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SOBER CINEMA: One Year Later - ALLIED and ALWAYS SHINE

In our very first episode we forge a podcast alliance based on deception and raw sexual tension as your hosts Josh, Jared, and Mike take a look back at films released on the same weekend one year ago: ALLIED and ALWAYS SHINE. In Robert Zemeckis' mainstream wide release we have movie stars Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard playing married spies who may still be on the job as they attempt to start a domesticated family life together. In Sophia Takal's limited release from Thanksgiving weekend of 2016 we see a previously close friendship of two actresses unravel as their professional paths diverge and also perhaps their personalities in this twisted take on cabin in the woods horror. Did the big budget throwback to Hollywood spectacle deserve its middling reviews? And does the little seen indie with a great performance from Mackenzie Davis deserving of more judging eyes? Find out in our inaugural episode of SOBER CINEMA.
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