"The Flagship Film Podcast"
Subject to change
Is a Kessel Run in 12 Parsecs and Han and Chewy's meet-cute enough to make a movie?
Reconsidering Peter Jackson's landmark trilogy a decade and a half after "The Return of the King."
Another strong Diablo Cody/Jason Reitman collaboration inspires an introspective Top 5.
A pimp, the Pope and a PBS legend are all subjects of questions Adam and Josh have about the 2018 summer movie season.
For better - and worse - "Infinity War" offers more of the same. Plus, Filmspotting’s Avengers unveiled.
"45 Years" director Andrew Haigh is back with another acutely observed character drama.
Live from Jim Henry's Paradise, it's the Best of the Minnelli Marathon Awards.
The new Emily Blunt-John Krasinski horror movie inspires a Top 5 featuring memorable scenes from Kubrick, Hitchcock, Coppola and Spielberg.
Minnelli fan Michael Phillips joins Adam to consider "one of the great adaptations of a truly lousy book."
Tarantino, Spike Lee and Pixar all make appearances on this week's Top 5. Plus, Spielberg's fun, flawed new creation.
Michael Phillips (Chicago Tribune) and Tasha Robinson (The Verge) return for part two of the best of the year countdown.
Best of the year roundtable with Michael Phillips (Chicago Tribune) and Tasha Robinson (The Verge, The Next Picture Show).
The force is strong with "Last Jedi" director Rian Johnson, who brings old-school style and humor to Star Wars Episode VIII.
Bad movies, a movie about a bad movie, and a great new movie from someone who probably loves bad movies (thank you, Guillermo del Toro).
A 10th-anniversary sacred cow review of the Paul Thomas Anderson film, plus the best movie years of all time (according to Adam and Josh).
For their Thanksgiving Break, Adam and Josh reconsider "The Force Awakens" and revisit their 2014 interview with the director of "The Last Jedi."
Looking for negative takes on Greta Gerwig's directing debut? Look elsewhere.
Adam and Josh celebrate the joyous new film from Agnes Varda, plus Josh weighs in on the latest from Todd Haynes and Yorgos Lanthimos.
Grab your hammer and take flight with Adam and Josh to the candy-colored, slaphappy world of Taika Waititi's "Thor Ragnarok."
The late George A. Romero began his career making a horror classic. An in-depth review of "Dead," and more horror directing debuts.
The filet of Baumbach.
A review of "Tangerine" director Sean Baker's acclaimed new film, plus Adam's conversation with the director.
A respectful and gorgeously shot return to the world of rogue replicants and the blade runners who love them.
Conclusion: Tom Cruise has no equal.
"Nothing In This Movie Means Anything: The Sequel," pluis Adam's conversation with the director of "Columbus."
A wrestler, a ballet dancer, three junkies and The Old Testament walk into a bar.
A woman is plagued by personal - and more profound - guilt in Lucrecia Martel's 2008 film.
Come for the clown. Stay for the twins.
Ridley Scott's seminal sci-fi noir gets the Sacred Cow treatment.
Waititi's "Thor" among the question marks about the fall movie slate, plus a split on Soderbergh's latest.
Bickering frenemies Adam and Josh discuss the latest Coogan/Brydon "Trip."