In the latest episode, Kohn and Thompson debate the merits of David Fincher’s “Gone Girl,” which opened the New York Film Festival and hits theaters this weekend. They also dig into the developing Oscar race, including the news surrounding two producer credits on “Boyhood,” along with foreign language and documentary contenders. Turning to other new releases, Kohn singles out Mathieu Amalric’s erotic noir “The Blue Room” as one highlight, while Thompson continues to praise “Tracks” — and bemoan its neglect. The duo close by touching on two big stories involving Netflix: The company’s production of a sequel to “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” and a curious 4-picture deal with Adam Sandler.
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