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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

Out Now 367: Men In Black: International

This week's Out Now with Aaron and Abe is keeping things safe for the universe. Aaron is joined by Jose Cordova, Mark Hobin, and Markus Robinson to review Men In Black: International, the reboot/continuation of the sci-fi-comedy franchise. Listen in to hear our various takes on this Sony tentpole, along with other fun discussions about recent releases and more. Among the topics covered, we have a fun round of Know Everybody (4:24), Out Now Quickies™ (6:15), some Trailer Talk for Doctor Sleep (31:37), the main review (37:26), Games (1:07:30), and Out Now Feedback (1:13:05). We then wrap things up (1:20:02) and have some bloopers (1:38:21) following this week's closeout song. So now, if you've got an hour or so to kill...
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Out Now Commentary: Alien (1979)

This month’s Out Now with Aaron and Abe commentary track features a fantastic space voyage with a twist. Aaron is joined by Brandon Peters and Yancy Berns to discuss Ridley Scott’s Alien (theatrical cut), the sci-fi/horror classic that inspired many films to come. Listen in to hear the group discuss the legacy of the film, the franchise, the work of Scott and the cast, and more in honor of the 40th anniversary of this spectacular film. There’s plenty more discussion in regards to the filmmaking on display, quality of the sequels, influences, and fun tangents as well.So now, if you’ve got an hour to kill…
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Weekly Recap: Men In Black, The Dead Don't Die & More!

Here's another week featuring a big, average summer blockbuster and a solid arthouse release, although The Dead Don't Die is on a surprisingly large number of screens, despite being a pretty weird zombie comedy. That said, Men in Black: International is merely fine, so better off looking for something different if you've had enough huge movies in recent weeks. Some good stuff on home media to seek out as well. And there are some fun new trailers to check out too. Lastly, enjoy this week's podcast, which has plenty of fun digging into the X-Men franchise. Enjoy and thanks for reading! In Theaters Now: Men In Black: International - Some fun to be had, but very disposableThe Dead Don't Die - A very offbeat zombie comedy with a terrific castThe Last Black Man in San Francisco - Slowly expanding, still greatEarly Review: Toy Story 4 - It's terrificHere's The Archive Of Every Review Throughout The Year(s)New On 4K/Blu-ray/DVD/Streaming This Week:

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