With a lull in the late-summer movie schedule, Adam and Josh play catch-up on a few acclaimed new indie features - and Filmspotting Golden Brick candidates - including the Kartemquin Films-produced doc MINDING THE GAP, director Josephine Decker's Sundance hit MADELINE'S MADELINE and the experimental sports doc JOHN MCENROE: IN THE REALM OF PERFECTION. Plus, Josh's thoughts on the Brick-worthy NIGHT COMES ON and the critically-reviled puppet noir THE HAPPYTIME MURDERS. Also, Massacre Theatre and a clarification on that confusing Ethan Hawke poll question.
0:00-2:00 - Billboard
3:13-31:19 - Review: "Minding the Gap"
Taylor Janzen, "Pretend That It's Not There"
33:05-36:39 - Golden Brickspotting: "Night Comes On"
36:39-46:03 - Next Week / Notes
46:03-53:48 - Massacre Theatre
53:48-59:58 - Josh on "Happytime Murders"
Taylor Janzen, "Waiting Room"
1:01:14-1:07:23 - Donations
1:07:23-1:35:53 - Reviews: "Madeline's Madeline," "Realm of Perfection"
1:35:53-1:39:53 - Close / Outtake
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