JSS Movie Minute: “Spider-Man: No Way Home” (legitimately spoiler-free), “The Lost Daughter,” “And Just Like That” & “Nightmare Alley” Reviews

This week on the JSS Movie Minute podcast, Rebekah & Julie share their thoughts on the Sex & the City reboot AND JUST LIKE THAT, as well as Bradley Cooper’s new film NIGHTMARE ALLEY. Julie will review Maggie Gyllenhaal’s directorial debut THE LOST DAUGHTER and then they’ll both struggle to discuss SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME without divulging any spoilers (don’t worry, this is 100% spoiler free). Remember to check out earlier podcasts for more reviews and look for free movie passes while you’re here. Listen to the podcast above and then check out the brand new trailer for A24‘s Everything Everywhere All at Once when you’re done.

 

JSS Movie Minute: “Hawkeye, “House of Gucci” & “Encanto” Reviews

It’s an early THANKSGIVING edition of the Julie Says So MOVIE MINUTE, featuring reviews of HawkeyeHouse of Gucci and Encanto. Julie & Rebekah are taking next week off but will be back December 9th with reviews of Being the RicardosDon’t Look Up and West Side Story. In the meantime, catch Julie covering movies on Good Morning Texas December 3rd and find more more reviews & free movie passes at JulieSaysSo.com

JSS Movie Minute: “Last Night in Soho,” “The French Dispatch” & “The Eternals”

This week Julie and Rebekah review Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho (starring Thomasin McKenzie and Anya Taylor-Joy) and Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch (with Timothée Chalamet, Bill Murray, Frances McDormand and every other Wes Anderson favorite). They also cover Marvel‘s latest The Eternals, with Salma Hayek, Angelina Jolie, Brian Tyree Henry, Kumail Nanjiani, Richard Madden, Jemma Chan and so many more. They wrapped the MOVIE MINUTE with the trailer for Pixar‘s Lightyear, which looks at the origins of Buzz Lightyear. Find more movie reviews and free movie passes at JulieSaysSo.com

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JSS Movie Minute Podcast: Featuring Reviews of “Candyman” & “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”

This week, on the Julie Says So MOVIE MINUTE podcast, we talk about the new Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer (projected release date is December 17th…we were so busy discussing the Tom Holland/Zendaya rumors that we forgot to say) and share some of our favorite streaming shows. We also review Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and the latest from Jordan Peele, Candyman. Keep checking back for updates on the new Matrix 4 trailer and take a minute to watch that new Spider-Man trailer below (here’s a link about the relationship rumors, in case you are ALSO obsessed).

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JSS Movie Minute Podcast: Reviews of “Respect,” “CODA,” “Free Guy,” “Reservation Dogs” & MORE (in under 15 mins)

One of the great things about the Julie Says So MOVIE MINUTE Podcast is how much we cram into a short amount of time. This week, we have reviews of RespectCODAFree GuyAnnetteReservation Dogs & Suicide Squad in under 15 minutes (but we still had time to ramble about Adam Driver’s nude-scenes). Have a listen below and remember to check the Free Movie Passes Page often (if you’re ready to hit the theater). Also, don’t forget to check out the trailer for Shang-Chi & the Legend of the Ten Rings below the podcast!  

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JSS Movie Minute: Full Interview w/ “The Big Film Show,” Cancel-Culture Chat & Review of Questlove’s Documentary “Summer of Soul”

This week on the Julie Says So MOVIE MINUTE, we go over the F9 weekend box-office (Vin Diesel was RIGHT!) and I share my thoughts on Questlove’s directorial debut, “Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised).  I also talked to Mark Walters & Devin Pike from The Big Film Show, who had lots to say about Chris Pratt’s new film The Tomorrow War and his future with Marvel. We also discussed “Cancel-Culture” (a term none of us are fans of) and how it reflects society’s own underlying views.  Listen below or wherever you find podcasts!

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Summer Movie Review on “Good Morning Texas”

I made my first in-person appearance on Good Morning Texas today, after a straight year of Zoom interviews! It felt great to be back in that seat, even though the wind blew my hair into my lipstick and I’ve completely forgotten how to walk in heels. It was my first segment with new GMT host, Hannah Davis too, who is just as adorable in person as she is on TV. We discussed the post-Covid theater experience and what you can do to prepare for it (namely plan ahead) and I gave her my review of A Quiet Place Part 2. We also discussed the other big upcoming releases, like Disney’s Cruella, In the Heights, F9 and Black Widow. Click HERE to watch the segment and remember to check out the brand-new Julie Says So Movie Minute podcast right HERE.

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FREE MOVIE PASSES: See “21 Bridges” in Dallas, Austin, Houston, San Antonio & New Orleans!

Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther, Marshall, Get on Up) has paired up with producers Anthony and Joe Russo (Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Endgame) again for 21 Bridges. It’s about an NYPD Detective (Boseman) who uncovers a massive conspiracy while searching for two cop-killers. It also stars Sienna Miller, Taylor Kitsch and J.K. Simmons (who just joined the Marvel universe in Spiderman: Far From Home) and I have passes to see it all over Texas (and Louisiana)! Continue reading →

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MOVIE REVIEW: Can “Spider-Man: Far From Home” Make the HUGE Leap from “Endgame?”

Imagine being the first Marvel film released AFTER Avengers: Endgame.
It almost isn’t fair, is it? Following on the heels of a film that brought all of our favorite superheros together (and even took some away) would be an enormous challenge for any picture, but especially one that had such deep connections to one of the departed (I’m just now realizing how hard it will be to write this review without any A) Spider-Man: Far From Home or B) Avengers: Endgame spoilers). Continue reading →

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FREE MOVIE PASSES: See “Spider-Man: Far From Home” EARLY & FOR FREE

I wonder if Tom Holland felt weird when Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse became a monstrous hit. Did he watch it win the Oscar and grumble, “But I’m the real Spider-Man,” or is that just something I would do? Well, it doesn’t really matter because Spider-Man: Far From Home will hit theaters July 2nd and briefly make everyone forget about Miles Morales. It’s already projected to make $150 million opening weekend, so maybe you should skip the lines and see it EARLY and FOR FREE. Continue reading →