Quibi’s finally dying and it turns out they’re also scabs. Ted Lasso wins over everyone’s hearts. Cinemark’s theatre rentals. And Fast & Furious turns it up to 11. Trailers, a Presidential bracket, plus, we do the list – movies featuring actors that are slumming it. Check it!

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In the realm of rip-offs, how does this one hold up? Can an animal attack movie succeed without a strong story or protagonist? Does anyone buy that John Huston and Shelley Winters are brother and sister? Tune in to the show this week to get answers to these questions and more!

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No one wants Quibi. AMC is about out of cash. That’s OK because Soul isn’t coming out in theaters anyway. Sony confirms many Spiders-Men. Plus three great trailers, long lost Flickchart re-ranking, and a list of movies celebrating terrific movie houses!

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Our guest today is a welcome knock to the head. His name is Dave Richo and he’s a psychotherapist, educator, and writer in California. He’s with us today to talk about lessons outlined in his 2019 book, Five True Things: A Little Guide to Embracing Life’s Big Challenges. It’s one of those books that contains wisdom by the barrel and we’re deeply grateful that Dave agreed to join us on the show this week, letting us peel away at his five true things with direct guidance.

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How does this fit in with Bong Joon-Ho’s other ‘message’ movies? Why does the structure here work so well? And what is a scholar’s rock exactly and why is that important to the story? Tune in to this week’s show to get answers to these questions and more!

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We’re stressed! Clients are stressed. Kids are stressed. We’re all stressed. Why? Because when you’re living with ADHD, you’re getting more negative messages thrown at you like so many darts than those without. And because we set such high expectations for ourselves, those negative messages leave us feeling so much more deflated!

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What are a few of the things that you never have time to do because of work, kids, or your relationship with your spouse? This week on the show, we’re turning the corner on the divorce itself and imagining a world in which you find yourself in the mysterious state of being alone.

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Why does the black-and-white cinematography work so well in capturing a sense of Cuarón’s own memories? How does the ‘upstairs/downstairs’ nature of this story work when intersecting with the macroscopic view of Mexico City in the 70s? How well do the first time actors perform in the film? Tune in to this week’s show to get answers to these questions and more!

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