Weekly Recap: Songbird, Wild Mountain Thyme, Alex Wheatle & More!

These December weeks are certainly packed with releases. Many are available to watch at home, but that's why I clarify in each of these posts. This week has an ill-advised film inspired by the pandemic, Songbird. There's also an odd Irish rom-com, Wild Mountain Thyme. More fortunately, Soderbergh's latest, Let Them All Talk is now available to watch, along with some interesting efforts like the immigration story Farewell Amor. Plus, Amazon Prime still has its entries in director Steve McQueen's Small Axe anthology, which have plenty of relevance for now. Plus, my early review for Pixar's Soul coming to Disney+ on Christmas Day.

Additionally, there are more podcasts we put together, including our episodes covering Mank and more. Finally, there are my various essays lists, and new trailers to dig into as well. Enjoy, stay safe out there, and thanks for reading!

Movie Reviews:

(All Reviews Are Linked)

New Films In Theaters:

New Films Now Streaming:

New On 4K/Blu-ray/DVD: 


  • MankAaron and Abe are joined by Battleship Pretention’s Tyler Smith to discuss Mank, the David Fincher film that digs into the story behind the writing of Citizen Kane.
  • Unstoppable CommentaryAaron is joined by Brandon Peters, Scott Mendelson, Peter Paras, and Yancy Berns to discuss the disaster-blue collar-action film Unstoppable, the final film from director Tony Scott, starring Denzel Washington and Chris Pine.
  • All Episodes

Trailers & Other Articles Of Note:

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