Weekly Recap: The Equalizer 3, Golda, Gran Turismo & More!

That's it! The Summer movie season is at an end, but Denzel Washington is the closer with The Equalizer 3. I'm not big on this series, but it's the best of the three. A few other smaller films are also out, such as Golda, You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah, and King of Killers, and I have reviews posted for them as well. Plus, we have new podcasts covering Gran Turismo and more. And the Summer of 93 at 30 podcast series reaches its conclusion this week with a fun final episode (for now). So, feel free to check out all these reviews, podcasts, lists, trailers, and other fun. Enjoy, stay safe out there, and thanks for reading!

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  • Gran TurismoAaron and Abe are joined by Mark Pacis and Joe Two to talk all about Gran Turismo (based on a true story).
  • Lambcast #699 - Decade Lookback: 1978This week on the Lambcast, we step into the Wayback Machine and take a trip to the Me Decade. Disco was still king, Sequels were becoming more and more typical, and nostalgia for the Beatles was the driving force of a couple of movies on our lists. We expanded the guest list this week to include some people who have first-hand memories of 1978, and we got at least 26 different films to share with each other and with you.
  • Blade CommentaryAaron is joined by Brandon Peters, Scott Mendelson, and Mark Hofmeyer to discuss Blade, the concluding entry of the “Superhero Summer” commentary theme.
  • The Summer of '93 at 30: September 3-5, 1993This is it. The grand finale, led by…Stuart Gordon and Christoper Lambert? Fortress headlines Labor Day weekend 93 along with Brad Pitt, David Duchovny, Juliette Lewis, and Michelle Forbes in Kalifornia. Then there’s Jason Priestley’s attempt at stardom in Calendar Girl and Roberto Benigni’s in Son Of The Pink Panther.
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