It’s May 2019 and there are 43 movies being released over the next 5 weeks. Greg and Anderson have flagged the few that have piqued their interest. Greg has seen a few of them already and let’s his opinions be known where allowed, an embargo on one of them has his lips sealed…kind of.
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Big name directors, or directors who Greg and Anderson consider big, continue to drop new films this year and it’s only April. This episode is split almost equally with discussions about the films from March with a look to the most interesting in April. Big announcement about the show is at about the 30 minute mark.
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The slim picking months are behind us and with March we get an onslaught of big names, big films and big anticipation. Greg and Anderson run through well over 20 films to be released this month and Greg has already screened a number of them, per usual.
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February offers a few more films to get up about than January did, but that doesn’t say much. Nevertheless, Greg and Anderson are back at it with another spirited conversation about the new releases on the brink for this month.
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The New Year is upon us and Greg and Anderson are digging deep as they search for the first batch of 2019 releases to get pumped up about. Despite the lack of quality that is notorious for January releases in any year, they have selected a few that are worthy of a spotlight including a couple that Greg has already screened and shockingly has some favorable things to say about.
The end of the year is here and that means Greg and Anderson get to look ahead at some of the all the Oscar bait that’s about to be released to us. Greg has already seen a few of them and has some great insight on them.
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There’s a chill in the air and a good looking slate of films on the brink. Greg and Anderson are back to speak to the films that spoke to them in the month of October as well as cover the slew of movies that they’re jacked about for November. Once again, Greg has already screened a handful of them and once again, Anderson has a lot of new news about his own film, Groupers.
Editor’s Note: Green Book was shamefully neglected in this episode and should not have been. Looks interesting for a number of reasons. Peter Farrelly, yes that Dumb and Dumber director taking a stab at a dramatic, period piece based on a true life story. An uneducated Italian bouncer accompanying a black classical pianist as his driver through the notoriously racist south of the 1960’s. Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali in the title roles.
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A touch late and a bit short this month, but Greg and Anderson are back with the best of August and a look ahead to September with a couple of good ones already seen and reviewed on the show including the latest Nicolas Cage performance in Mandy and a doc about filmmaker Hal Ashby entitled Hal.
Will be back and on time and longer on October first. As always, thanks for caring and for listening.