Cinemaholics #51: The Cloverfield Paradox Review


This week, the Cinemaholics review The Cloverfield Paradox, the latest entry in the ongoing Cloverfield franchise. These anthology movies have tackled found footage monsters, cat-and-mouse bunker thrillers and something resembling a thread of connections, but is this latest mystery box a paradox unto its own series? Tune in to find out!

Later in the show, the Cinemaholics discuss a whole slew of Mini Reviews, including Peter Rabbit, the James Corden-voiced adaptation of the classic children’s story also starring Rose Byrne and Domhnall Gleeson. They also talk about The 15:17 to Paris, directed by Clint Eastwood and based on a true story starring the real people who were part of the incident: Spencer Stone, Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Mark Moogalian.

Additional Mini Reviews include Altered Carbon, a new sci-fi series on Netflix starring Joel Kinnaman; Permission, a romantic drama starring Rebecca Hall and Dan Stevens; Entanglement, a quirky drama starring Thomas Middleditch and Jess Weixler; When We First Met, a new romantic comedy on Netflix starring Adam DeVine and Alexandra Daddario; and Standup for Drummers, a new Netflix comedy special starring Fred Armisen.

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