Family vacations and holiday plans won't keep us from unearthing another episode from the archives with our Top 5 Thanksgiving movies.
Wreck-It Ralph, Disney's lovable villain of an '80s arcade game, goes extremely online in Ralph Breaks the Internet, and to celebrate, we're plugging in with our favorite examples of the relationship between humans, computers, and that amazing, awful thing called the internet. From '90s hackers to '00s social media pioneers, we're going to be counting down all of our favorite examples of people who really probably ought to, like, read a book sometime.
Fantastic Beasts: The Grimes of Grindelwald takes us back to the Harry Potter universe, which love it or hate it, surely we must all agree it's one of the most comprehensively designed movie universes that has ever existed. And in celebration of the amazing feat of production design that this franchise has represented, we're taking a look at our very favorite movie universes: the places so beautiful, so comfortable, so fantastic, so homey, so all-around gosh-darned appealing that, if given the opportunity, we'd happily jump right through the screen and live with the characters.
Thanks to Patreon subscriber Paul Royar, we have a very special Election Week present for you: our picks for the very best political movies ever made! Of course, "political" can mean a lot of things: films about the machinations of doing politics, or about the lives of politicians, or about important political questions of the day. Find out how each of us tackled the tricky business of answering the question, "what is a political movie".
In Worth Mentioning we cover Beautiful Boy, The Other Side of the Wind and The French Connection thanks to Patreon subscriber Julian DeBerry!