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The Lion King (2019)

None of this Lion King is bad, but none of it is particularly inspired, either.  

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Midsommar (2019)

I found the story to be both intensely-compelling and yet emotionally-wearying at the same time.

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Cinemavino — The Raunch Launch

For this episode of Cinemavino, the gang talks about their first experience with a movie that was inappropriate in terms of sexual content, intense language, or mature subject matter.

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Annabelle Comes Home (2019)

Good horror films should rattle your cage, and this one does a pretty good job of that.

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Cinemavino — Get Down on the Letdown

This week, we discuss movies that had us pumped, only to subtract the wind from our sails by being incredibly disappointing.  

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Cinemavino — Jeans and Genes

Earlier in our podcast life, Travis and I discussed our favorite guilty pleasure movies. Now that Taylor’s on board, we decided to revisit this discussion.

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Cinemavino — Who Takes It?

Take two of your favorite characters, real or not, and imagine them locked in combat.  Who wins?  That’s the premise of this week’s Cinemavino. Also, Travis “borrows” a scheme from Orange is the New Black, and we drink some delicious rosé.

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Child’s Play (2019)

Child’s Play has its share of genuine scares, but its best moments flaunt a cheerfully wicked sense of humor.  This is cinematic junk food at its absolute finest.  

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Cinemavino — Whatever It Is, It Ain’t Local

This week, we talk about our favor one-liners, whether they’re cornball, obscure, or all the above.  We also drink some delicious Charbono from the Robert Foley Winery.

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Late Night (2019)

After suffering through several courses of limp, brainless summer blockbusters, Late Night is a welcome sorbet.  

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