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Out Now 379: Abominable

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This week's Out Now with Aaron and Abe has us taking another look at a yeti. Aaron and Abe are joined by David Yehto discuss Abominable, the animated film from DreamWorks completing the Hollywood animated yeti trilogy. The trio goes over how successful the film is in delivering the animated fun and emotion anyone would hope for, along with other thoughts on upcoming animated features. Among the topics covered, there’s a fun round of Know Everybody (3:05), Out Now Quickies™ (8:18), Trailer Talk for Frozen II, Spies in Disguise and Arctic Dogs(16:25), the main review (1:00:39), Games (1:07:50), and Out Now Feedback (1:07:55). The gang then wraps things up (1:21:00), and have some bloopers (1:31:26) following this week's closeout song. So now, if you've got an hour or so to kill...
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Out Now 378: Ad Astra

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This week's Out Now with Aaron and Abe features meditative thoughts about moon buggies. Aaron is joined by Jordan Rath of Rath’s Reviews, Joseph Braverman of Awards Circuit, and Terence Johnson of Le Noir Auteur to discuss Ad Astra, starring Brad Pitt. This sci-fi odyssey comes from director James Gray and the group discusses just how effective this film is in delivering on the outer space journey. Among the topics covered, there’s a fun round of Know Everybody (3:00), Out Now Quickies™ (4:34), Trailer Talk for Midway(9:44), the main review (16:23), Games (1:00:15), and Out Now Feedback (1:11:01). The gang then wraps things up (1:22:30), and there’s a spoiler section (1:36:03) following this week's closeout song. So now, if you've got an hour or so to kill...
You can also find links to the episode at AudioBoomor Spotify. Subscribe via iTunes HERE

Weekly Recap: Ad Astra & More!

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This week is putting the cinema experience to the test with a big-budget, original sci-fi flick, featuring a movie star in the lead. Fortunately, Ad Astra is quite good and worth seeking out. Rambo: Last Blood has also made its way to theaters, and Stallone's other signature character is certainly doing what he's good at. At home, everyone can (or won't) pick Dark Phoenix. There are some new trailers to dig into as well. And lastly, be sure to enjoy a couple of new podcasts we put together for all to hear and have fun with, including our review of The Goldfinch and our First Blood commentary track. Enjoy and thanks for reading! Now In Theaters Ad Astra - Original big-screen sci-fi with plenty to enjoyMonos - Visually compelling and mesmerizingHere's The Archive Of Every Review Throughout The Year(s)New On 4K/Blu-ray/DVD/Streaming This Week:

Out Now 377: The Goldfinch

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This week's Out Now with Aaron and Abe has us hitting the books and the museums. Aaron and Abe are joined by Peter Paras to review The Goldfinch, and why it underwhelmed at the box office. The trio has a good conversation about how successful the film is or isn’t, as well as how the Oscar conversation works when it comes to certain kinds of films. Among the topics covered, there’s a fun round of Know Everybody (3:40), Out Now Quickies™ (11:57), Trailer Talk for Ford v Ferrari and Lucy in the Sky(19:09), the main review (32:07), Games (1:24:00), and Out Now Feedback (1:33:05). The gang then wraps things up (1:57:10), and have some bloopers (2:09:35) following this week's closeout song. So now, if you've got an hour or so to kill...
You can also find links to the episode at AudioBoomor Spotify. Subscribe via iTunes HERE

Out Now Commentary: First Blood (1982)

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This month’s Out Now with Aaron and Abe commentary track is not ready to let it go. In honor of the upcoming Rambo: Last Blood, Aaron is joined by Brandon Peters and Scott Mendelson to discuss First Blood. Listen to the group dive into the legacy of John J. Rambo and Sylvester Stallone. Plenty of ground is covered concerning Stallone’s strengths as an actor and filmmaker, how Rambo changed the game in action, what other movies around it were doing, the nature of the Vietnam War in cinema, and more.So now, if you’ve got an hour to kill…
You can also find links to the episode at AudioBoomor Spotify.Subscribe via iTunes HERE

Weekly Recap: The Goldfinch, Monos & More!

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This week features a couple of high profile releases. I've seen one of them and it's not very good. The Goldfinchhas aspirations but gets little done, despite being adapted from a Pulitzer Prize-winning novel. On the arthouse side of things, Monos is terrific and worth seeking out. A few solid home releases this week, including the latest John Wick film, are now available. Check out some new trailers as well. And lastly, be sure to enjoy a couple of new podcasts we put together for all to hear and have fun with. Enjoy and thanks for reading! Now In Theaters The Goldfinch - Would-be Oscar bait, but it looks niceMonos - Visually compelling and mesmerizing
Here's The Archive Of Every Review Throughout The Year(s)New On 4K/Blu-ray/DVD/Streaming This Week:

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