Our newest episode is a discussion on a listener request, the 1994 drama Nell.  Nell stars Jodie Foster in an Oscar nominated performance alongside the incomparable Liam Neesons. Unfortunately, this is pre Taken Liam Neeson so He doesn't kill anybody. In fact the movie is about caring and compassion, so he happens to be a really nice guy. Click play to hear our thoughts on the rest of the movie!

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This episode is a discussion of reviewer Aaron Cronican's choice, Mystic River.  This 2003 adaptation of Dennis Lehane's dramatic crime novel won 2 oscars and was nominated for 4 more. Directed by Clint Eastwood and starring a stellar cast including Sean Pean, Tim Robbins, and Kevin Bacon, there's no way this movie isn't amazing, right? Listen and find out!

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Reviewing Bright last week put Steve in a mood to watch some more Will Smith, so he chose I Am Legend for us to review. We all remember enjoying this one when it came out in 2007, but what do we think of it now? Click play to find out.

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It's fitting that this episode on Bright is released alongside our episode on Star Wars: The Last Jedi because Bright is essentially the opposite of The Last Jedi from a critical standpoint. Bright has a terriblly low 26% from critics on Rotten Tomatoes, but redeems itself with a soaring 86% from the audience. How does Bright fare with our reviewers? Listen to find out!

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It's Finally here. Our hotly awaited discussion on one of the biggest movies of 2017, Star Wars: The Last Jedi!!! The Last Jedi carries a 91% from critics on Rotten Tomatoes, however with an audience score of only 49%, this is clearly one of the most divisive movies of 2017, and of the Star Wars franchise's long history. How do we at Nothing But Reel Reviews & More feel about it? Listen and find out. 

P.S. MAJOR SPOILERS IN THIS EPISODE! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!

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Our latest episode is a discussion of the 2017 movie The Lost City of Z. The movie, which is based on a true story, is a character driven movie that explores the effects of obsession on a man and his family. Our reviewer Aaron Cronican enjoyed this one so much he included it on his top 5 list of 2017. Do the rest of us feel the same? Press play to find out! 

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You've heard our host, Michael Lucas, rave about this creative, one of a kind movie in many of our episodes since he saw it at the 2017 Omaha Film Festival, now you can find out what the rest of us think. We hope you enjoy!

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Our newest episode is here! This episode is Steve's choice, Fargo, and it is perfect for today, the first day of winter.  So grab a cup of hot cocoa and enjoy our review of this wintery 1996 crime thriller directed by The Coen Brothers.

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Hello Friends. Listen to our newest episode to hear us try to avoid talking about Charlie Countryman by having a spoiler free conversation about Star Wars: The Last Jedi.  Don't worry, we do eventually get to our review of Charlie Countryman so you can hear whether you should check that on out or not. 

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Our latest episode is a discussion of An American Werewolf in London, a 1981 film directed by John Landis (Animal House, Blue Brothers). This film is billed as a comedy/horror which causes quite a debate between our reviewers. Listen in and let us know how you feel about An American Werewolf in London.

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