93 – Phantom Thread, Lady Bird, I, Tonya, Mudbound, Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, The Eyes of My Mother, Marjorie Prime

Oscars abound in this episode as we tick off two Best Picture hopefuls and some surprise nominees. Starting off with Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest, Phantom Thread, we then move in to Greta Gerwig’s Best Picture AND Best Director nominated Lady Bird. Producer and actress Margot Robbie stuns as Tonya Harding in I, Tonya. Director Dee Rees impresses with the powerful Netflix drama Mudbound. Andrew catches up with the short horror film The Eyes of My Mother. And finally, the future of grief is explored in Marjorie Prime.

0:00 – Intro Music
0:45 – Intro
4:58 – Phantom Thread
27:28 – Lady Bird
46:37 – I, Tonya
1:02:32 – Mudbound
1:06:05 – Professor Marston and the Wonder Women
1:24:44 – The Eyes of My Mother
1:26:15 – Marjorie Prime
1:31:40 – Wrap Up

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