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Grierson & Leitch

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Tim Grierson and Will Leitch are lifelong best friends who have been writing and talking about the movies for 25 years. Grierson is vice president of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association. Leitch is doing his absolutely best to pretend. Read their work everywhere. But listen to this show for the pure juice, straight on tap.
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Jeff Nichols has a new movie out, that's very exciting, it's "The Bikeriders." We also discuss the Apple TV Lily Gladstone movie "Fancy Dance." We've got a big huge Reboot too, the 1943 classic "The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp." Timestamps: 11:11 "The Bikeriders" 41:22 "Fancy Dance" 1:02:59 "The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp" Thanks to Dylan …
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There's a new Pixar movie! It's the sequel "Inside Out 2," this time with more emotions. (Puberty will do that.) We also look at the Julia Louis-Dreyfus drama "Tuesday." Then, in our Reboot segment, we look at 2013's "Fruitvale Station," Ryan Coogler's first film. Timestamps: 14:59 "Inside Out 2" 43:19 "Tuesday" 1:11:11 "Fruitvale Station" Thanks t…
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It's always a red-alert show when there's a new Richard Linklater movie, but that's especially true when it is the Venice hit (now on Netflix) "Hit Man," with Glen Powell. Then we discuss the Will Smith/Martin Lawrence sequel "Bad Boys: Ride or Die." Then, in our reboot, we dig way into the past with Otto Preminger's Jimmy Stewart classic "Anatomy …
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It's a mailbag show! We love talking to you. We talk Tarantino, laundry folding movies, letter grades, Spielberg and all sorts of stuff. We also Reboot by going back to 1989 and discussing James Cameron's "The Abyss." Timestamps: 1:11:19 "The Abyss" Thanks to Dylan Mayer and My Friend Mary, both of which are wonderful, for the music. We hope you en…
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Grierson's back from Cannes! But Leitch is somehow the one that's more exhausted. Before we get into the movies: Send us questions for a mailbag show next week! We want your questions. OK! So first: We dig into George Miller's prequel "Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga." Then Grierson gives us all his Cannes Film Festival thoughts ... including on Francis Fo…
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This is a solo show, kind of. We didn't want to leave you three weeks without shows, but Grierson is in Cannes, so we split this one up. Leitch solos on John Krasinski's "IF" and the simian sequel "Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes." And then Grierson pops in to give us 10 minutes on how Cannes is going. We'll be back over Memorial Day, when Griers…
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Hey! It's our 400th show! And we're in person, live from Grierson's place in Los Angeles. And we've got three doozies of movies to talk about. First, it's the big budget stunt film "The Fall Guy," with Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt and directed by that OTHER Leitch. Then we dig into the indie hit "I Saw the TV Glow." And we close with Jerry Seinfeld…
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We just have two movies this week, but they're fun ones. The first is Luca Guadagnino's Zendaya tennis movie "Challengers," and then the indie "The Feeling That the Time for Doing Something Has Passed. The reason we have just two movies this week? Because we have our special in-person 400th show next week. Live from Los Angeles! Timestamps: 11:03: …
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Hey, shhh ... she's a vampire! We discuss the horror/heist movie "Abigail," and then dig into yet another Guy Ritchie movie, "The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Behavior." We go frmo those two movies to an all-time classic, the Billy Wilder/Marilyn Monroe/Jack Lemmon/Tony Curtis farce "Some Like It Hot." Timestamps: 14:01: "Abigail" 39:22 "The Ministry …
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It's a big art/blockbuster movie! It's A24, so it's art? But it's a big hit so it's a blockbuster? It's so confusing, so we try to get to the bottom of Alex Garland's "Civil War." Then, we discuss a movie with Jesse Eisenberg and Riley Keough as Bigfeet in "Sasquatch Sunset." And then it's Vera Drew's festival hit "The People's Joker." Timestamps: …
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Sorry we took another week off, but we're back to our weekly shows. We've got three fun ones this week! First, it's Dev Patel's actioner "Monkey Man." Then it's the French science fiction drama "The Beast," with Lea Seydoux. And we close with the Apple TV documentary "Girls State," a "companion" film to 2020's "Boys State." Fun movies to talk about…
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After a week off, we are back! (And then we have another week off next week. Sorry. Both Leitch's fault.) We've got good ones to discuss, though. Well, meaty ones, anyway. First, it's another Ghostbusters movie, "Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire." Then it's the Doug Liman straight-to-video remake "Road House." And we close with the Sydney Sweeney nun mo…
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Hey, we stayed up to talk about the Oscars and posted it right afterwards. Aren't you proud of us? We deserve your praise! Anyway, a big night for "Oppenheimer," and Emma Stone, and "The Zone of Interest," and Cord Jefferson, and John Cena. We talk about two new movies too: It's Rose Glass' "Saint Maud" follow-up with Kristen Stewart, "Love Lies Bl…
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The second Dune movie is out! Remember the first one? This is a big hit, this new one, and we dig into it in all its glory. Then we discuss the Adam Sandler Netflix space drama "Spaceman." Then, hey, the Oscars are one week away. We preview the show and make predictions in the eight major categories. Timestamps: 10:11: "Dune: Part Two" 41:31 "Space…
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It is almost a Coen Brothers movie: It's "Drive-Away Dolls," directed by Ethan Coen and starring some old Coen staples. We dig into it, and then, with the re-release of "Tenet" in theaters, finally do one full look at the film and pass some sort of final judgment. (For now.) Then in our Reboot segment, we go way back, back to 1940, to revel in the …
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Contrary to popular opinion, "Madame Web" is not the last superhero movie. It just feels that way. We discuss the film and ... may like it better than other people. Though we still don't like it. We also dig into the music biopic "Bob Marley: One Love." Then in our Reboot segment, we go the Sam Peckinpah route with "Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid," …
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Hey, it's Super Bowl Sunday! What better time to talk about something that isn't football. This week, we discuss the Sundance hit "Suncoast," available on Hulu, and the Diablo Cody comedy "Lisa Frankenstein," which is in theaters. Then we dig into, in our Reboot section, the Oscar-nominationed George Clooney comedy-drama "Up in the Air." Enjoy the …
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