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Sep 26, 2020

Our biopic trilogy of appreciation in memory of Chadwick Boseman comes to a strong close with Marshall, the 2017 courtroom drama directed by Reginald Hudlin. As we mourn the passing of RBG, this story of the first black Supreme Court Justice was a timely watch and discussion in more ways than one. We peel back the dense...


Sep 18, 2020

Our celebration of Chadwick Boseman continues, with easily his funkiest biopic, Get On Up, directed by Tate Taylor. We discuss the very unique story structure, immersive make-up & costumes, use of music, and above all, Boseman's bravura chameleon performance. Plus we take a long look at the many fascinating and well...


Sep 11, 2020

With the recent sudden and shocking passing of Chadwick Boseman, it seems only right to honor his powerful work toward equality and the portrayal of positive, powerful black role models & icons. He left a strong legacy in an incredibly short career, and perhaps no film anchors that legacy better than the story of...


Sep 5, 2020

After a three decade wait, the world has finally received Bill & Ted Face the Music, so it's only fitting that we close our sci-fi block with their entire trilogy. Returning guest, animator Neil McLean joins us to parse the many details and dissect the various special effects. Do these movies hold up? What did we notice...