Washington D.C. critics Charlie Juhl and Hannah Buchdahl debate new releases, from the mainstream movies Hannah tends to favor, to obscure indie and foreign films Charlie likes to champion. It's free-flowing, unedited conversation, with the occasional wine wager. Two differing perspectives; one entertaining podcast. Let the clash begin!
Hop aboard the Jungle Cruise of Mercenary Love stories
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt keep JUNGLE CRUISE afloat; Netflix offers up the romantic drama THE LAST LETTER FROM YOUR LOVER, the romantic comedy RESORT TO LOVE, and the French action comedy THE LAST MERCENARY. Plus, the AppleTV+ docu-series WATCH THE SOUND WITH MARK RONSON and of course – more TED LASSO and SCHMIGADOON!
Better to get Old with Joe Bell than visit the Here After
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: life’s not exactly a beach in the M. Night Shyamalan thriller OLD; a flawed script weakens an important message in the true story of JOE BELL; and HERE AFTER gives new meaning to deadly romance. Plus, the must-see (Apple) TV that continues to be TED LASSO and SCHMIGADOON!
Gunpowder Milkshake with a side of Pig and Jam
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: elite female assassins band together to protect a kid in GUNPOWDER MILKSHAKE; a melancholy truffle farmer goes in search of his kidnapped PIG; LeBron James holds court in SPACE JAM: A NEW LEGACY; Anthony Bourdain speaks from the grave in the documentary ROADRUNNER. Plus, small screen shout-outs for TED LASSO and SCHMIGADOON! Tune in!
A race to the finish for Black Widow and Marathon – just kidding
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: a deep dive into the long-awaited standalone film for Natasha Romanoff aka Marvel’s BLACK WIDOW, and a plug for a mockumentary you won’t find in theaters, MARATHON.
Boss Baby 2, Purge 5, a Tomorrow War and a Summer of Soul
On this Independence Day Weekend edition of The Cinema Clash: the Templeton brothers are back in a new adventure with THE BOSS BABY: FAMILY BUSINESS; a dystopian horror franchise concludes with THE FOREVER PURGE; and the future is not so bright in the sci-fi time travel action flick THE TOMORROW WAR. Plus, we wrap up our coverage of AFIDOCS 2021 with our reaction to films about Anthony Bourdain, Tom Petty, a trio of Texas teens, a band of doctors fighting Big Pharma, and our favorite of the bunch - Questlove’s SUMMER OF SOUL.
WHAT’S UP DOC 2021
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: Part one of our annual review of the AFI DOCS film festival. Find out which female athlete documentary scores higher – NAOMI OSAKA or LFG. Plus, Mary J. Blige talks and sings of empowerment and survival in the Amazon Prime doc, MY LIFE; and 12 MIGHTY ORPHANS hit the big screen with an underdog sports drama based on a true story.
Great Movie Podcast
A fun and informative look at all, and I do mean all, the current releases. The hosts are opinionated but laid-back which makes for great listening.
This informative podcast is fun and interesting to listen to. The two podcasters have a great chemistry that creates and great listen and has influenced my movie choices. A must listen to!