Awards season is nearly upon us, and Netflix has landed on a rollout strategy for its big movies, among them the Eddie Murphy vehicle Dolemite Is My Name, Noah Baumbach’s Marriage Story, and Martin Scorsese’s hugely anticipated (and also quite long) The Irishman (0:45). Then, with the esteemed Venice, Telluride, and the Toronto film festivals approaching, Sean and Amanda share the movies they’re most looking forward to and what their festival showings will mean for the coming Oscar race (33:53).
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