Category: movies

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Sarah’s Top 10 of 2018

10. Support the Girls Support the Girls looks at a day in the life of Lisa (Regina Hall) and her staff at a Hooters-like sports bar. Lisa is a great manager. She is upbeat, she cares about her staff, she...

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Craig’s Top Ten of 2018

10. The Ballad of Buster Scruggs The Ballad of Buster Scruggs—the Coen Brothers’ long-gestating western anthology—is a film that bounces between comedy and tragedy with demented euphoria. The film opens with a farcical tale of a singing cowboy, a la...

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Birds of Passage: Clear Path, by Scott Nye

Ciro Guerra made a huge splash with his excellent 2015 film Embrace of the Serpent, a hallucinatory epic of colonial history that was at turns tragic and hilarious, meditative and beautiful. His new film, which he co-directed with Serpent producer...

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I Do Movies Badly: Girl Shy

In this episode, Jim was expecting a gag film and got a character story instead. Luckily, the characters of Harold Meadows and Mary Buckingham are so relatable and likable that he was fully invested in their story.

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Movie Meltdown: Meltdown’s Lament

This week the Meltdown Gang decides to hang out and discusses some of the things they’ve watched lately. And while we plan our upcoming puppet musical, we also cover… Bad Times at the El Royale, Russian Doll, Green Room, Revenge,...