In this week’s episode, Steve Coogan & Rob Brydon bring their travelogue adventures to a close in The Trip to Greece, Jean Dujardin falls in love with a jacket in Deerskin, and Welcome to Chechnya explores LGBTQ+ activism in a dangerous place. Ryan and Andrew also answer the question of what film they would wipe from existence.
In this week’s episode, Judd Apatow takes inspiration from Pete Davidson’s life in The King of Staten Island while Elizabeth Moss confirms she’s a genre unto herself in Shirley.
In this week’s episode, Spike Lee tackles the Vietnam War through a modern lens in Da 5 Bloods while The Vast of Night explores a strange audio frequency in 1950s New Mexico.
In this week’s episode, Ryan and Andrew discuss the year in film that was 2007, one of the best years in the history of cinema. They then will once again undertake the task of handing out The Revisionist History Oscars.
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In this week’s episode, Tom Hardy enters the mental hellscape of Capone while a driving school instructor uses her paranormal abilities to fight off the satanic summoning of Will Forte in Extra Ordinary.
In this week’s episode, Beanie Feldstein acts with an infectious energy in How to Build a Girl, Haley Bennett battles a new compulsion in Swallow, and celebrities recount their psychedelic experiences in Have a Good Trip.
In this week’s episode, Ryan and Andrew discuss the year in film that was 2005. They take a look at their favorite films of the year and of course, one of the worst Best Picture winners ever. They then once again undertake the task of handing out the Revisionist History Oscars.
In this week’s episode, Hugh Jackman delivers the performance of his career in Bad Education while Ryan and Andrew share the other stuff they’ve been watching in isolation. They also discuss some new changes the Academy is implementing.
In this week’s episode, Ryan and Andrew discuss the year in film that was 1999. They take a look at their favorite films of the year as well as the films that perhaps haven’t aged as well. They are then put to the task by undertaking a new game making its official TDOC podcast debut, The Revisionist History Oscars, where they share who they thought was truly worthy of hoisting an Academy Award in the aforementioned year across a variety of categories.
In this week’s episode, Eliza Hittman delivers a masterwork in Never Rarely Sometimes Always while Pete Davidson commits to his bad influence persona in Big Time Adolescence. Ryan and Andrew also share their thoughts on what else they’ve been watching during self-isolation, including The Talented Mr. Ripley, Jerry Maguire, No Holds Barred, Dr. No and a pair of films from Wong Kar-Wai. They also pay tribute to the late great Adam Schlesinger.