevin Hart comedy GET HARD.

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#325 : GOING CLEAR: SCIENTOLOGY AND THE PRISON OF BELIEF

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Alex Gibney’s new documentary GOING CLEAR just premiered on HBO. The fellas discuss that and their feelings regarding the conclusion of THE JINX, the podcast SERIAL, and other “miscarriage of justice” documentaries.

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#324 : Top 10 Blind Spots

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What’s the┬ámost embarrassing film you haven’t seen? The fellas count down their top ten most egregious cinema blind spots.

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#323 : MAPS TO THE STARS

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The guys review David Cronenberg’s new film, MAPS TO THE STARS, available on VOD!

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#322 : Movies vs. Television

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The fellas discuss the differences (or lack thereof) between movies and television in 2015.

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#321 : Movies on Trial – BLACK SWAN (2010)

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Michael squares off against Joe in an epic debate over the merits of Darren Aronofsky’s 2010 film!

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#320 : Oscar Bitchin’ 2014, Part 2

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Part 2 of our annual Oscars preview episode!

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#319 : Oscar Bitchin’ 2014, Part 1

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It’s our yearly chance to bitch about the Academy Awards and how much we wish they were different! Get your ballots ready, for the fellas will take you through category by category. Part one of two.

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#318 : BLACKHAT / AMERICAN SNIPER

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The guys review the new films from Clint Eastwood and Michael Mann.

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Digital Aesthetic, Kinetic Action Elevate BLACKHAT

Michael Mann returns with his first film in six years, picking up where he left off: harnessing digital video, refining an elliptical, rhythmic editing style, and indulging his narrative predilections (i.e., driven professionals, whirlwind romances, blazing gunplay). The difference this time is that Mann shifts to a global perspective and sets his sights on the effects of technological interconnectedness on the world economy.
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