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Episode 5: The Best Movies of the Year

On Episode 5, Ross and Kyle weigh their picks for the best movies of the year against the Oscar nominees, then talk about that time Paul Newman made a movie about fake news called Absence of Malice, because he was angry with the New York Post for reporting he was only 5′ 8″.
Pictured: Saoirse Ronan in Lady Bird. (Photo: A24 Films) 
 
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