The Casual Cinecast spent their Mother's Day weekend watching Charlize Theron mom it up in Jason Reitman's latest film, Tully.
Tully is the newest collaboration between Jason Reitman (Director), Diablo Cody (Writer) and Charlize Theron (Lead Actress). It tells the story of Charlize Theron as a struggling mother who hires a night nanny named Tully (Mackenzie Davis) to help care for her newborn infant. Listen in as we give our spoiler free opinions followed by a deep dive, spoiler heavy discussion of this unrelenting and realistic depiction of the experience of being and mother and having a newborn.
Of course, each week we start by discussing the TV and Film news we find interesting as well as the things we've been watching between episodes! Chris discovers a Looney Tunes-esque anime on CrunchyRoll called Tonari no Seki-kun: The Master of Killing Time while Mike has been staying up to date with the second seasons of The Handmaid's Tale and Westworld. Justin decided to see if Alexander Payne's Downsizing was simply overshadowed during this past awards season or if it is, in fact, not a good film!
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