Quick Takes reviews of a bunch of movies, including BPM, Loveless, and The Disaster Artist
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An all-review show this week, covering movies like ‘Lady Bird,’ ‘Three Billboards,’ ‘The Florida Project,’ and more!
Reviews of a bunch of movies available for streaming, including ‘Columbus’ and ‘Brawl in Cell Block 99.’
You love Film Misery, now try some Queer Misery! Justin and Film Misery editor Lena Houst get together for this bonus episode to discuss the best of queer cinema in 2017
Triple-header reviews, including Yorgos Lanthimos’ latest ‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer!’
Reviews for ‘The Meyerowitz Stories,’ ‘The Transfiguration,’ and ‘Manifesto.’
Reviews of the Netflix Original series ‘Mindhunter,’ plus the Portugese thriller ‘The Ornithologist.’
A classic review of Kurosawa’s ‘High and Low,’ plus reviews of ‘American Made’ and ‘Blade Runner 2049’
A lengthy deep-dive into Stalker, arguably the greatest film of Andrei Tarkovsky.
reviews of Darren Aronofsky’s ‘mother!’ and the Safdie brothers’ ‘Good Time.’
An eighties double-header! A Blind Spot review of the cult classic WarGames and a reconsideration of the Oscar winner Gandhi.
Some quick take reviews, followed by a featured discussion of Hitchcock’s silent-era classic ‘The Lodger.’
A review of the Humphrey Bogart classic ‘In a Lonely Place,’ along with a quick review of the latest ‘Game of Thrones’ season.
With our Summer Movies Recap, Quick Take reviews of Dunkirk, Valerian, A Ghost Story, and more!
A featured review of the first half of what might already be David Lynch’s magnum opus: ‘Twin Peaks: The Return.’
A Cannes 2017 recap, a revisit to the movies of last year’s fest, and a review of the 1973 Palme d’Or winner ‘Scarecrow.’
A review of John Cassavetes’ ‘A Woman Under the Influence’ and a midway report on the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.
An in-depth analysis of precisely why Steven Spielberg’s 21st century masterpiece ‘AI Artificial Intelligence’ is, indeed, a masterpiece.
After reviewing the buried Netflix treasure ‘I Don’t Feel at Home in this World Anymore,’ a discussion on why Netflix felt the need to bury it in the first place.
An analysis of Rodney Ascher’s ‘Room 237’ makes way for a discussion on how we analyze movies in general.