This past week may not have opened on a—ahem—high note, but that doesn’t mean the Cinemaholics are tuning out on the latest batch of film releases. After a quick birthday shoutout for our favorite movies ever and a mini review of “Space Force” on Netflix, we jump into our in-depth review of The High Note, a new feel-good comedy-drama starring Dakota Johnson, Tracee Ellis Ross, Ice Cube, and Kelvin Harrison Jr. We also discuss Body Cam starring Mary J. Blige and Nat Wolff, the new Netflix documentary mini-series Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich, and Hope Gap starring Annette Bening and Bill Nighy.
This week’s theme music: “Go to Bed” by Sarcastic Sounds.
- 00:00:00 – Will’s big news
- 00:01:25 – Awesome intro that includes Will
- 00:04:20 – Our favorite movies ever
- 00:09:00 – “Space Force” mini review
- 00:18:35 – The High Note
- 00:37:35 – Body Cam
- 00:48:40 – Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich
- 00:57:00 – Hope Gap
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If i had to rank the Cinemaholics opening sketches, I’d have to place this in a close second after the His Girl Friday phone call.
Do the lords of the engagement rings mean nothing to you?
Whoever is choosing the music for Cinemaholics lately deserves a raise.
Will: (says nothing)
Jon: Will you’re scaring me again