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'What to watch' with the Just to be Nominated podcast: No Sudden Move, Fear Street, Zola, The Forever Purge... and more!
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'What to watch' with the Just to be Nominated podcast: No Sudden Move, Fear Street, Zola, The Forever Purge... and more!

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This is a pretty big weekend for new streaming content, including No Sudden Move, a new heist movie from Steven Soderbergh on HBO Max, the first of a new horror trilogy, Fear Street Part 1: 1994, and the gleefully profane alternate animated history, America: The Motion Picture on Netflix. In theaters you've got Zola, a flashy new indie flick from A24 based on a viral twitter thread and The Forever Purge, the fifth and supposedly final film in that franchise.

Speaking of unorthodox source material, we round up a few good films that also got their start from non-traditional places.

And, finally: The latest movie news!

You can find links to all the movies they talk about in the show notes right here.

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Just to be Nominated is hosted and produced by Chris Lay, the podcast operations manager for Lee, along with Bruce Miller, the editor of the Sioux City Journal, and Jared McNett, a reporter for the Globe Gazette in Mason City, Iowa.

A podcast about movies and entertainment, hosted by Bruce Miller, editor of the Sioux City JournalJared McNett, a reporter at the Globe-Gazette in Mason City, Iowa, and Chris Lay, the Podcast Operations Manager for Lee Enterprises.


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