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Zodiac (2007)

Tonight’s Cinemavino continues our look at all-time Oscar snubs.  For part three, we tackle a David Fincher classic–Zodiac.  It’s engrossing, intelligent true crime epic, centered on the hunt for one of our country’s most...

Rounders (1998)

Rounders (1998)

Tonight’s episode of Cinemavino continues our series on the best films to be completely snubbed by the Oscars.  Rounders survived so-so reviews and box office to endure as an all-time cult classic.  At the very least, John Malkovich...

The Batman (2022)

Tonight, Sean and I take a look at one of the biggest releases of the year:  Matt Reeves’ reboot of The Batman.  We have slightly different opinions of the finished product.  This podcast is mostly spoiler-free, but the last few minutes...

Vox Machina, Episodes 4,5, and 6 *spoilers

This mini-episode continues our look at Vox Machina, the new animated series on Amazon.  Machina drops in 3 episode chunks, so tonights discussion will cover the 4th, 5th, and 6th episodes of the first season.  As always, SPOILERS ABOUND, so proceed...

The Book of Boba Fett, Episodes 4&5 *spoilers

We continue our look at The Book of Boba Fett, now streaming Disney+.  Here, we cover episodes 4 & 5.  One is a filler, the other is a killer.  We’ll let you figure out which is which.  SPOILERS ABOUND!  Proceed with caution. For vino, we...

Don’t Look Up (2021) *spoilers

For the new year, we will take a look at some of the most acclaimed movies of 2022.  This starts with Adam McKay’s broad satire, Don’t Look Up.  Sean and Travis really enjoyed, while I was more on the fence. As for vino, I decided on an...

The Holiday (2006)

We’re gonna kick off this season with a series of very different Christmas flicks.  That begins with The Holiday, a prototypical offering of Hollywood schmaltz.  It was written and directed by Nancy Meyers (What Women Want, Something’s...

The Beatles: Get Back (Episodes 2 & 3)

For this week’s Cinemavino, Sean and I continue our look at Peter Jackson’s mammoth documentary, The Beatles: Get Back.  Jackson did an outstanding job of ironing 160 hours of raw footage into three coherent acts.  Not surprisingly, part...

The Beatles: Get Back (Episode 1)

The Beatles are my all-time favorite band, and I’ve spent my life as a walking encyclopedia of their music and history.  Like millions of fans, their music has changed my life.  Long story short:  This isn’t just another podcast for me...

The Last Waltz

Thanksgiving is already here, and we’ve found the perfect movie for the occasion. Martin Scorsese’s The Last Waltz is often held as the greatest rock documentary every made, and it’s easy to see why:  The Band’s farewell...