Film Junk Podcast Episode #771: Borat Subsequent Moviefilm + The Trial of the Chicago 7


0:00 – Intro: Sony PS5 4K Movie Essentials Covers
19:40 – Review: Borat Subsequent Moviefilm
50:00 – Review: The Trial of the Chicago 7
1:27:10 – Other Stuff We Watched: A Few Good Men, An Evening with Tim Heidecker, Tenet, When a Stranger Calls (1979), Love Fraud, The Vow, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, The Other, Crimson Peak, Save Yourselves!, Blackpink: Light Up the Sky
2:31:00 – This Week on DVD, Blu-ray and VOD
2:36:45 – Outro

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  • Sam

    Noirvember guys! Frank would love it

  • Sean

    Totally forgot this was a thing. Either way, a noir premium needs to happen one of these days!

  • Sam

    Definitely would look forward to it. I watch a ton personally every November. After the list I’ve made to check out for this November, I might be getting close to scraping the bottom of the barrel as you’d like to say.

    If interested for any random classic noir recommendations Sean, check out my Letterboxd list I update periodically:

  • Nobody

    I think you guys should’ve grilled Zak a little more about his 3-star rating for the Blackpink documentary. If he’s not a fan of them and didn’t think it worked as a music documentary, what compelled him to give it the same rating as Trial of the Chicago 7 and only a half star less than A Few Good Men and Borat 2? Blackpink definitely have some bangers, though…
    For a possible upcoming review, the re-released Memories of Murder would be an interesting movie to discuss.

  • Corey Pierce

    My Rudy Giuliani take: He was adjusting an uncomfortable erection

  • With Jay away in November and him not really being into anime films (since they are “for children”) would you and Frank consider doing an anime/animation premium this month with Dax substituting? You could throw some Ghiblis in there, since they’re all on Netflix. Like Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke, Ponyo, maybe include Akira also and Rango to spice things up for ol’ Frankie or one of Tomm Moore’s films (Song of the Sea, The Secret of Kells).