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Tim Grierson and Will Leitch are lifelong best friends who have been writing and talking about the movies for 25 years. Grierson is vice president of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association. Leitch is doing his absolutely best to pretend. Read their work everywhere. But listen to this show for the pure juice, straight on tap.
 
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We're back! We're back! It has been QUITE THE MONTH since we saw you last. We missed you. And boy we missed a lot! After we talk about democracy's peril, we dig into three new movies. First, the quarantine heist comedy "Locked Down." Then it's Ralph Fiennes, Carey Mulligan and Lily James in Netflix's "The Dig." And then Nate Parker's "American Skin…
 
It's here, everyone: The annual tradition unlike any other, Dorkfest. Your hosts, Tim Grierson and Will Leitch, go over their 10 best movies of the year, and try to make sense of the most trying year of everyone's lifetime. It's our favorite show of the year. It's Dorkfest. This will be our last show until January 15: We're on an extended break unt…
 
Every year, Will and his friend and colleague Tommy Craggs wrap up the year trying to figure out the planet. This year was not any easier. Hear them talk their way through it. Have a wonderful holiday. Dorkfest will be posted tomorrow. Thanks to Dylan Mayer and My Friend Mary, both of which are wonderful, for the music. We hope you enjoy. Let us kn…
 
It's our penultimate show: Our lighting round show to fit in all the movies left in 2020, packing them all in before Dorkfest. So strap in: LOTS of movies to get to. No timestamps this week: Just the movies. Here they are: "Wonder Woman 1984" "Soul" "The Father" "News of the World" "Promising Young Woman" "One Night in Miami" "Small Axe: Education"…
 
Only three shows left, counting this one, until Dorkfest. That's right: You've almost made it to the end. We start with the acclaimed "Minari," and then hit two Meryl Streep movies: Ryan Murphy's "The Prom" and Steven Soderbergh's "Let Them All Talk." And then the fourth "Small Axe" movie from Steve McQueen, "Alex Wheatle." Timestamps (approximate)…
 
Hey, Episode 250! That's awesome! Though Episode 250 comes the week of Warner Bros' shocking decision to release their entire 2021 catalog on HBO Max, which sure does change the way we talk about movies. Or does it? We break it down. Then, Oscar time! Big Oscar contenders "Nomadland," from Chloe Zhao, and "Mank," from David Fincher, lead the week. …
 
Hey, you made it out of Thanksgiving. Well, we hope so, anyway. So, more Oscar stuff! Big Oscars frontrunner "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom," with Viola Davis and the last screen performance from the late great Chadwick Boseman leads us off this week. Then we have the second Small Axe film from Steve McQueen, "Lovers Rock." And we close it out with a Da…
 
Every year for, jeez, about a decade now, on a variety of different podcasts, author and podcaster Jeb Lund has joined Will to talk about the state of the world, and stuffing, on Thanksgiving. This is this year's conversation. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Thanks to Dylan Mayer and My Friend Mary, both of which are wonderful, for the music. We hop…
 
It's getting to be the time of the year when GOOD movies start coming out. It's Awards Season! Even a pandemic, there are Awards Movies. Three excellent ones this week. The first movie of Steve McQueen's "Small Axe" anthology, "Mangrove." Then, the Riz Ahmed addiction drama "Sound of Metal." And the very upsetting Romanian documentary "Collective."…
 
Hey, it's a Grierson and Leitch/People Still Read Books crossover episode! Melissa Maerz is a longtime entertainment journalist--she's one of the founders of Vulture--and one of the smartest pop culture minds working. And "Alright, Alright, Alright: The Oral History of Richard Linklater's Dazed and Confused" is a terrific, engrossing read, a testam…
 
All four of our new movies are playing exclusively in theaters right now. That's new! And maybe ... not the best timing on that? Anyway, first we discuss Ron Howard's adaptation of J.D. Vance's memoir "Hillbilly Elegy." Then it's the Kate Winslet-Saoirse Ronan romance "Ammonite." And hey, wanna see Vince Vaughn play a teenage girl? Here's "Freaky."…
 
Hey, the election happened! It took a while, but ... wow, we voted that lunatic out. Tim and Will talk about that, and also new movies "Let Him Go" (with Kevin Costner and Diane Lane) and "Proxima" (with Eva Green and Matt Dillon). Then, in our Reboot section, we get gross with David Cronenberg's 1986 horror film "The Fly." Bundle-Fly! Timestamps (…
 
The election is almost here. Let's all talk through our anxiety together, and then let's talk about some movies. Timestamps (approximate): 18:30 "Come Play" 36:54 "Caddyshack" 56:30 "Out of the Past" Thanks to Dylan Mayer and My Friend Mary, both of which are wonderful, for the music. We hope you enjoy. Let us know what you think @griersonleitch on…
 
Hey, surprise Borat movie! A lot has changed since Sacha Baron Cohen first gave us Borat, but ... a lot hasn't. His new film "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm" shows us how and why. Then we discuss Robert Zemeckis' HBO Max film "The Witches," and Justin Simien's "Bad Hair." Timestamps (approximate): 12:30 "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm" 37:06 "The Witches" …
 
It's getting late in the year, which means (gulp) Election Day is almost here, but it also means the movies are starting to (finally) get a little bit more interesting. First off, we have the big Aaron Sorkin Netflix film "The Trial of the Chicago 7," with Eddie Redmayne, Sacha Baron Cohen, Michael Keaton and a cast of thousands. Then we have Spike…
 
It is always a special day when Don Hertzfeldt releases a new film. One of our favorite filmmakers and artists released episode three of his World of Tomorrow series, and we dig deep into it. It's so great. Two other new movies, both interesting in very different ways: Radha Blank's "The 40-Year-Old Version" and the striking documentary "Time." The…
 
So, QUITE ANOTHER NEWS WEEK. Anyway, as our "president" can't seem to keep himself isolated even though he has an infectious disease, we talked about some movies so we didn't have to talk about THAT. Three new big ones. First, Sofia Coppola is back with Bill Murray in "On the Rocks." Then it's Julie Taymor's look a Gloria Steinem, in "The Glorias."…
 
Three new movies this week! First, it's Miranda July's "Kajillionaire," with Evan Rachel Wood, Richard Jenkins and Debra Winger. Then it's Jessica Chastain punching Colin Farrell in "Ava." Then it's Netflix's "Enola Holmes." (She's Sherlock's brother, not John's.) New movies are fun. Timestamps (approximate): 8:35 "Kajillionaire 23:27 "Ava" 44:43 "…
 
Three new movies this week, two of them from filmmakers we've been big fans of in the past. Even as all the big movies keep getting pushed back, movies are still coming out. First, it's Sean Durkin's "The Nest," with Jude Law and Carrie Coon. Then it's the star-packed "The Devil All the Time," with a lot of actors who play superheroes in other movi…
 
So. Now we know (kind of) how "Tenet" did at the box office, and (kind of) how many people saw "Mulan" at home. The world of movies has never gone through anything like it's going through right now. Can it survive the pandemic? What does the future of moviegoing look like? Will and Tim, with no new movies released this week, sit down and try to fig…
 
Is it the biggest movie weekend of the year? No question, right? We've got "Tenet!" We've got "Mulan!" We've got Charlie Kaufman's "I'm Thinking of Ending Things." What a freaking weekend. Let's dig in. Timestamps (approximate): 7:22 "Tenet" 23:50 "Mulan" 42:29 "I'm Thinking of Ending Things" Thanks to Dylan Mayer and My Friend Mary, both of which …
 
Back to normal? Well, not quite, not even close, actually, but we DID go to the theater to see movies this week. (Grierson went to a drive through, which still counts.) Yes, what we went through for "The New Mutants." We also discuss the return of Bill and Ted in "Bill and Ted Face the Music," and then dance along with Armando Iannucci's "The Perso…
 
People are going back to theaters! Well, not really, but there ARE some theaters open, and there ARE new movies playing in them. What do we think about that? Find out, and also find out what we think of "Unhinged" and "Tesla." Then, in our Reboot segment, we discuss the 1962 horror movie "Burn, Witch, Burn!" Timestamps (approximate): 13:05 "Unhinge…
 
Hey, Cardinals baseball returned this weekend. That helped. We also saw some movies. Two new movies: First, the Apple TV documentary "Boys State." And then the Netflix actioner "Project Power," with Jamie Foxx and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Then, a truly wild Reboot: 1995's "The Scarlet Letter," with Demi Moore, Gary Oldman and a bewigged Robert Duvall.…
 
Back to new movies! And some fascinating ones. First, the Amy Seimetz horror-drama "She Dies Tomorrow." Then it's Seth Rogen in "An American Pickle." And we close out with a political horror film from Guatemala, "La Llorona." Timestamps (approximate): 12:30 "She Dies Tomorrow" 34:52 "An American Pickle" 49:55 "La Llorona" Thanks to Dylan Mayer and …
 
No new movies this week, so, cool: It's a mailbag show! We talk about watching movies during quarantine, how movies illuminate this cultural moment, what films best represent us and many, many other things. We love doing this show once a year or so. It's your questions. They're so great! Then, in our Reboot segment, we look at Jeremy Saulnier's "Bl…
 
We have a very tired co-host, so bear with Leitch this week. Two new movies: Dave Franco's "The Rental," and the coming of age religion comedy "Yes God Yes." In the Reboot, it's Bong Joon-ho! Who is awesome! We discuss his 2006 film "The Host." Timestamps (approximate): 13:30 "The Rental" 26:10 "Yes God Yes" 48:55 "The Host" Thanks to Dylan Mayer a…
 
This was SUPPOSED to be the weekend that "Tenet" came out. It, uh, has not turned out that way. Thus, we have only one new movie: The grueling World War II drama "The Painted Bird." We have two very different Reboot movies. First, it's the Martin Scorsese religious epic "Silence." It is followed, jarringly, by 1993's "Demolition Man." Timestamps (a…
 
Is this the best movie weekend of the year so far? It might be! Three big, fascinating movies this week. First, the Gina Prince-Bythewood/Charlize Theron comic book collaboration "The Old Guard." Then, the Andy Samberg/Christi Milioti romantic comedy "Palm Springs." And make sure you've left room for Hanks: It's the Tom Hanks-scripted "Greyhound." …
 
Happy Fourth! America ... eff yeah? Anyway, we've got a doozy of a show this week. First off, we do a deep dive on "Hamilton," the movie version of a musical we had actually never seen before. We have a lot to discuss! Also, if you can believe it, we are somehow halfway through this hell year. So we each look back at four favorite movies of the fir…
 
Two new movies this week, from a couple of big names from the comedy world. First, it's Jon Stewart, who returns with his political satire "Irresistible." Then Will Ferrell gives us the Netflix comedy, "Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga." We're much more serious with the Reboot: It's Michael Mann's "Manhunter." Timestamps (approximate…
 
After the weird thing called "joy" that we all experienced in the wake of the President's Tulsa faceplant, we had a good attitude this week until we talked about baseball. So. No baseball talk! Instead, we discuss two new movies: "Babyteeth" and "Miss Juneteenth." Then we Reboot the horror romance "Spring," from 2014. Timestamps (approximate): 11:1…
 
It is almost like the Before Time this week, with three new movies, all of them interesting, and two from major filmmakers. Exciting! First, the big one: Spike Lee's Netflix film "Da 5 Bloods." Then Judd Apatow tries to figure out Pete Davidson in "The King of Staten Island." And then, a documentary about "Showgirls" that is a LOT better than "Show…
 
Wow, so ... what a week. A week unlike any in American history, and we discuss the best we can. (Which is not that well.) Then we get into the movies. Two new movies this week. First, the Elizabeth Moss/Michael Stuhlbarg-starring "Shirley." Then it's the Willem Dafoe-Abel Ferrara collaboration "Tommaso." The Reboot is a film many consider a classic…
 
This was a dreadful weekend in a year of dreadful weekends. We do not glide past it, but we don't wallow in it either. We need some time away from the world ourselves. So, this week, we discuss two new movies: "The High Note" and "The Vast of Night." Then, an all-timer for the Reboot: Tarkovsky's "Andrei Rublev." Timestamps (approximate): 14:28 "Th…
 
Two new movies this week! Also: No buzzing sound on Grierson's audio. It's almost like things are back to normal. Even though they are totally not! First, we look at the Kumail Nanjiani/Issa Rae romantic comedy "The Lovebirds." Then it's the fourth in the "Trip" series, with "The Trip to Greece." In our Reboot, hey: It's "Point Break!" Whoa! Timest…
 
Hey, look! An actual new, 2020 movie for us to discuss! With a letter grade and everything. It's Josh Trank's "Capone," and boy howdy: It is definitely a movie. We also have two foreign language Reboots this week: Antonioni's "L'Avventura" and Fassbinder's "In a Year of 13 Moons." But a new movie! A real one! Also: Something was up with Grierson's …
 
There are actual new movies coming out next week, so this is our last year recap for a while. So let's all enjoy 1999, the year of "The Matrix," "The Phantom Menace" and ... "Magnolia!" And lots of movies. Then, two fun one in our Reboot segment: Billy Wilder's "Stalag 17" and the restaurant classic "Big Night." Timestamps (approximate): 10:45 1999…
 
Hello! The news from the Academy this week means we may actually have movies to discuss in the coming weeks, like, NEW movies. We discuss that. But we also look back at the movie year of 1982, the first year Will remembers watching movies in theaters. Which means we mostly just discuss "E.T." Then, Reboot time: First, Brian DePalma's "Blow Out." Th…
 
Grierson went on a walk last week. We are very proud of him. Now that he has walked, we can talk about movies. This week, we look back at the movie year 1997, a particularly good movie year, and not just because that's the one year Grierson and Leitch both lived in Los Angeles at the same time. We have Reboots as well. First, the Coen Brothers clas…
 
Hi! It's time for another Grierson & Leitch: Conversations! This week, we talk with The Athletic baseball writer Keith Law, whose new book "The Inside Game" looks at baseball, but mostly looks at critical thinking and the logic fallacies that curse us all. We talk about movies, the illogic of our leaders and whether baseball will be back this year.…
 
Like you, we are still in our house. But Grierson really needs to take a walk. This week's year in review is 2001. Never forget! We have Reboots as well. First, the John Magary indie from 2014 "The Mend." Then, a weird Street Toughs movies from 1979 called "Over the Edge." It has a 14-year-old Matt Dillon in it. And seriously, stay safe! Timestamps…
 
Still quarantinin'! This week's year in review is 1977. We were very young in 1977. But two movies dominated the year, and the years to come: "Annie Hall," and, of course, "Star Wars." We discuss them both, and more. We have Reboots as well. First, the Steven Spielberg classic "Raiders of the Lost Ark." Then, the German comedy-drama "Goodbye, Lenin…
 
We hope everyone's staying safe! This week's year in review: 2005! It's the year that "Crash" won Best Picture! That was terrible! There were good things that year, though, we swear. We have Reboots as well. First, Francis Ford Coppola's "Tucker: A Man and His Dream." Also, the John Sayles hit "Passion Fish." And seriously, stay safe! Timestamps (a…
 
We're back, in the new routine of this new madness, quarantined but still watching movies like crazy. Grierson guides us through movie year 1989 first off. Then, we actually have a new movie to discuss: The Netflix documentary, produced by the Obamas, "Crip Camp." Then in our Reboot, we look at Kenneth Lonergan's much-debated "Margaret." Timestamps…
 
We're shut in our homes just like you are, which means no new movies, which means we're looking backwards rather than forward. Thus, we begin our weekly look back at a particular movie year with 1994. "Forrest Gump!" "Pulp Fiction!" "Hoop Dreams!" David Letterman hosting the Oscars! We deep dive into 1994. Then, in our Reboot segment, we look at Kr…
 
Obviously, we're living in pretty unprecedented times right now. While you're inside like everybody else, come with us and talk movies for a little bit, but mostly about what it's like at this particularly moment. We're your podcast buddies, and you're our listening friends. Let's talk all this through together. We also talk about "The Hunt" and "M…
 
Hey, three new movies! And they're all interesting! First, it's the new Pixar film, "Onward." Then we dig into the umpteenth Ben Affleck comeback movie "The Way Back." Finally, Grierson solos on Kelly Reichardt's "First Cow." Timestamps (approximate): 10:14 "Onward" 32:45 "The Way Back" 53:32 "First Cow"" Thanks to Dylan Mayer and My Friend Mary, b…
 
Time for another Grierson & Leitch: Conversations! This one is a big preview of the 2020 Major League Baseball season with the hosts of the long-gone, most-beloved The Baseball Show With Rany and Joe. That's right, we go two-plus hours with Joe Sheehan and Rany Jazayerli. So much baseball nerdness! If you just like movies and not baseball, this is …
 
The Dark Universe is over, but "The Invisible Man" is back: This one is a Blumhouse joint with Elizabeth Moss. How does it hold up? We discuss. Then, in our Reboot segment, we take a look at two ... coming of age movies? First, it's 1967's "The Graduate." Then, only 15 years later (but a lifetime, really), it's 1982's "Fast Times at Ridgemont High.…
 
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