On this year- and decade-ending mega-sized episode of The CineSnob Podcast, Cody and Jerrod run down their top ten movies of 2019, and dig into the archives to compare their top ten films of the 2010s! Click here to download the episode!
This week, The CineSnob Podcast returns to review “Call Me By Your Name” and Cody and Jerrod run down their top 10 films of 2017. Click here to download the episode!
“Anderson expands his exploration on relationship dynamics to reveal a wickedly humorous romance.”
“[Daisy Ridley] anchors and drives the emotional and narrative core of the film. Her focus is unblinking.”
“James Franco’s wonderful performance, like the film itself, is easily on par with ‘Ed Wood.'”
“Christopher Plummer makes a wonderfully devious Ebenezer Scrooge.”
“It’s fine. Maybe ‘not as bad as it could have been’ is enough of a victory for now.”
“There is life behind the universal themes Gerwig explores with her own sense of wide-eyed wonderment.”
“One of the purest forms of an artist distilling his singular vision into a unique movie going experience.”
“Cuts to the core of the crisis. Should be a wake-up call for anyone in a position of power.”
“A clever-enough horror movie that could have been truly great given another shot of creativity.”
“The ideas don’t necessarily feel groundbreaking, but Villeneuve’s vision is one of his best assets.”