1917 and Jim and Teal’s Top Ten Films of 2019

The Top Ten Films of 2019. To make such a list it is essential that one sees all the big films mentioned in the conversation. Jim and Teal made it their mission to do just that. And when you live in small film markets like they do, it isn’t easy. This week Jim went on a mission to catch up with two films he missed, Jo Jo Rabbit and Knives Out. And Teal finally saw 1917. Jim wasn’t as over the moon as Sasha Stone from Awards Daily is for the movie, but what did Teal think about the WWI epic? Did it make his top ten list? Well, it may have made one of his lists, but maybe not the one you’d expect. Trust us, you won’t want to miss what Teal has to say about it. And after hearing his comments, you may have a hard time defending

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Maclunkey: Greedo Special Deluxe Anniversary Edition

Maclunkey, they’ve done it again. Greedo did not shoot first. He was the innocent victim of a corrupt, self-serving, two-bit smuggler that drops his shipments at the first sign of an Imperial Destroyer. We all understand this, right? Jim and Teal get into the whole Maclunkey debacle of the latest tinkering of their childhood memories. Also, in this episode: Jim sees most of the Midsommar director’s cut. Find out what his thoughts are, and why director’s cuts are often more interesting than they are necessary. Mild spoilers from the 25-36 minute mark. If you haven’t seen Midsommar or the director’s cut, and don’t want any spoilers, skip through this portion. What else? Teal saw Blinded By The Light and Crawl. Krull? No CRAWL!!! Jim gives his thoughts on Good Boys and Booksmart. Looking for comedies to watch at home? These two films may be good bets. Finally, Jim got to

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