ATR #82 – Four movie reviews and 1 new guest!
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Yes, you heard right, on this super-sized episode there will be reviews for four, yes, count them 4 new movies! This is also the first episode of what I am sure will be many visits with Ian Dinsmore from DrunkSunshine.com!
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The movies covered in this episode are the legal drama “Roman J Israel ESQ”, a tense small town drama “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”, an over the top biography “The Disaster Artist” and finally, the movie I have been waiting for since I was a kid; “Justice League”. A couple of these movies are on this year’s top 5 favorite films list, and you will have to listen and find out which one!
Time code breakdown:
0m:00s – 3m:30s: Introduction of the show and topics
3m:30s – 22m:55s: Getting to know you, Ian edition! Talking about Ian’s beginnings of his film criticism, plus projects he has worked on both past and present, including IndieFlix and the 48 Hour Film Project.
22m:55s – 39:48s: Discussion, review, and rating for “Roman J Israel ESQ” (IMDB.com/RomanIsrael)
39:48s – 1h:07m: Discussion, review, and rating for “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (IMDB.com/ThreeBillboards)
1h:07m – 1h:24m: Discussion, review, and rating for “The Disaster Artist” (IMDB.com/DisasterArtist)
1h:24m – 2h:11s: Discussion, review, and rating for “Justice League” (IMDB.com/JusticeLeague)
2h:11s – 2h:12m: Wrap up of the films we covered
2h:12m – 2h:13m: Ian talks about some upcoming projects, which include watching around 75 screeners before the deadline for the Seattle Film Critics Society awards announcement
2h:13m – 2h:19m: Upcoming projects for the About To Interview podcast include an interview with Robyn Paris (Twitter.com/RobynParis), actor and director of “The Room Actors: Where Are They Now” (Twitter.com/TheRoomActors), then an episode with Vashti Harrison (Twitter.com/VashtiHarrison) about her new book “Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History” (Twitter.com/LittleBrownYR). Along with those two episodes, there will be a very special sponsored episode of About To Review about the new show on HISTORY channel called “Knightfall” (Twitter.com/KnightfallShow)
Thank you to my amazing guest for making the time to be on the show!
- Ian Dinsmore can be found at a pub and/ or a theater near you! But, for ease of access, and privacy, I recommend following him on social media * Twitter: @IanDins * Instagram: @IanDins * Website: drunksunshine.com
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