We’ve touched down in Park City, Utah, for the Sundance Film Festival and we’re ready to watch some movies. Sean and Amanda break down what it means to be a Sundance movie, the evolving state of the festival, and a few of the films they’ve already seen, including a Taylor Swift documentary and a hair-centric horror movie from the director of Dear White People (1:00). Then they share their lists of the movies they’re most excited to see, from documentaries with grave international consequences to a drama based on a “stripper saga” Twitter thread (19:12). Finally, Sean is joined by Randy Newman to discuss his Oscar-nominated work in Marriage Story and Toy Story 4, his showdown at the Academy Awards with his cousin Thomas Newman, and his long career as a songwriter, composer, and bastion of wit and wisdom (41:55).
The 15 Most Anticipated Movies at Sundance. Plus: Randy Newman!
Sean and Amanda break down what it means to be a Sundance movie, the evolving state of the festival, and a few of the films they’ve already seen
Chris and Andy discuss what Sundance’s decision to go virtual means for the film industry
Bryan and David discuss Aaron Rodgers, Tony Romo, and coverage of the NFL playoffs
Fourteen-time world champion Randy Orton discusses growing up in the business, being in the locker room with his dad, and how he has been able to maintain longevity
Troy Aikman on an All-Time NFL Weekend, the Future of Mahomes vs. Allen, Aaron Rodgers, and Why Toughness Matters
Three-time Super Bowl champion Troy Aikman of Fox Sports joins Ryen to discuss the Chiefs’ overtime win vs. the Bills, how much the QB position has evolved since the 1990s, and whether or not Aaron Rodgers’s future includes the Packers
Plus, Mike and Jesse follow up on the story from last week regarding scams in the hobby and talk about this week’s new releases