Review #63: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Another big oscar contender finds its way to Pittsburgh and here’s my review (all spoiler-free). Also, there’s the final Cinereelists FML update for the Fall 2017 season, including record breaking performances, our first repeat winner, and much much more. The FML update starts around the 23 minute mark.

Statistics #47: The Star

It’s an animated film with a huge cast, the perfect subject for a statistics episode. There’s also some talk about my upcoming episodes and a piece of listener mail! This is also the first episode I’ve recorded on my desktop computer! I finally took the time to port over all my queues and programs and whatnot required to do so and I’m very pleased to have a mouse to edit episodes now.

Statistics #46: Top 10 NovemberBorn Actors

The November page here on Circle of Film has already been updated. 10 more names get immortalized in this month’s Top 10 actor list. There’s old and new, male and female, and dead and alive names to talk about. But how many of these names will be here next year?

Statistics #45: Murder on the Orient Express

Apologies for the late release! A new Branagh film that’s sure to appeal to the older crowd. It’s got a flashy cast that features some of the best names around (Judi Dench, Willem Dafoe) as well as the new hotness (Daisy Ridley, Leslie Odom Jr.).

Reviews 6: Bad Moms Christmas, Jane, Goodbye Christopher Robin

In addition to the films in the title, I also go into Ex Libris: New York Public Library, The Little Hours, and The Killing of a Sacred Deer. The FML update starts around the 40 minute mark.

Statistics #44: Thor: Ragnarok

There’s a brief spoiler section for a couple of the actors starting around the 22 minute mark. It should come to little surprise that everyone involved benefited greatly from their inclusion in Ragnarok.