In this week’s episode, Ryan and Andrew catch-up on a variety of movies that have taken streaming by storm this Summer, including Palm Springs, Relic, The Rental, First Cow & The Old Guard. They also make their picks for their favorite Original Song from a movie.
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, 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, 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.
In this week’s episode, Elizabeth Moss battles The Invisible Man while the Austrian filmmaking duo of Severin Fiala & Veronika Franz continue to self-destruct in The Lodge. Ryan and Andrew also share their thoughts on the No Time to Die delay and the impact of the Coronavirus on the film industry as a whole.
In this week’s episode, Harrison Ford befriends a CGI dog in The Call of the Wild while Nicolas Cage flashes back to his early career in the trippy Color Out of Space.
In this week’s episode, Elijah Wood attempts to reconcile with his father in the bonkers Come to Daddy, Alfonso Cuaron reflects on his own creative process in Road to Roma while we reflect on Cuaron’s entire filmography.
In this week’s episode, Ryan and Andrew share their picks for their favorite films of the decade.
In this week’s episode, Pennywise terrorizes Derry, Maine all over again in It Chapter Two, Shia LaBeouf continues his renaissance with The Peanut Butter Falcon & Ready or Not keeps the horror-comedy sub-genre alive just enough. Ryan and Andrew also provide their thoughts on the currently on-going Fall Festival season which will shortly give away to full-on Awards Season.
In this week’s episode, Avengers: Endgame conquers all while Ryan and Andrew search for the deeper meaning of everything with Andrew Garfield in Under the Silver Lake.