Ep. 141 – Knives Out, The Irishman, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

On this Thanksgiving episode of The CineSnob Podcast, Cody acknowledges it’s been a pretty good movie year while Jerrod seems to be dying of whooping cough. They also review “Knives Out,” “The Irishman,” and “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.” 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!

Dirty Grandpa

“Lazy and superficial gags that hang out there like disgusting little dingleberries.”


“Dragged down by a confusing tone, but makes up for it…during the QVC portions of the story.”

The Family

“The abundance of typical Italian mobster stereotypes are extremely obnoxious.”

New Year’s Eve

“There’s no need to subject yourself to the same humdrum narrative pattern as ‘Valentine’s Day’.”


“The high is exhilarating, but once that buzz starts to wear thin, things become exhausting.”


“Entertaining mayhem and political satire…with the aesthetics of a hardcore vigilante film.”

What Just Happened?

“It’s a cynical little piece that’s all talk and no action.”

Righteous Kill

“So obvious and carelessly written, it almost emerges as a joke.”