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Week 54 on CinemAddicts means 2 Ben Affleck flicks in Live By Night and Greg’s Bluray pick, The Accountant. A smaller film called The Crash and a Morgan Spurlock doc, Rats (currently on Netflix) brings it home.
It’s a new year and a new CinemAddicts. Greg and Anderson are back at it wit reviews of Martin Scorsese’s Silence, Hidden Figures as well as a healthy discussion about the upcoming Blade Runner 2049. CinemaAddicts is back!
It’s the last show of the year and Greg and Anderson discuss Paterson & 20th Century Women before discussing a few of their favorites that they covered for the progrum over the past year as well as a few words about the future of the show.
It’s the penultimate week of the year and we bring three new ones in A Monster Calls, Patriots Day and a new Ken Loach film in I, Daniel Blake. Pete’s Dragon is Greg’s DVD pick and a doc about John Milius called Milius is Anderson’s streaming pic of the week which is currently on Amazon Prime.
Rogue One or The Founder, which of these films will capture the hearts of both Greg and Anderson? Here’s a hint, the wining movie has a plot that involves stealing some plans. Greg disgusts Anderson by bringing Suicide Squad in as his DVD pick of the week while Anderson reviews a review of the Force Awakens by Mr. Plinkett thanks to RedLetterMedia.
Week 49 brings a biopic, a foreign film and a documentary to theaters. Anderson discusses a documentary about “Anonymous” in We Are Legion: The Story of the Hacktivists (currently on Netflix), while Greg picks Marlon Brando’s One-Eyed Jacks as his DVD pick of the week. Unfortunately this episode was recorded before the Last Tango in Paris scandal, so that discussion will have to wait.
La La Land just might win best picture this year, but Things to Come won’t. Greg and Anderson also bring you Zootopia and Sour Grapes (both currently on Netflix) as well as the 1964 film that inspired La La Land, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg.
It’s week 47 on CinemAddicts and Greg and Anderson usher in Thanksgiving with 3 upcoming films in Rules Don’t Apply, Miss Sloane and Mifune: The Last Samurai. Greg talks Hands of Stone for his DVD pick of the week while Anderson brings the 2008 South Korean, Action Comedy, The Good, The Bad, The Weird (currently on Netflix) in as his streaming pick of the week.
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