By Matt Neglia
With only three 2013 retrospective podcast reviews remaining, we now come to Alexander Payne’s Best Picture nominee, “Nebraska.” A lovely, easy-going, straightforward film that resonated with many upon its release, the film went on to earn six Academy Award nominations. How does it hold up today? What did we think of the story, the pacing, black and white cinematography, performances, and more? Tune in below to find out and enjoy! Joining me for this review, I have Dan Bayer, Tom O’Brien & Will Mavity. You can also check out our previous 2013 retrospective reviews of “Captain Phillips,” “Philomena,” “The Wolf Of Wall Street,” “The Great Gatsby,” “Her,” “Inside Llewyn Davis,” “Dallas Buyers Club,” “Frozen” & “Gravity” if you have not done so already.
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