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Cinemavino — A Surprise Joker Episode

For this surprise episode, we talk about Joaquin Phoenix’s incarnation of the Joker.  Plus, we drink some tasty red wine.  

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Ad Astra (2019)

Audiences may be shocked–hopefully in a good way–by the thoughtful, meticulous drama that hides in plain sight.

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It Chapter Two (2019)

At a sprawling, ballsy 170 minutes of runtime, this electric booglaloo alternates between being funny, fascinating, and flat-out draining.

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Cinemavino — Hips Don’t Lanai

For this episode, the boys and I discuss a few podcast highlights and drink a little Malbec.

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Angel Has Fallen (2019)

A leaden script drowns a charismatic cast, while frantic, incoherent action scenes rob the movie of any real tension.  

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Cinemavino — 13th Bore-rior

For this go-around, we drink a fantastic Merlot from the Acre winery and screen a 90s chestnut, The 13th Warrior.

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Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019)

It’s a fluffy little horror soufflé that excels at being adequate until the final act, when the whole thing collapses into a sugary mound of disappointment.

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The Peanut Butter Falcon (2019)

Falcon is a film of surprises, especially in how it takes what could’ve been a cheap and maudlin story and transforms it into consistently funny and moving entertainment.  

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Cinemavino — D’s Get Degrees

For this episode, we talk about the new footage from the upcoming Star Wars installment.  We also pound some delicious rosé.  

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Blinded by the Light (2019)

This is a fun, breezy movie with some serious undertones, all which are greatly enhanced by the propulsive fury of Bruce Springsteen’s music.

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