80 Min Released Nov 9, 2018

#705: Widows / Bohemian Rhapsody / Wildlife

Queen Viola. Queen Carey. And... Queen.

Oscar-winner Viola Davis heads the ace ensemble for Steve McQueen's ("12 Years A Slave") new Chicago-set heist thriller WIDOWS, writer Gillian Flynn's adaptation of a BBC miniseries from the 80s. Adam and Josh dig McQueen's take on a corrupt Chi-town, but debate his handling of some of the performances. They're in more agreement on actor Paul Dano's assured directing debut, WILDLIFE, which stars the always-great-but-maybe-never-greater Carey Mulligan along with Jake Gyllenhaal. And while Adam can't argue with the critical consensus on the new Queen biopic BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY, he can recommend the band's legendary 1985 Live Aid performance... which is available in all its glory online.

0:00-2:40 - Billboard
4:14-34:45 - Review: "Widows"
Queen, "Killer Queen"
35:25-45:31 - Next Week / Movie Passes / Notes
45:31-52:37 - Massacre Theatre
52:37-1:00:11 - Adam on "Bohemian Rhapsody"
Queen, "I Want To Break Free"
1:00:50-1:03:15 - Donations
1:06:11-1:22:27 - Review: "Wildlife"
1:22:27-1:25:50 - Close / Outtake     



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.

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