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2. Summer of Sam, To Wong Foo & John Leguizamo

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Release Date: 04/01/2020

8. Above the Rim & Permanent Midnight show art 8. Above the Rim & Permanent Midnight

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This week, good people, we talk ABOVE THE RIM and PERMANENT MIDNIGHT. Sarah calls herself out for own her comments on racism during our DJANGO UNCHAINED discussion (episode 6) and Ricky continues to holler about Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls. They also sing A LOT in this episode...  Here are some other dope ass movies, books and people we mention in this episode: ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD WHITE FRAGILITY by ROBIN DiANGELO WHITE MEN CAN'T JUMP THE WOLF OF WALL STREET THE LAST DANCE PHIL JACKSON DENNIS RODMAN LA BAMBA PUNCH DRUNK LOVE BOOMERANG METRO NEW JACK CITY BOOTY CALL ANY...

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7. Escape from New York & Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey show art 7. Escape from New York & Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey

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This week at the QuaranCinema—aka Ricky and Sarah's couch—We talk about John Carpenter's 1981 ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK and the second film in the Bill & Ted franchise: 1991's BILL & TED'S BOGUS JOURNEY. Both movies are currently streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

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6. Django Unchained & Foxy Brown show art 6. Django Unchained & Foxy Brown

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This week at the QuaranCinema, oh my! Sarah and Ricky decided to have some Cafe Bustelo before they talked into microphones and people, Cafe Bustelo energia is the truth! When they weren't tweaking Sarah and Ricky discuss Quentin Tarantino's DJANGO UNCHAINED, currently streaming on Netflix, and the Pam Grier classic FOXY BROWN, currently streaming on the Criterion Channel. Plus, Ricky and Sarah talk about the best Christmas Day present is a Christmas Day movie release, revenge movies and which Foxy Brown outfit to exact your revenge in, and did we mention they were sweating coffee bullets...

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5. Three Days of the Condor & Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan show art 5. Three Days of the Condor & Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

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This week at the QuaranCinema, Ricky and Sarah breakdown Sydney Pollack's 1975 THREE DAYS OF THE CONDOR, currently streaming on Criterion Channel, and Nicholas Meyer's 1982 sci-fi classic STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN. Sarah discovers Spock is Jewish and Ricky ponders more diverse casting what-ifs for predominantly white films. They also discuss Brad Pitt vs. Redford, Bette Davis vs. Joan Crawford, the Chicago White Sox, and how they brought the MLB to their living room for a safer-at-home day at the ballpark since baseball has been canceled due to the pandemic. 

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4. Kung Fu Hustle & The Host show art 4. Kung Fu Hustle & The Host

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This week's double feature is a fun one: Stephen Chow's 2004 KUNG FU HUSTLE and Bong Joon-Ho's 2006 THE HOST. Ricky and Sarah also discuss "The Last Dance," the new Michael Jordan doc on ESPN, Mike Rapaport (where you at, Rapaport!), Kathleen Turner, and PEGGY SUE GOT MARRIED versus BACK TO THE FUTURE. It's a dope one, check it out and stay safe under lockdown! 

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3. Mad Money & Portrait of a Lady on Fire show art 3. Mad Money & Portrait of a Lady on Fire

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We're three weeks into watching ALL the movies! and Sarah Morisano discuss 2008's MAD MONEY, 2019's PORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE, their favorite heist films, at-home yoga, and zoom karaoke! This episode includes a special shout-out to friend of the pod, , co-host of !

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2. Summer of Sam, To Wong Foo & John Leguizamo show art 2. Summer of Sam, To Wong Foo & John Leguizamo

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Another week under quarantine, another week of film nerds watching movies. This week, and discuss two of John Leguizamo's most celebrated movies—TO WONG FOO, THANKS FOR EVERYTHING, JULIE NEWMAR (1995) and SUMMER OF SAM (1999)—along with other odds and ends. SCOUT, our canine co-host and four-legged friend of the pod, makes a special appearance on this one. Check it! 

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1. The Descent, Signs & A Quiet Place show art 1. The Descent, Signs & A Quiet Place

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Sarah and Ricky's first episode is a triple feature recommendation of movies to watch at home if trending titles like CONTAGION and OUTBREAK are a bit too real right now. They quaranscreened THE DESCENT, SIGNS and A QUIET PLACE, movies that deal with isolation and infrastructure failure in a more metaphoric, more artistic sort of way...  Next week, they'll be quaranscreening SUMMER OF SAM and TO WONG FOO THANKS FOR EVERYTHING JULIE NEWMAR, so you can quaranstream those at home before tuning in! 

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95. Valerie Tosi show art 95. Valerie Tosi

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Comedian talks about how having a crush alters her behavior, why her crushes usually think she doesn't like them, and the 90s actor that caught her eye as a kid growing up in New England. We also talk about Catherine O'Hara and Schitt's Creek because Valerie knows what's up! 

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94. Ricky Carmona's Favorite Movies of the 2010s! show art 94. Ricky Carmona's Favorite Movies of the 2010s!

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Friend of the pod kicks off a new season of CRUSHED and ranks his favorite movies of the last decade. 

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Another week under quarantine, another week of film nerds watching movies. This week, Ricky and Sarah discuss two of John Leguizamo's most celebrated movies—TO WONG FOO, THANKS FOR EVERYTHING, JULIE NEWMAR (1995) and SUMMER OF SAM (1999)—along with other odds and ends. SCOUT, our canine co-host and four-legged friend of the pod, makes a special appearance on this one. Check it!