In this week’s episode, Tom Cruise is the world’s wingman in Top Gun: Maverick, while the Duffer brothers are running up that hill with Stranger Things 4: Volume 1. Andrew also shares his thoughts on Alex Garland’s Men and Jerrod Carmichael’s On the Count of Three.
In this week’s episode, the Summer movie season kicks off with an unhinged Andrew Garfield in Mainstream, while director Quoc Bao Tran gives the martial arts epic its modern dudes rock update with The Paper Tigers.
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, Tom Cruise puts his life on the line for his audience once again in Mission: Impossible – Fallout. Andrew and Ryan also share their thoughts on the Academy’s recent changes to the Oscars in addition to some thoughts on an array of independent features including Blindspotting & Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot.
In this week’s episode, Tom Cruise becomes a drug runner for Doug Liman’s American Made while Emma Stone and Steve Carell go head-to-head in the Battle of the Sexes. Andrew and Ryan also share their thoughts on Jared Leto taking on the role of Hugh Hefner for Brett Ratner.
In the fifth edition of The Death of Cinema podcast, Tom Cruise depresses the masses by starring in Alex Kurtzman’s The Mummy and Joel Edgerton tries the survive the post-apocalypse in It Comes At Night.