Aaron and David are back with some fall updates! They tell something interesting stories while sharing their thoughts on Wind River, Logan Lucky, and most important - the recent news that Colin Trevorrow was fired from directing Episode IX.
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Skyler and David review "A Ghost Story", a David Lowery film starring Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara. Seeing the fim was an experience they both feel strongly about (22:45).
For the first 20 minutes of the pod, you can find all their hot takes regarding the Kyrie for Isaiah trade between Boston and Cleveland.
Aaron and David recap the year in film so far by ranking their 5 favorite films of 2017. Along the way they also discuss the following items:
-The inevitable HBO movie about Repeal and Replace, starring John McCain
-Spielberg reveals his least favorite movie he's made
-Jeff Nichols mentions which film of his he believes wasn't well executed
-The new trailers for LBJ, IT, and Suburbicon
-David's Mom lists her most re-watchable films
Skyler, Aaron, and David review Christopher Nolan's war epic "Dunkirk". Along the way, they also discuss the recently-released trailers for Thor Ragnarok, Ready Player One, and Stranger Things season two.
Aaron and David review War for the Planet of the Apes!
Skyler, Aaron, and David review the third Spiderman reboot in 15 years!
A Brave Little Exclusive! Skyler interviews Director David Lowery (Pete's Dragon, Ain't Them Bodies Saints, A Ghost Story) about his upcoming film starring Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara! This is for real!
Skyler joins Aaron and David for his brave little homecoming to talk all about Edgar Wright's Baby Driver!
Aaron and David continue their comeback by reviewing David Michôd's "War Machine" starring Brad Pitt. They also rank their top 5 pieces of Netflix Original Content.
Aaron and David are back from their brief hiatus with 3 new episodes this week! On this pod, they discuss their reaction to the firing of Chris Miller and Phil Lord from directing the Han Solo film (and the hiring of Ron Howard). Toward the end of the episode, they review the Joel Edgerton horror film "It Comes At Night".