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Kaveh J.'s Screening Room: 'A Quick Review of 'Licorice Pizza' and Three Streaming Services...'

Featuring a brief, spoiler-free review of Paul Thomas Anderson's Licorice Pizza before it expands nationwide on Christmas Day.

Season Two, Episode Twelve of Kaveh J.'s Screening Room is available to stream on podcast platforms right now, including but not limited to: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and Google Podcasts. Check out the episode summary below (click the title of the episode to get to the podcast's Anchor Page, where you can stream the episode directly or quick-click to your preferred podcast listening service).

A Quick Review of 'Licorice Pizza' and Three Streaming Services Worth Subscribing To – In the chaotic fall film season of 2021, the latest entrant has arrived: Paul Thomas Anderson's newest film 'Licorice Pizza!' Since the film is only playing in a few theaters at the moment, host Kaveh Jalinous first discusses his (spoilerish-free) thoughts on the film [with a more detailed discussion to follow in a later episode]. Then, he pivots to highlighting three underrated streaming services – MUBI, Shudder, and The Criterion Channel – and what makes them so great and worth the subscription price. This episode is the season finale of Season Two, so a special thanks to everyone who has listened and joined the screening room thus far! Host: Kaveh Jalinous.


Image Film Credit: Licorice Pizza (2021)

Image Credit: Pitchfork



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