97 Min Released Aug 19, 2016

#599: Fall Movie Preview (2016) / Hell or High Water / Nordic #6 - 1001 Grams

As the Summer 2016 movie season winds down, some critics are already writing it off as the worst summer ever. Ever the optimists, they look ahead to fall with their Top 5 Fall Movie Questions. Plus, reviews of the acclaimed West Texas-set heist movie HELL OR HIGH WATER and new animated feature KUBO AND THE TWO STRINGS. Also, the sixth film in the Contemporary Nordic Cinema Marathon – 1001 GRAMS from Norway's Bent Hamer – and Adam nominates another Golden Brick contender.

0:00-1:50 - Billboard / Donations
1:50-37:03 - Fall Movie Preview
Townes Van Zandt, "Dollar Bill Blues"
38:11-44:05 - Notes / Corrections
44:05-51:41 - Quick Takes: "Kubo" / "The Phenom"
51:41-58:15 - Massacre Theatre
58:15-1:07:36 - Review: "Hell or High Water"
Chris Stapleton, "Outlaw State of Mind"
1:08:39-1:20:31 - Nordic #6: "1001 Grams"
1:20:31-1:36:34 - Close / Hot Mics

-"Disorder" director Alice Winocour wrote "Mustang," not direct it.

-Josh's review of "Hell or High Water"
-Josh's review of "Kubo"
-Indiewire's 34 Indie Films To See This Season
-Are You Ready For Mel Gibson's Comeback?



Weekly film podcast and WBEZ radio show from Chicago featuring in-depth reviews, top 5 lists and interviews. Hosted by Adam Kempenaar and Josh Larsen. Part of the Panoply Network.

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