This week we have the news, including Edgar Wright and Boots Riley both coming out with new projects, the passing of Joel Schumacher, and Michael Keaton is in talks to reprise his role as Batman for the new Flash movie with Ezra Miller.
 
Our Recent Review is Shirley. Elizabeth Moss stars in this one, and with her track record for thought-provoking cinema, we couldn't wait to dig into this one. Make sure you watch this so you can join us in our discussion. 
 
The Talented Mr. Ripley is our Geriatric Cinematic this week, and though this film is 20 years old, it has a lot to say. "It's better to be a fake somebody, than a real nobody," is at the core of what this film is about, and we think you should give it a watch then give us a listen.
 
Next week's show is a foreign film fest. Our Recent Review will be Gaspar Antillor's Nobody Knows I'm Here, which you can find on Netflix and we'll take a deep dive into 2004's Bad Education. You can find the Pedro Almodóvar cinema masterpiece to rent on Amazon, YouTube, and Apple iTunes.

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News - 2:14

Shirley - 21:51

Spoilers - 31:36

Geriatric Cinematic - The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999) 1:05:19

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