The Oscars have come and gone. Now that it is over we can get to talking about the actual best movies of the year. This week we are joined by friend of the show Brit Harsh to talk about our favorite movies of 2020.
People across London and the world are mourning the killing of Sarah Everard. She is the 33-year-old marketing executive who disappeared in South London while walking home earlier this month. Her death has led to protests and anger over gender violence and how it is treated in every part of our society.
This week we are joined by Andrea Duffy, the host of Crime and Cookies, to talk about the case, how she handles harassment in public spaces, and how men need to do better. We also discuss the Oscar nominations, and share our thoughts on 'Minari,' 'Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar,' and 'Boss Level.'
Warner Brothers announced it will release all of its 2021 movies on HBO Max, at the same time they debut in theaters. And if you have HBO Max it's not going to cost you anything extra. This is big news for the average movie watcher and movie theaters alike. Then we talk about the next big Oscar contender to come out from David Fincher as well as what movies could look like with the popularity of miniseries, especially Queen's Gambit. Finally, we talk about the monoliths that are appearing all over the world that have some people calling alien.
We recorded this after Thanksgiving and not only are we full of stuffing but we are full of movie news. So this week we talked about what was happening in Hollywood. Including why the internet lost its mind over Clifford, movies to stream in November, and why Netflix could be the first streamer to win the Best Picture Oscar. We also shared our thoughts on The Happiest Season as well as some of our favorite comfort movies we've seen 100 times.
Hosts: Zach Stone and Ryan Berger
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