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Way Too Early Oscar Predictions Podcast: Parasite, Harriet & The Power of Netflix

November means Oscar Season is in Full Effect. Pop Break’s Film Editor Marisa Carpico and Television Editor Matt Taylor are back for a big time episode of The Way Too Early Oscar Predictions Podcast.

This episode they look at: Parasite, Harriet, Motherless Brooklyn, The King, The Laundromat and Dolemite is My Name.

New York Film Festival Review Part 2: This episode is the second part to our second annual New York Film Festival (NYFF) podcast and will discuss: Jojo Rabbit, Marriage Story, and Uncut Gems, amongst others.

New York Film Festival Review Part 1: Our second annual NYFF review pod looks at festival screenings of Synonyms, Bacurau, Sibyl, Zombi Child, and The Whistlers, as well as discussions on Judy, Joker, and the Downton Abbey.

The Toronto International Film Fest: Our second annual adventure in the Great White North and the films we reviewed including: Jojo Rabbit, Parasite, How to Build a Girl, Saint Maud, and other films we saw at the Toronto International Film Festival 2019

The Late Summer Movies: The episode focuses on the very late, yet still potentially award season producing time of year. Jennifer Kent’s controversial film The Nightingale, the buzzed about drama Luce, the Julianne Moore vehicle After the Wedding and more are discussed.

The Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Review: An entire episode is dedicated to one of the biggest critical and controversial releases of 2019.

The Midsummer Movie Recap: The episode features discussions on: Wild Rose,The Farewell, Booksmart, Midsommar, Late Night, and Toy Story 4.

The Tribeca Film Festival Experience: This episodes highlight’s Marisa’s epic journey through the famed New York City film festival.

2020 Oscar Premiere Premiere Episode: The first episode of the 2020 season takes a quick, but deep dive into the Julianne Moore dramedy Gloria Bell, and Jordan Peele’s eerie blockbuster, US and whether this film can replicate Jordan Peele’s Oscar success.

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