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  • #857: Best Scenes of 2021 / Golden Brick Award
    We don't remember movies. We remember movie moments. This week, Adam and Josh say goodbye for now to 2021 with a celebration of the year's best scenes. The ones that made them laugh, the ones that made them cry, and the ones that sent them soaring. Featuring memorable movie moments from "Licorice Pizza," "Summer of Soul," "The Power of the Dog," "The Killing of Two Lovers," "Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar," and more. Plus, the winner of the 13th Annual Golden Brick Award. 0:00 - Billboard 0:58 - Wrap: Opening Scenes / Funniest Scenes / Moving Moments Antonio Pinto, "10327 Days of Life" ("Nine Days") 38:44 - JL: "Scream" (2022) 43:34 - Next Week / Notes 1:00:23 - 2021 Golden Brick Award 1:12:45 - Wrap, cont: Music Moments / Scenes of the Year 1:48:26 - Outro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
    1/21/2022
    1:56:25
  • #856: The Matrix Resurrections / The Tragedy of Macbeth
    Adam and Josh did not choose the same color pill before recording their review of THE MATRIX RESURRECTIONS. Both fans of the '99 original and equally dubious about the merits of the 2003 sequels, they emerged from Lana Wachowski's meta return to the franchise with two very different responses: one grateful to Wachowski for bringing a thoughtful and provocative inventiveness (and enough action movie chops) to the long-delayed fourth entry; the other feeling as if almost nothing about the new Matrix worked, especially not the action nor its attempts at profundity. There is far less to debate about THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH, which sees Joel Coen going solo with a sinister and stunning adaptation of Shakespeare. 0:00 - Billboard 1:02 - Review: "The Matrix Resurrections" Sufjan Stevens and Angelo De Augustine, "Lady Macbeth in Chains" 29:09 - Next Week / Notes 46:40 - Massacre Theatre 1:00:38 - Review: "The Tragedy of Macbeth" 1:19:52 - Outro / Outtakes (more "Matrix" talk and a Meow-sacre Theatre Audition) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
    1/14/2022
    1:30:12
  • #855: Top 10 Films of 2021 (Pt. 2)
    Sure, a few films have dominated the conversation about the year’s best - Jane Campion’s unsettling western “The Power of the Dog,” Questlove’s ecstatic music doc “Summer of Soul,” and Paul Thomas Anderson’s breezily nostalgic “Licorice Pizza”; but with Adam and Josh joined by Slate’s Dana Stevens and Michael Phillips from the Chicago Tribune for Pt. 2 of their Top 10 Films of 2021, there isn’t even always agreement about the consensus. Plus, top 10 support for a movie musical revival, a “sui generis” comedy, a medieval epic, and a couple of literary adaptations from first-time filmmakers. 0:00 - Billboard 1:08 - Top 10 of 2021 Jim Williams, "Car F***" ("Titane") 1:16:16 - Notes/Polls 1:22:28 - Top 10 of 2021, cont. 2:04:02 - Outro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
    12/31/2021
    2:12:38
  • #854: Top 10 Films of 2021 (Pt. 1)
    A shock comic, a gambler, a couple of exotic dancers, and Nicolas Cage all make appearances in part one of the Top 10 Films of 2021 – not to mention a singing puppet baby. On this week's show, it's "The Outliers," the films that only Adam or Josh deemed Top 10-worthy. Next week, they'll be joined by the Chicago Tribune's Michael Phillips and Dana Stevens of Slate for part two and the 'consensus' best films of the year. 0:00 - Billboard 1:15 - Top 10 of 2021: The Outliers Jimmy Montague, "70th Avenue Hustle" 45:09 - Golden Brick Finalists 48:50 - Top 10 of 2021: The Outliers, cont. 1:13:20 - Outro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
    12/24/2021
    1:20:06
  • #853: Best Performances of 2021 / Licorice Pizza / Nightmare Alley
    The end-of-year conversation starts this week as Adam and Josh talk through their Chicago Film Critics Association ballots, naming their favorite 20 or so performances of the 2021 movie year. Plus reviews of LICORICE PIZZA, Paul Thomas Anderson's nostalgia trip to 70s-era San Fernando Valley, and NIGHTMARE ALLEY, a nasty new noir from Guillermo del Toro. 0:00 - Billboard 1:14 - Best Performances of 2021 Taj Mahal, "Tomorrow May Not Be Your Day" 48:16 - Review: "Nightmare Alley" 1:03:20 - Next Week / Polls / Notes 1:13:06 - Review: "Licorice Pizza" 1:30:38 - Outro / Outtake Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
    12/17/2021
    1:36:32

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