Episode 39: Searching, Upgrade, Jack Ryan, Ozark, and More!

There’s a lot to cover in episode 39 of the Red 7 Movie Cast podcast. On this Labour Day long weekend, Hemant worked his way through season 2 of the Netflix Original series Ozark, season 1 of the Amazon Prime Original series Jack Ryan, and a few episodes of the first season of another Netflix Original series, The Innocents.

And for some reason he also watched the 1983 attack helicopter film Blue Thunder which he briefly gives his thoughts on.

It’s then time to dive into the sci-fi action film Upgrade which just recently hit Bluray and VOD, as well as Searching, the debut film by director Aneesh Chaganty that just opened in theaters this weekend.

00:41Introduction
1:18Ozark, Season 2
9:32Jack Ryan, Season 1
19:08The Innocents, Season 1
21:26Blue Thunder (1983)
25:35Upgrade (2018)
38:47Searching (2018)
50:56Preview of Episode 40
52:11Wrap-up

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Episode 32: A Quiet Place

Still wanting to publish an episode on schedule, Hemant recorded Episode 32 of the Red 7 Movie Cast podcast right before heading out on a family vacation to Jasper in the Canadian Rockies.

In this episode he talks about a recent Letterboxd announcement that they will be showing targeted ads for users who are on the Free membership. He then shares his thoughts on the news that Billy Dee Williams will by reprising his role as Lando Calrissian in Star Wars Episode 9, as well as Neil Blomkamp directing an upcoming Robocop sequel/reboot.

It’s then time for a spoiler free review of A Quiet Place, John Krasinski’s third film in the director’s chair.

00:41Introduction
1:06Ads on Letterboxd
6:06Billy Dee Williams Returns for Star Wars Episode 9
8:33Robocop Sequel/Reboot from Neil Blomkamp
13:11A Quiet Place (2018)
47:09Preview of Episode 33
48:29Wrap-up

* Letterboxd Introduces Targeted Ads Announcement

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