Ep. 150 – Birds of Prey, Jose, and a recap of the 92nd Oscars
This week on The CineSnob Podcast, Cody and Jerrod take a look back at the 92nd Oscars and what the Academy got right and what they didn’t. Also, they review “Birds of Prey” and “Jose.” Click here to download the episode!
Ep. 147 – 1917, Just Mercy, and reactions to this year’s Oscar nominees
The CineSnob Podcast comes roaring into 2020 with reviews of “1917” and “Just Mercy.” Cody and Jerrod also talk Oscar nominations, including how we got to “Joker” having 11 nominations. Also, Cody recaps his visit to the annual Houston Film Critics Society awards show. Click here to download the episode!
Ep. 137 – Joker, Mister America
This week on The CineSnob Podcast, Cody and Jerrod run head-on into the polarizing and problematic JOKER and fail to get totally in on the joke of MISTER AMERICA. Click here to download the episode!
Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot
“Doesn’t allow its main character to make meaningful relationships.”
You Were Never Really Here
“There is a thin layer of grime that coats the narrative of ‘YWNRH’ that is extremely hard to shake.”
“An off-tempo mess. It’s highly inspired, but author Pynchon is in Anderson’s head and it shows.”
Ep. 19 – Gone Girl, Adam Sandler’s moving to Netflix, a Zombieland sequel, Joaquin Phoenix out of the running for Doctor Strange, and our Netflix picks.
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“Jonze creates an accepting and believable world wherein a lonely man can fall in love with A.I.”
“Phoenix’s take on the animalistic nature of man makes the film such a devastating one to shake.”
I’m Still Here
“Phoenix deserves credit…but it turns out to be a curiosity piece at best.”