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    Movieha: Episode 238

    Matt and Ryan kinda stay on topic! Well, they discuss the World's Strongest Man competition, Matt's contagion level, and (eventually) rom-com The Big Sick! more

    Jul 14, 2017

    11:26 AM

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    Unconventional Convent Confessions

    Based on the Decameron, this is a breezy comedy about a peasant who finds himself in a convent where nuns are going bonkers. Filled with ribald humor and raunch, the cast makes this a welcome respite from blockbuster fatigue. more

    Jul 13, 2017

    3:11 PM

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    Catches Feels Just Like Flies

    Ditching the origin story, this breezy adventure sees Peter Parker (Tom Holland) as he first stumbles through making Spider-Man a superhero. A blissful blend of teen dramedy and comic book spectacle, this is a perfect genre film. more

    Jul 7, 2017

    3:46 PM

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    Movieha: Episode 237

    Matt and Ryan complain about the world's lack of empathy and then talk Spider-man and video games. LIKE ADULTS! more

    Jul 7, 2017

    12:11 PM

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    Feed Me, See More

    For this month's Food issue, we deep-dish-dive into some unusual categories of where cinema and cuisine collide. more

    Jul 5, 2017

    12:00 AM

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    Movieha: It's Beowulf!

    Another spinoff! Our friend Chris is here to tell you how every movie is basically just Beowulf. Up first: Steel Magnolias! more

    Jul 3, 2017

    9:56 AM

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    Movieha: Richelle's Horror Corridor

    In our first spinoff, Richelle is here to guide you through the good, bad, and good-bad of the horror genre! more

    Jul 3, 2017

    9:51 AM

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    Movieha: Episode 236

    Matt and Ryan talk about Into the Badlands, diss Baby Driver, and consider rapping Hamilton. more

    Jul 3, 2017

    9:48 AM

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    Unrestrained Refrains

    A young man must drive around hardened criminals while listening to music. That’s the entirety of the plot here, as writer/director Edgar Wright fully trusts a just-okay soundtrack to buoy an unoriginal film until its brilliant second half. more

    Jun 30, 2017

    1:11 PM

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    Puppy Hippo Love

    The latest from Bong Joon-ho is a straightforward "animal love" movie that demands to be watched immediately. more

    Jun 30, 2017

    12:04 PM

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    Cutting Room for July

    Summer series, horror events, and boutique-based judges are all included in this month's roundup of local film goodness! more

    Jun 29, 2017

    12:00 AM

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    The “Just Okay” Group

    Ana Lily Amirpour's sophomore effort is labored and boring but ultimately watchable. more

    Jun 27, 2017

    3:52 PM

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    Movieha: Episode 235

    Matt and Ryan discuss Han Solo's woes, Transformers 5, and video experimentation! more

    Jun 23, 2017

    1:41 PM

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    Thus Exploded Zarathustra

    The only reason this film exists is that Michael Bay is trying to get us all to embrace nihilism. more

    Jun 23, 2017

    12:17 PM

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    Ladies Might

    Although it's never outright hilarious, this "bachelorette party-gone-wrong" schtick is always pleasant and brings tons of smaller laughs. more

    Jun 16, 2017

    1:41 PM

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    Movieha: Episode 234

    Matt and Ryan discuss who would rule in the postapocalypse, talk about Rough Night, and analyze It Comes at Night! more

    Jun 16, 2017

    12:21 PM

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    Some Omaha Mumble

    A local film gets meta on the mublecore movement, with a great lead performance and some expected pitfalls of the genre. more

    Jun 16, 2017

    11:43 AM

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    Undead on Arrival

    The new Mummy is worse than the old Mummy and the older Mummy. And the new franchise it wanted to start ain't gonna happen. more

    Jun 11, 2017

    11:07 AM

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    I’ll Name That Tune

    Who needs a "Top 10 Scores of All Time" or "Best Soundtracks" countdown? Here's a weird list of movie music-related shenanigans with categories you likely haven't considered! more

    Jun 9, 2017

    5:15 PM

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    Don’t You Be My Neighbor

    This is a chilling and intimate end-of-the-world moral conundrum that will leave you feeling icky. In a good way! more

    Jun 8, 2017

    12:48 PM

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    Coma, Coma, Coma, Coma, Coma Come Feel the Awww

    The real life romance of Kumail Nanjiani and his wife, Emily V. Gordon, is dramatized in this super sweet tale involving a medically induced coma, two sets of meddling parents, and plenty of genuine humor. more

  • LittleHoursGrade.jpg

    Unconventional Convent Confessions

    Based on the Decameron, this is a breezy comedy about a peasant who finds himself in a convent where nuns are going bonkers. Filled with ribald humor and raunch, the cast makes this a welcome respite from blockbuster fatigue. more

  • Spidey Grade.jpg

    Catches Feels Just Like Flies

    Ditching the origin story, this breezy adventure sees Peter Parker (Tom Holland) as he first stumbles through making Spider-Man a superhero. A blissful blend of teen dramedy and comic book spectacle, this is a perfect genre film. more

  • Okja Grade.jpg

    Puppy Hippo Love

    The latest from Bong Joon-ho is a straightforward "animal love" movie that demands to be watched immediately. more

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    Unrestrained Refrains

    A young man must drive around hardened criminals while listening to music. That’s the entirety of the plot here, as writer/director Edgar Wright fully trusts a just-okay soundtrack to buoy an unoriginal film until its brilliant second half. more

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    The “Just Okay” Group

    Ana Lily Amirpour's sophomore effort is labored and boring but ultimately watchable. more

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    Thus Exploded Zarathustra

    The only reason this film exists is that Michael Bay is trying to get us all to embrace nihilism. more

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