JSS Movie Minute Podcast: “Black Widow” Review & James Faust of DIFF Interview

Black Widow Podcast

Still not sure if you want to see Black Widow in the theater or stream it at home? Julie has a review for you! She and Rebekah Black also discuss HBO‘s new series White Lotus and break down expectations of Disney‘s Jungle Cruise, starring Dwayne Johnson & Emily Blunt. Julie then talks to James Faust about the Dallas International Film Festival and the future of indie films (like the much-anticipated Coda) in a post-Covid, streaming world. They wrap it all up with the new Anthony Bourdain documentary Roadrunner, which hits theaters July 16th. Listen below or wherever you find podcasts!

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FREE MOVIE PASSES: See “Hotel Transylvania 2” On Me!

If you have children, you were probably forced to see Hotel Transylvania with them back in 2012. Fortunately for all of us, the Adam Sandler-Selena Gomez flick ended up being sweet and pretty darn fun to watch. This time around, Dracula has to keep his daughter and grandson from moving away from the hotel and leaving him all alone (sad-bat-face). It features the voices of great folks like Andy Samberg and Steve Buscemi again, but this time Mel Brooks joins the cast as Dracula’s Dad. That ALONE makes Hotel Transylvania 2 worth watching! Take a look at the trailer below and click HERE for your free passes. The screening is THIS UPCOMING SATURDAY so make your plans and I’ll see you there!

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MOVIE REVIEW: “Me And Earl And The Dying Girl” (This Is Gonna Hurt)

Sometimes you fall in love with something even though you KNOW you shouldn’t. You go into it knowing that your heart will be broken, so you TRY to not get emotionally attached. Then, without even realizing it, you are head over heels and completely committed. That was my experience with Me and Earl and The Dying Girl. I knew immediately what was going to happen, but I let it hurt me anyway, so I guess I have no one to blame but myself. Continue reading →