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RAR is a movie review and entertainment news podcast that is not afraid of spreading spoilers or rumors. We review new films as well as yesterdays soundtracks that still resonate with us. Tune in for what’s hot and what’s not on the silver screen.
Repost of December 14’s Episode of RAR.
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This week are reposting our talk of Inside Llewyn Davis. Check it out!
We decided to check out the new film from the notorious cult filmmakers the Coen Brothers, Inside Llewyn Davis. This film takes us into the world of the 1960’s folk music scene in Greenwich Village, as well as the vocal stylings that birthed a generation of musicians. This film while looking and sounding amazing, left us with some mixed feelings. Tune in for what we think of this fresh flick.
Inside Llewyn Davis
Please Mr. Kennedy
I’m Not There Revisited
Also, in this episode we featured a talk on which films and actors we thought would take home Golden Globes. The Winners are in! Check out the link below for highlights and the results.
Golden Globes Results!
And just because we’re out this week, doesn’t mean the movie news has stopped! Check out below for more cool links to articles and fun trailers. Enjoy!
Top Entertainment News
Check out Some Great New Trailers!
Edge of Tomorrow
Netflix Original Series House of Cards
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