The M&M Report: Fall Movie Preview

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Devin and I talked about some of the upcoming movies we’re most excited to see, including new projects from Steven Spielberg, Ridley Scott, Paul Thomas Anderson and Greta Gerwig.

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The M&M Report Predicts the 2017 Emmys

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Here are predictions for this year’s Emmy awards from me and my podcast partner Devin Mitchell. They are official and binding, and we arrived at them separately. If you bet on our picks and come up short, you may sue us for all we are worth.

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The M&M Report: “Baby Driver” and “Dunkirk”

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Mark and Devin contemplate two works of auteur cinema from British directors: Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver (0:00-17:55) and Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk (17:55-End). They also apologize for not podcasting about The Big Sick, which they both really liked. Sorry, The Big Sick.

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Television is Much Better than the 2017 Emmy Nominations Would Have You Believe

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For the Emmy nominations to “get it right” in 2017 — when there has never been more television shows or places to find them — they must reflect the landscape’s diverse options by rewarding shows that expand the boundaries of the medium or innovate within it.

With so much to choose from, it’s never been harder for the Emmy nominations to get it completely right. But it’s still not that hard for them to get it wrong. Case in point: Yesterday!

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The M&M Report: “Master of None” and “The Americans”

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Devin and I discuss our conflicted reactions to Master of None season two (0:00-26:45). Then we spar (as only we can) over The Americans season five (26:45-end).

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The M&M Report: “Win It All” and the State of the Movie Industry

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Win It All is the latest gripping drama from writer-director Joe Swanberg and writer-star Jake Johnson; you can stream it on Netflix now. It’s good.

Meanwhile, what does the recent explosion of content coming from streaming services mean for more traditional creators and distributors of pop culture? We don’t have all the answers, but we make a few guesses.

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