Ronald, Steve, and John give a little time to Christopher Nolan’s reality-bending spy thriller, Tenet, out now on home video. They also cover some industry news, and Steve recommends festival hit Promising Young Woman, coming your way December 25th.
Ronald, Steve, and John compare notes on season 4 of Fargo, which was equal parts gangland epic, family saga, and racial commentary, with some juicy performances throughout. (If you haven’t watched it yet, look out for the spoiler warning, about an hour in.) Recent movie news is also discussed, as is the custom.
Writer/Director Aneesh Chaganty and producer Natalie Qasabian are part of the team behind Searching, an inventive nail-biter of a film from 2018. They’re back with Run, another intense thriller available now on Hulu and, amazingly, they made time to chat with Ronald, Steve, and John about this exciting new film. Stick around after the interview for more thoughts on Run and some recent movie news.
Directors Scott Barber and Adam Sweeney are on the show to talk about The Orange Years, their comprehensive and heartfelt new documentary about the early days of Nickelodeon, the youth-centric cable channel that changed a generation of kids (at least). Ronald, Steve, and John had a blast and double dare you to join the fun by listening in.
Ronald, Steve, and John know there are 270 reasons to be nervous right now, but in this episode they’re aiming for joy, by pointing you in the direction of some picks from the COVID era that just might soothe your soul.
Ronald, Steve, and John run down a little movie news, check in on Sofia Coppola’s latest film, On The Rocks, and discuss all the stuff they’ve been spending their viewing time on lately, from a Hannibal Re-Watch to a cool new adventure flick called Love and Monsters.