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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, 2017 TV, Weekend Picks

January means two things. First, checking off the Oscars noms boxes. This week it’s Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. Just how intense it the trio of performances from McDormand, Harrleson, and Rockwell? Will it make our personal best-of lists?

The second thing January means is that we start our year-end wrapups! It’s TV this week. Get Logan’s ten best shows, and hear Bob’s thoughts on his own favorites.

In weekend picks, Logan says stick to catching up on the year’s good stuff in terms of TV. Bob mentions Hostiles, Winchester, and, again, Phantom Thread. Keep it locked to Twitter for the week’s final nod.

Let’s rock!

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The Post, Black Mirror, Doki Doki Literature Club, Bright, Weekend Picks

Time to get out our Oscars bingo cards, and The Post is this week’s full review. Does the movie live up to the cast? Will it be one of OUR favs come Oscars time?

Bob mini reviews Black Mirror and Bright. Logan mini reviews Doki Doki Literature Club.

In weekend picks, Logan talks about The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, The Path, and Portlandia. Bob mentions Phantom Thread (again), 12 Strong, Den of Thieves, and Forever My Girl.

Let’s rock!

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Molly’s Game, Abzu, Weekend Picks

January’s a good movie month, and Molly’s Game is a good pick for our full review. Of course we talk about the levels of Aaron Sorkin-ness. What makes this movie a little different from his other work? And, yeah, but does it work?

Bob mini reviews Abzu.

In weekend picks, Logan mentions David Bowie: The Last Five Years, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman, Philip K Dick’s Electric Dreams, Crashing, and Divorce. Bob picks The Post, and also talks about The Commuter and Proud Mary.

Let’s rock!

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Downsizing, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Florence Foster Jenkins, Happy Christmas, Weekend Picks

You wanted Downsizing (right???), and we’re reviewing it. Can we survive the whiplash-inducing turning on a dime? What do we think of Payne’s take on the details of the movie’s premise?

Bob mini reviews Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle, Florence Foster Jenkins, and Happy Christmas.

For weekend picks, Logan mentions 9-1-1, The Good Place, and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Bob talks about Insidious: The Last Key and In Between, but reaches back and chooses Molly’s Game for our next review.

Let’s rock!

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The Shape of Water, I, Tonya, The Greatest Showman, The Orville, Call of Duty: WWII, Weekend Picks

The end of the year is coming, which is always a busy time for us. Our full review is The Shape of Water. Is it too fairy tale-y for its own good, or just fairy tale-y enough to be wonderful? And you know we weigh in on how this compares to del Toro’s previous work.

Bob mini review I, Tonya, The Orville, and Call of Duty: WWII. Logan mini reviews The Greatest Showman.

In weekend picks, Logan mentions Black Mirror. Bob talks about In the Fade, Phantom Thread, and Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool. Keep it locked to Twitter for the final pick!

Let’s rock!

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Darkest Hour, Weekend Picks

It’s that time of year again: well, yes, Christmastime, but I mean Star Wars time! We review The Last Jedi this week. How does it rank with the now many other movies in the franchise? How do we net out on Mark Hamill’s Skywalker performance? (And much, much more!)

Bob mini reviews Darkest Hour.

In weekend picks, Logan tries not to mention Fuller House. Bob talks about a few of the many movies opening Christmas weekend, including Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, The Greatest Showman, Pitch Perfect 3, Downsizing, All the Money in the World, and Molly’s Game. Keep it locked to Twitter for the final pick!

Let’s rock!

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The Disaster Artist, Battlefront 2, Easy, Weekend Picks

This week’s full review is The Disaster Artist. Have we ever reviewed a more bizarre movie? Would we recommend it?

Bob mini reviews Battlefront 2 and Easy.

In weekend picks, Logan (indulgently) mentions The Bachelor: Countdown to Arie and The Christmas Story: The Musical. Bob picks Star Wars: The Last Jedi, but also mentions Ferdinand and The Ballad of Lefty Brown.

Let’s rock!

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Lady Bird, The Man Who Invented Christmas, Weekend Picks

We (finally!) get to Lady Bird this week, one we’ve both been looking forward to. How’s Greta Gerwig as a director? Will we be remembering it at Oscars time?

Bob mini reviews The Man Who Invented Christmas.

In weekend picks, Logan gushes about the new seasons of Vikings and Easy. Bob talks about The Shape of Water, The Disaster Artist, Wonder Wheel, and 24 Hours to Live.

Let’s rock!

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Murder on the Orient Express, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, Justice League, The Good Wife, Weekend Picks

We get down to business with Murder on the Orient Express this week. What kind of enjoyments do we get from this star-studded cast? And does anyone out-act Branagh’s moustache?

Bob mini reviews Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and The Good Wife season 7. Logan mini reviews Justice League.

In weekend picks, Logan talks about Godless. Bob mentions Coco, The Man Who Invented Christmas, and The Darkest Hour, but we’re still decided what next week’s pick will be.

Let’s rock!

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Thor: Ragnarok, Room 104, Too Funny To Fail, Weekend Picks

It’s time for Thor: Ragnarok this week. How does this latest installment stack up to the other Thor movies? Is the turned-up humor just what they needed?

Logan mini reviews Room 104. Bob mini reviews Too Funny To Fail.

In weekend picks, there’s really nothing coming up on TV, Logan says. Bob mentions Murder On the Orient Express, Daddy’s Home 2, and Mayhem.

Let’s rock!

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