This week the Casual Cinecast has put out a very large episode! Film citic Matt Ward joins the podcast for the first time, in a very special review of A Most Violent Year, the 2014 crime drama starring Oscar Issac and Jessica Chastain. Matt was the winner of the Oscar-Bet 2019 contest from the show this last week, and A Most Violent Year was the film he chose. We also review The Fall (2006), and discuss Leaving Neverland, Steven Spielberg's stance on Netflix movies being eligble for Oscars, and more!
To cap off Awards season, the crew of the Casual Cinecast reacts to the Oscars and, with their own unique categories, hands out their Casual Cinecast Awards to the films and TV shows of 2018!
It’s another episode of It Is What It Is, and B.C. is talking TO Quad C about the WWE!
At the last minute, the Casual Cinecast changed their main review from Alita: Battle Angel, to the Oscar nominated film Shoplifters. However, if you watched the wrong movie, don't worry! There is still a lengthy discussion on Alita: Battle Angel, and much more! There's also a follow-up conversation regarding the most recent changes to the Academy Awards broadcast for 2019 we discussed last week!
It's not very often the Casual Cinecast does a documentary as their main review, but They Shall Not Grow Old was just too interesting to pass up. Mike, Justin and Chris head to the theater to see Peter Jackon's new World War I documentary, as it has (finally) gotten a proper theatrical release! There are also some opinions in regards to the Academy Awards 2019 announcements last week, and more!