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AreYouScreening.com and BFCA critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, let you know if the latest releases are worth your time. Each episode features at least one theatrical release, and the biggest industry news of the week, listener questions, interview clips, and much more.

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Can Suicide Squad save the summer? Another film that people have been looking forward to, and now another comic-book film, Suicide Squad has a chance to wash the bad taste out of the mouths of movie fans, but can the... more

The end of summer is fast approaching, and we've been disappointed in most of the tentpole films this year. Will Jason Bourne be any different? We have high hopes, but the summer has beat us down. We may be fans of the franchise, but... more

It's been a crazy couple of weeks in the movie world, and things are getting weirder all the time as the end of summer approaches. This week, we'll be looking at Ghostbusters and Star Trek Beyond, two films that had a lot of controversy... more

It's an interesting spot in the summer, with movies hitting that don't have a surefire audience, and/or have had to deal with a lot of active negativity. Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates is one that didn't seem to build a lot of momentum coming... more

Summer is heating up, but the films we're getting right now don't exactly feel like summer. Independence Day: Resurgence may have the big-budget, action angle covered, but even that one doesn't have the kind of pull you expect. "Big, kid... more

We're giving you the rundown on two films this week, and it's been a strange ride at theaters for both of them. Warcraft is doing solid business, especially internationally, but is getting shredded by critics. Popstar: Never Stop Never... more

We're going to see how the superheroes continue to shake out this year with a review of X-Men: Apocalypse. It's the year's first superhero film that doesn't focus on people being pissed about collateral damage, and it's a big swing for the... more

Shane Black takes a chance on updating a genre with The Nice Guys, and managed to get Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling on board, but is it a film that works well enough that we might actually expand similar offerings soon? We'll... more

We're reviewing Keanu this week as the pre-summer release schedule turns a little cold in the wake of Captain America. We'll also give you a "sort of" review of Money Monster, and give you a preview of what's coming up. As a special bonus... more

It's finally here, and we're reviewing Captain America: Civil War. Few movies have been more anticipated recently, and there has been a lot of speculation about the introduction of new characters, and just how well the "Avengers"/Captain... more