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Criterion: Holiday

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We've got a lot to say about the 1938 classic  Holiday  in our latest episode! Will joins us again (becoming an annual December tradition), and we talk about the Depression-era dramedy about mismatched lovers, what we want out of life, and the importance placed on money. It's a long discussion, so settle in and give our latest Criterion episode a listen!

Bones and All, The Fabelmans, Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio, The Menu

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It's a cornucopia of new movies this week! Our latest episodes run the gamut, from a budding young filmmaker in the 1950s, to a bunch of cannibals in the 1980s. Ashley & Matt have fun talking about these four films. Take a listen!

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

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Matt & Ashley review the follow-up to Knives Out in our latest episode! Glass Onion features Daniel Craig, once again playing private detective Benoit Blanc, as he is out to solve another convoluted murder mystery. The movie is in theaters for one week only, then heads to Netflix on December 23.

Criterion: Persona

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Ryan helps us decipher Ingmar Bergman's opaque story of two women -- one mute, the other a nurse -- who spend time together at a seaside cottage.

RETRO: The Godfather

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2022 marks the fiftieth anniversary of The Godfather . We are joined by filmmaker Jenna Milly  in our latest episode, to talk about this classic of cinema.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

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Ashley, Matt and Bruce talk about the new MCU film, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever in two new episodes! One is non-spoiler, and the other is full of spoilers (for those who've seen the movie, or who just don't care if they know about certain plot points). Listen below:

The Banshees of Inisherin, My Policeman

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Ashley & Matt review two new movies this week! First up is a slow burn drama set in Ireland of 100 years ago - the Banshees of Inisherin . Then, we discuss a tale about a love triangle of the 1950s that has ramifications decades later. Harry Styles is My Policeman . You can listen to our new episodes below.