On this installment of the Reel Talker podcast, Jim Alexander and Don Shanahan discuss the July movie releases. Which ones are a flop and which ones are a hit? We debate our favorites. Also, we disclose our top 10 movies lists through the halfway point of the year. There will be surprise picks!
In episode 4 of the Reel Talker podcast, Don Shanahan and I discuss the release and underwhelming debut of The Mummy. Don and I delve into the importance of I, Daniel Blake. Don shares his thoughts on My Cousin Rachel and It Comes at Night. All that in part one of the podcast.
Episode 3 of the Reel Talker Podcast is all about Wonder Woman. Jim is joined once again by Don Shanahan of the CIFCC. Jim brings up his frustrations with the early Wonder Woman critic reactions. Don discusses his favorite moments of the film and why he things it can be an inspirational movie. The guys debate where Wonder Woman ranks among DC movies. All that and more in the podcast.
*Podcast was recorded prior to the movie release.
In the second part of episode 2 of the Reel Talker podcast, Chicago Independent Film Critics Circle’s director Don Shanahan stays on to talk about Zach Snyder leaving Justice League due to unfortunate personal issues, Tom Holland not being the right fit as Spider-Man. Don and I also preview the 2017 summer movie season. Don’t know which movies to check-out and which ones to avoid? Listen in to what we think are the movies to see and to skip.
On episode 2 of the Reel Talker podcast I’m joined by film critic and Chicago Independent Film Critics Circle director Don Shanahan. In the first part of the podcast we discuss the new Pirates of the Caribbean and Baywatch theatrical releases. We also discuss the Blu-ray releases of the week, Logan and Get Out. Listen in to the banter and the fun that we had talking about these movies.
It’s time to introduce you to the Reel Talker podcast. In this first episode of the podcast I discuss this weeks Blu-ray/DVD and theatrical releases you should see. Listen in and check out which movies I recommend you see and why: