Who knows you best? Do you even know you? We have a lineup this week
that will have you self-reflecting, in case you need any more of that.

In the news, we talk about Pirates of the Caribbean spin-off with
Margot Robbie, a Twister reboot, Taika Waititi doing a few films about
indigenous people, and how Netflix plans to end Ozark. For Variety
Time we discuss how TV shows and their creators affect minorities and the lengths some studios are going to in the name of inclusion and racial justice.

Our Recent Review is Nobody Knows I'm Here and our Geriatric Cinematic
is Bad Education (2004). Both films explore identity, albeit in
different ways. Which one does it better?

Next week's episode is a special 4th of July show! It's nothing but Geriatric Cinematic this time as we look at the classic Oliver Stone film, Born on the Fourth of July. You can find the Tom Cruise staring movie streaming on Starz or rent it on Amazon, YouTube, and Apple iTunes.

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News - 3:04

Nobody Knows I'm Here - 22:14

Spoilers - 29:52

Variety Time - Superficial Help on a Slippery Slope 58:57

Geriatric Cinematic - Bad Education (2004) 1:20:04

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