Is Logan Really All That Good? – Cinemaholics

This week on Cinemaholics, Will Ashton and I debated the good (and bad) in Logan. Is it really a masterpiece? We want your help to figure that out. Plus, we reviewed The ShackTable 19, and Trial & Error toward the end of the show.

Question of the Week: Same one we answered! Do you think Logan is as good as all the hype suggests?

Send us your feedback! Email cinemaholicspodcast [at] gmail.com to let us know what you think of this week’s show. You might just hear your email read on next week!

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Disney’s LGBT Characters, Logan, and Oscar Fails – Now Conspiring

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With Bridget off duty this week, the lovely Jenny Pan joins us all the way from Canada to talk about the Oscars Fail, Logan and a quick round of Would you Rather? We also discuss Disney’s announcement of Lefou’s sexual orientation in the Beauty and the Beast remake. If that weren’t enough, Sam comments on your comments as some of his impersonations.

Question of the Week: Does it matter at all if the Academy messed up? What do you think of the whole ‘first LGBT character’ in a Disney movie?

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Get Out, Rock Dog, & A United Kingdom Review – Cinemaholics

In my new weekly podcast, Cinemaholics, co-host Will Ashton and I finally reviewed Get Out, along with I Don’t Feel At Home In This World AnymoreRock DogFences and A United Kingdom.

We also talked about the Razzies, some news coming out of the DCEU’s Batman and Nightwing movies, and our own version of the Oscars, where we picked our own winners in our own ceremony. Obviously.

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The Top 5 ‘Best Picture’ Winners Of All Time – Now Conspiring

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In honor of the Oscars, Now Conspiring shares their favorite movies that have taken home the golden statue for Best Picture. Before we mention our top five picks, we find out where Adonis has been hiding and why Sam has beef with Bridget. We switched this week from playing Would You Rather to chatting quickly about some foreign films we have recently watched.

Question of the Week: What is your favorite Academy Awards Best Picture winner? Also, if you have any foreign film recommendations, let us know!

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What’s New on Netflix? – Now Conspiring

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This week on Now Conspiring, the gang reviews Netflix shows that we’ve been watching and we throw in some quick reviews for La La Land and Hell or High Water. We also decided to change things up even more this week and replace “Show & Tell” with a little “Would You Rather?”

Question of the Week: What voice should Sam do for an entire episode? What would you rather us ask when we play “Would You Rather?” What Netflix show will you be watching soon?

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You can also download this podcast episode on iTunes and Stitcher.

This Week’s Cast: Maria Garcia, Bridget Serdock, and Sam Noland

02:32 – Games: Would You Rather? [Movie Edition]

22:07 –  Main Segment: New Netflix Original Shows

51:09 –  Movie Reviews [La La Land, Hell or High Water]

59:50 –  Commenting on your Comments

62:21 –  Movie Releases [Get Out, Rock Dog, Collide]

2017 Oscar Predictions – Now Conspiring

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With the New Year comes new changes to our podcast. Jon Negroni is starting a new podcast called Cinemaholics, leaving Maria as the new host of Now Conspiring. Not to worry! We are all still here, talking about our silly lives and all the things we love about movies. This week, Adonis tells everyone about the new play he is in and the gang discusses the main Oscar Nominations and who they think will take the golden statue home.

Question of the Week: What is your Oscar pick for Best Picture?

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‘Split’ and ‘xXx: Return of Xander Cage’ Review – Now Conspiring

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This week on the show, Jon and Will review Split, the latest film by M. Night Shyamalan starring James McAvoy. We also talk about The Founder and xXx: Return of Xander Cage, read your feedback from last week, and briefly talk about the SAG award nominations.

Question of the Week: What is your favorite M. Night Shyamalan movie?

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