Cinemaholics is what you Mank of it. Which is why we’re reviewing David Fincher’s latest film, Mank, now streaming on Netflix and starring Gary Oldman, Amanda Seyfried, and Charles Dance. Manks in advance for listening. We also review Sound of Metal starring Riz Ahmed and Olivia Cooke, Black Bear starring Aubrey Plaza and Christopher Abbot, and Godmothered starring Jillian Bell, Isla Fisher, and June Squibb.
Intro music: “Daily Theme” by Wonderly and “Christmas Time” by Linearwave
- 00:00:00 – The Minutely
- 00:07:45 – Intro & Off-Topics
- 00:17:00 – Jon briefly talks about “Saved By The Bell” Season 1 on Peacock, “The Flight Attendant” on HBO Max
- 00:21:05 – Will briefly talks about “How To With John Wilson” on HBO Max and Christmas Chronicles 2 on Netflix
- 00:29:05 – Listener voicemails: Do you think Citizen Kane is really a masterpiece? Voicemail question for next week: How do you feel about theatrical movies going straight to streaming services from now on?
- 00:34:55 – Mank
- 01:14:05 – Sound of Metal
- 01:31:15 – Black Bear
- 01:43:35 – Godmothered
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Great discussion. I think I side more with Will on this one, but I have a feeling I won’t remember much about Mank as the weeks go by. Loved everything about it technically, though.
Damn, Jon’s Michael Barbaro impression is actually insanely good XD
Loved Sound of Metal, by the way. Really glad it worked for you all as well.
Lloyd in Space messed with me, too, honestly.
Surprised there wasn’t much discussion about Lily Collins in this.