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Weekly Recap: Yesterday, Annabelle Comes Home & More!

There are some options out there this week with Yesterday and Annabelle Comes Home. In addition to having fun with superheroes, monsters, and toys, you could also take your chances with a fantasy about The Beatles (or lack thereof) or another Conjuring-universe film. Both have their charms. I also have some early reviews for a couple of highly anticipated releases in blockbuster and horror crowds. And that's not all, enjoy some reviews for new films available at home, some new trailers, and other writing. I also have a new podcast focused on how successful Toy Story 4 was, so feel free to listen to that as well. Enjoy and thanks for reading!  In Theaters Now: Yesterday - Enjoyable enough, but more could have been doneAnnabelle Comes Home - A fun, spooky summer flick. Like a Conjuring for teensEarly Review: Midsommar - A trippy horror film set in the daytimeEarly ReviewSpider-Man: Far From Home - Another fun Spider-Man movie.Here's The Archive Of

Out Now 368: Toy Story 4

This week's Out Now with Aaron and Abe lets us all have some playtime. Aaron and Abe are joined by Jay Cluitt to discuss Toy Story 4, the fourth entry in Pixar’s most prized franchise. Listen in to hear if we felt the film had enough going on to match the highs of the previous films, along with thoughts on upcoming films, listener questions, and more. Among the topics covered, we have a fun round of Know Everybody (7:40), Out Now Quickies™ (13:18), some Trailer Talk for Onward (25:56), the main review (35:36), Games (1:15:50), and Out Now Feedback (1:24:37). We then wrap things up (1:46:17) and have some bloopers (1:57:04) following this week's closeout song. So now, if you've got an hour or so to kill...
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Weekly Recap: Toy Story 4, Child's Play & More!

A lot of your favorite childhood toys are back this week. Woody, Buzz, Chucky... They're all here to play. Toy Story 4 has arrived and it shows just how consistently great this series has been. There's also Child's Play, which I was planning to write about but hated it so much I just don't care to. You'll also find my early review for Yesterday. At home, you have Us, one of the best films of the year, among other options out there, including my look at Criterion's release of the classic film Swing Time. Lastly, we have a couple of very fun podcasts to dig into. Enjoy and thanks for reading! In Theaters Now: Toy Story 4 - Another terrific entry in this seriesChild's Play - No.The Last Black Man in San Francisco - Slowly expanding, still greatEarly Review: Yesterday - Enjoyable enough, but more could have been done

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