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Donald Glover may be one of the most talented artists working today so when he drops a movie suddenly, you drop what you are doing and watch it. With the help of director Hiro Murai and his brother Stephen Glover writing, Guava Island brings a lot of talents to the table in hopes of crafting something that is both timeless and timely. Listen in as we review this film as well as talk Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and Disney+.

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DC seems to be headed on the right track after the success of Aquaman and the hype behind other upcoming movies like Wonder Woman 1984, so where does Shazam! fit in in all of this? Does it continue the success and build upon the existing universe or does it forge its own path in hopes of independent success? Listen in as we review DC's newest film and also talk the five most important movies to watch before Avengers: Endgame premieres.

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Between the hype after Get Out, the hype about this movie from SXSW, and just the general "Jordan Peel is awesome" hype train, Us has a lot to live up to. Peele's sophomore film starring Lupita Nyong'o, Winston Duke, Shahadi Wright Joseph, and Evan Alex is the first great film of 2019 and solidifies Peele as a force to be reckoned with. Listen in to hear our review of what sets this apart from other horror films as well as do another round of Impish or Admirable where we talk about everything from Toy Story 4 to Apple+ to Netflix prices.

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Captain Marvel is finally here! After years of hype, the 21st film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the first with a female lead has finally arrived. Does Marvel break new ground here or does the film fall into the same ground and tropes as previous Marvel films? Listen in as we review the final film before Avengers: Endgame and also play our own game of Impish or admirable inspired by The Office.

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Here it is: the Second Annual 10 Years Later Academy Awards! It is that time of year where we look back at the films from 2008 and decide how the Academy Awards' decisions look now that they have had some time to breath. Did they make the right call in giving Slumdog Millionaire Best Picture or where there films not even nominated like The Dark Knight or Wall-E that were more deserving? Listen in as we travel back in time (not literally of course) and try to award the right films.